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  1. Definitely, one of my biggest personal interests, along with a few others. For me, perhaps nature is more interesting as a location, but I understand that the toilet has its advantages, for example in terms of sound volume :)
  2. I've sometimes thought about something like this too, but I guess it's often a bit of a situation where supply and demand don't match, so to speak.
  3. I have the same thing. Situations (video, photo, live) where someone pees in any place is of course nice, but I like most when it happens outside, in the summer, and ideally in the privacy of of trees or bushes, not in the middle of the street. I think it's because there's something "romantic" about it. I don't mean a candlelit dinner, but that it's somehow "softer" or more "sensual". The birds singing, the sun shining, the wind blowing softly, etc. Compared to cold artificial lighting and cold hard tiled walls.
  4. I have a very similar situation. One of the absolute highlights is when my wife is desperate. But this rarely happens. It's not really a negative thing because you can appreciate something that happens less often more than something that happens more often. I have an almost instinctive habit of listening to the second hand of the clock in certain situations 🙂 And I also like to hear if she mentions something similar.
  5. I do play some Minecraft, but my account was created with a nickname that's easily associated with my real name, so I don't think I'd join with this account. What would be the difference between that and a regular game?
  6. To be honest, I don't know, but at least I hope they don't. I remember at least once when I was younger, when I was still living with my mother, writing a short (related) story in a particular notebook I had. Now I moved out on my own a long time ago and have no idea where that notebook is. Did I throw it in the trash sometime in the past or did I leave it in my childhood home when I moved away, and has anyone found it and read it? I have no idea. At least I don't have it myself anymore.
  7. I also like (desperation) stories where everything is normal at the beginning, then at some point there starts to be a slightly worrying warning but the situation is still under control, then slowly things start to get more and more worse. I also like a story to be such that it would work on its own without the omorashi scenes, whether it's just about people's everyday lives or an exciting adventure in an unknown place, and the omorashi is then sort of an added spice to it and blends in with the rest of the story. I rarely like stories where the omorashi is the main element all the time and it's forced into every sentence and paragraph.
  8. These different types can also occur in the same person in different situations.
  9. This forum's Download section has RPG-style games. There's at least one game named "MojiQue English Translation" in which you adventure with a few characters. If I remember correctly, the characters have attributes like thirst and the need to urinate. In this game, you can buy drinks from a merchant that accelerate these functions, for the main characters. The game also features various drinks such as water, juice, or tea, and these drinks works as diuretics and the intensity of the effect depends on the drink. If I recall correctly, the game also has a specifically designed drink for this purpose that significantly accelerates the process. The biggest issue seems to be that the game requires some tweaking and experimenting with different settings to get it to work on modern computers, but I've managed to get it working on a Windows 10 machine.
  10. I don't remember anymore, it happened several years ago. Edit: But if I remember correctly, it wasn't a company selling web addresses that was trying to scam, but rather a free website that offered to help come up with a suitable web address or provided various variations of that web address using different writing formats, and it also informed which versions of the address are still available, if I recall correctly.
  11. Indeed, that has happened to me. Once, I was registering a web page whose domain was unique enough that hardly anyone else would happen to register the same name. I checked by typing the address in the browser's address bar to make sure it was available. But I wasn't sure which top-level domain would be the best so I used a service that suggested several different available top-level domains. And then when I was finally ready to register the address, surprisingly it was already taken and a simple web page had appeared on the address stating that the said address is for sale, with instructions on how to buy the web address at a higher price. I found out from the whois information that the address had been paid for a year and since I wasn’t in a hurry to get the web address at that time, I decided to wait for a year. And a year later, the address was available again and I registered it for myself at the normal price.
  12. Regarding the title, I am absolutely fascinated by this topic. But I don't really have the same kind of conflict as you do, if I understood your statement correctly. Or maybe it's somewhat related. I don't categorize people based on "coolness", so there's no coolness to lose. It's a bit embarrassing to write, but I might have a somewhat similar "issue." If I were in a situation with someone who has been holding for a long time, my "issue" might be that on one hand, I'd want the situation to continue as long as possible, and it's a bit disappointing when it ends. But on the other hand, I would hope for the opportunity to at least hear when they finally release a (long and powerful) stream. So, in a way, I wish the situation would go on "forever," but at the same time, I hope it comes to a conclusion while I'm in their company. This probably applies more to occasional interactions with people than those with whom I have constant contact over longer periods.
  13. I understand what you mean. I might not be as interested if I know there's a completely clear reason for someone's behavior, but it becomes particularly intriguing if I can imagine there's even a small possibility that their desperation is actually genuine. Here's a video clip, unfortunately in Finnish, apologies for that. In the said clip, there's a story about a man and a woman performing a live radio drama on the radio. There's a third man involved whose job is to produce real-time sound effects for the performance, but he arrives late and drunk, ruining the whole thing. (In the beginning of the video they prepare for the show and the show starts at 3:10) This woman, the character, is supposed to be nervous because it's a live broadcast, and that's why she behaves the way she does. However, while watching this video, I can easily imagine what this actress, as a real person, would look like if she needed to pee. Moreover, her "nervousness" looks so much like she needs to pee that it occurred to me she might actually have to go during the filming of this scene and is trying to cover it up by improvising her character as being nervous. Additionally, this same actress plays another character in a different series. If I recall correctly, in one episode of that series, this character goes into the forest to pick berries with a few friends. In this episode, there's a scene where they are in the woods, having gone there by car, and at the end, this character stands by the car with crossed legs, smoking a cigarette, and waiting for the others to return from the forest to the car. The character never mentions any reason for standing with crossed legs; she doesn't mention needing to pee or anything like that. However, since this scene might have been filmed in a somewhat remote location (the forest), I've always wondered if it's possible that the actress, as a real person, needed to pee while filming this scene. Of course, the reason might simply be that she's standing with crossed legs because it's a common posture for many women. I don't have the clip of this scene at the moment, but I can probably get it if needed. (Edit: I watched the clip and I remembered wrongly. She didn't actually stand with her legs crossed, but shifted her weight from one leg to the other and lifted her legs up alternately. In addition, she, the role character, mentioned that there are mosquitoes in the forest that have bitten her legs, so this can explain either the role character or the real actor's behavior)
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