Jodan

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Jodan last won the day on June 15 2014

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About Jodan

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  • Birthday 01/16/1985

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    Hyper wetting
    Watersports

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  1. I've never met anyone who was into it before I met them... but I've had one ex who was willing to indulge me in it. More recently, I have been lucky enough meet a girl who was very open to it right off the bat, and after trying it, became very into wetting herself both in front of me and at home when I'm not around. I guess the wetting kink, in some cases, is contagious. She claims she's shocked that I hadn't met more girls who were into it and insists that I just needed to hang out with freakier girls. I think mostly, a lot of us with this fetish are understandably shy about it. As a result, we miss a lot of chances to connect with others who are into it. As one currently enjoying the results of speaking up, I'll tell you it's worth it. So far, no girl I've ever told has been disgusted or put off it. To be fair, it's not like I've told a LOT of girls, but I've found people are more understanding than one might expect. Life is short and relationships are better if everything is out in the open.
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    Snipe Hunt Wetting Accident

    Somewhat irrelevant side note; not only do snipes exist, you can get tags to hunt them in my state.
  3. I can at least to some extent agree with the above statement. When the guy in the video started freaking out, my first thought was, "oh, grow a pair."
  4. Agreed. On all comments.
  5. That's a very good angle to look at it from. I've had that thought as well, another reason I've never done it. If there's anything I'd like to avoid, it's being creepy. Not sure why the idea pops up every so often. I'm sure a shrink could explain. Also, to be clear, I'd never, EVER be able to do something like that in front of a family member. Nor would I want to. It would be.... yuck. Thanks for the insight.
  6. I'm not sure if I'd ever act on it, but I've always had kind of liked the idea of planning an "accident" in front of somebody. In my case, preferably in front of a girl. Like, deliberately drink way too much fluids before going out with her where I know there won't be easy access to a restroom, trying to hold it and play it cool at first but eventually let on that I really need to go. Then when the time is as close to right as is gets, "lose control" and pee my pants in front of her. I think some of the thrill comes in wondering what the reaction will be. Anyway, I was wondering if anybody here has ever done anything like this. Be it in front of a friend, spouse, family member, strangers, whatever. If so, do you regret doing it? What reaction did you get from the person who saw you wet yourself? It seems like a high risk of awkwardness later on, which is why I haven't done it. But the idea does keep returning to me... So I thought I'd ask the collective here and hopefully gain some insight. Thanks in advance if anyone replies.
  7. Sad to say, but I'm actually pretty sure the dancing girl "accidentally" peeing on the guy is actually a Vegas gag. Faked and done multiple times throughout the day with various volunteers who are (supposedly) in on it. Which would explain the two videos. I could, of course, be wrong though.
  8. I'm glad to see that a bunch of people beat me to commenting on what a douche bag the guy with the camera is. I've still never seen the whole video. Turned it off when he started talking.
  9. Herpaderp...

  10. As far as "Friendzone" word usage; Did I say, anywhere at all, that I was stuck in anyone's "friendzone?" Absolutely not. I referred to it in answering a direct question to a specific person who has a specific habit in who she chooses to date. I referenced a commonly used pop culture term, like "cougar," or "shart." Stupidly, I blew off the steam from said interaction here. And suddenly it's insinuated that, among other things, I'm not a nice person and I assume I'm entitled to sex. Anyone who actually knew me would literally laugh at that. Lesson learned, nevertheless. I just won't say anything anymore. I've received too many berating responses to keep track and certainly too many to bother responding to individually. There's a drastic difference between cynical and bitter. Regardless, your resounding message is received. No further opinions from me on anything ever. Over and out.
  11. With all due respect, congrats on being ultra tough badasses. Most of the rest of us are in fact biological entities with two primary goals in existence that all other secondary goals can be boiled down to; consume and reproduce. Since reproduction requires both sexes, most of us desire the other sex to desire us. Obviously, this isn't the case if you're gay, but that's a completely different discussion. Bare in mind I'm not talking about freaking out over what girls think all the time and crying yourself to sleep at night because "she didn't call." I'm simply saying that on a primal, even subconscious level, men are generally hardwired to seek a woman's affection and approval. I don't think that's such a far fetched idea, especially if you believe in evolution, which I obviously do.
  12. I'm not mad, just overly opinionated. Just irritation at particular women around me who credit all men for the actions of their asshole ex's, then proceed to date more assholes expecting a different outcome, THEN expect everyone to (A) feel sorry for them again, and (B) join them in disparaging all the men around them who did nothing to deserve it. I pointed this out (believe it or not, in a way that didn't directly offend, obviously less bluntly than here) and was asked where all the good men are. I replied, "in your friend zones, most likely." The comments here are more on an overall basis, I guess. You can't have a dating culture that favors brutes and expect it to breed gentlemen. It's along the same lines of having a culture that tells girls they have to be supermodels to be worthy of anything, and expecting it to breed anything but depression and inferiority complexes among women. Its just not realistic.
  13. Short and blunt. Attention ladies: Us men really, really, really value what you think of us. Female acceptance is paramount to most men, whether they realize it or not. For that reason, as long as you seem to heavily favor guys who are assholes in your choice of dating, the slimmer your own chance gets of ever finding a man who isn't an asshole. We WILL mimic what we see you repeatedly choosing. Want better men? Choose better men. Disclaimer; I obviously realize not every woman does this. It is an undeniable trend nonetheless. And no, I'm entirely single or just going through a breakup. This is observation more so than bitterness. lol Alright. I feel better now. Sorry everyone! Have a nice day now.