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trekkie

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  1. Can I trade my stupid headaches for more nights ending in wet sheets? Think the universe lets you bargain like that? 

    1. DesperateJill

      I find that every time you try to negotiate and make a deal to bargain with the universe the universe will always find some way to screw you, so it's always a Faustian bargain, a deal with the devil. Like I was on a good healthy streak with my stomach but then I have 1 million problems with my teeth and my gums. So it's always something. Feel better.

  2. I love your coworker breaking the ice and normalizing a need that's so, well, normal.
  3. Lol! It's especially funny because thinking about us here... yes, that's exactly what many of us would do if that happened.
  4. I don't use anything like diapers, but when I do wake up wet and there's any more in me, of course I let it all out there, and enjoy the both the warmth and the thought of having helplessly done the same thing without even knowing it not too long ago... @dandeliontea Sounds like your body is already primed to do it. If you do that regularly, you'll probably start to sleep right through your 6 AM potty break and wake up wet. Around here, of course, I don't know whether to call that a good or bad thing.
  5. PLEASE make stories of some of those dreams, they sound amazing (though scary sometimes.) Also, how often do you wake up wet, and do you like it? Sorry if I've asked before.
  6. DEFINITELY interested in you setting a camera up to film yourself wetting yourself while asleep!
  7. Th-those aren't *my* soggy sheets, I-I don't know how they got there! ...yeah, the same with the soggy jammies.

    1. sleeping_cat01

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      *our* soggy sheets

      😅 haha yeah how did that happen 😳

  8. Sounds like your body remembers your old bed and exactly what to do when you are asleep on it! It’s great that your mom is and always was so cool and understanding about it! And yeah, I always check too. As if there are any other good reasons to feel like there’s a lake under you, lol.
  9. I always assumed that when I grew up I was going to be married and have kids just because that's what you do. But, when I think about it, that pretty much was the only reason. Heh. @potte Congratulations! So... how did you find your person? The OP would probably love to hear that! @DesperateJill @LifeIsStrange I don't really think we have an overpopulation crisis just yet - when I think of how much food is wasted, it's really sad to me; we have more than enough resources to go around, it's just that there's not much profit to be made in getting it to those who need it. As for the idea of having kids, I can totally identify with not being able to take care of myself well enough that I should be taking care of a child. The search for services is very difficult and slow if you're doing it alone and didn't get a start in childhood, it seems. I also worry that I'd let my kids get away with murder because while the home I grew up in was the perfect example in every way of what not to do, I don't know what to actually do. Not that anyone ever had a manual...
  10. Held until it *sorta* hurts but doesn’t *super* hurt. About to head home, about 10-15 mins away. There’s a gas station across the street from the place I’m leaving now… what’s your recommendation? 😉

    1. DesperateJill

      I think  you can hold it 10-15 minutes.

  11. I find that overlapping them as you suggested does pretty well but isn’t foolproof. There are unobtrusive mattress covers that I always have one of on the bed. Doesn’t solve the laundry issue (not a problem for me because I like to see just how much I flooded my sheets in my sleep.) but it does protect your mattress and just wipes clean. Good backup for those pads and goodnites of yours.
  12. Really sad when people are getting yelled at for a medical problem they didn’t exactly choose.
  13. @MissTexi Do you miss it? I always find the mixed feelings we sometimes have about this sort of thing very interesting.
  14. Fate is telling you to go get a cool new bike! Vroooooooom!
  15. Cue my usual "maaaaaan I wish I could read all of your stuff." Someday, this might be you. And I can't wait until we're doing it. I wonder if you'd weigh on a 'is that writer into this' topic when that happens. Would you say 'she' is probably into it or not? It's hard to know which'd be best to keep your cover. Needless to say, I fully plan on being the same when I'm famous. Also, this side of knowing you, I don't think I'll be able to not have at least a few scenes where female characters are forced to wait. No reason our heroine can't be waiting in line when things start to happen... As for Stephen King... highly probable, but then, pissing yourself is a perfectly normal reaction to finding yourself up against the things in Steven King's books.
  16. Arrrrrgh. I should have known someone would have done an idea like that before, but I did have a similar idea (two characters get to the one toilet at the same time. Cue arguing over it until a third dashes past them. Slam! Lock! Uh-oh...)
  17. Accidentally: sleeping last night. Deliberately: waking up this morning to realize I was in a lake but still had to go.
  18. Go ahead and try that toilet in your dream. What, are ya chicken? 🐔 

    1. DesperateJill

      What is really frustrating is dreams where you go to use the toilet and you get no relief!

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