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  1. I have almost the opposite situation. When I've *really* got to go (like a proper code red bladder situation), I can't help farting, they'll just force their way out (often not exactly quietly LOL). I figure the increase in size in my bladder combined with the urge to bear down and push is taking up all the space and forcing any gas out of me. It's actually something I use as a cue to let me know that I'm really close to losing control...
  2. One of my favourite games lately is to tank up on water or soda, put a maximum overnight Poise pad into my undies (they actually work better than male guards if you position them carefully), then wait until I'm absolutely 9.9/10 bursting and set myself a task that will take at least 10 to 15 minutes to complete. The toilet is out of bounds until it's done. Aside from the pad, no other protection is allowed. It's health insurance open enrolment time in the USA at the moment so tonight's task was to navigate the bureaucratic nightmare that is adding somebody to my coverage for next year with a super full bladder... It took way longer than I expected and... Oops... I was spurting all the way to the bathroom and I didn't quite get my jeans down in time to save them. I didn't get my undies down at all (not pictured: an utterly destroyed poise pad and tighty whities which are nowhere near grey enough to qualify for this thread )
  3. And how do I volunteer to be part of that process?! LOL I'm sure that at some point in the testing process, they've just got to sit down at the Astronaut Social Club evening and say "look, we've been testing these with manikins, simulated urine and feces for months now. But frankly, we need to know for sure. Which of you want to come in on Saturday for some overtime to pee and poop yourselves on camera for the record?" I'm in!
  4. Definitely my car. I have a 'waterproof' cover that I can put over the seat. It's marketed at folks leaving the gym all sweaty and stinky so at first I wasn't positive that it would stop an accident making it into the seat. My car has an off-white interior so a big yellow splotch on the seat would be pretty obvious and I don't want that. I can report, however, that the seat cover held more than I did
  5. I find it arousing to imagine myself in the position being portrayed... ...which is a roundabout way of saying "yes"
  6. Maybe it's just me? But the black leggings appearing from underneath as the pants go see-through really make this video something else
  7. Tip: Dip the string in water so it's damp when you tie it tight. It makes it *much* harder to untie...
  8. "Shhh... It's OK, accidents happen... If you can't hold on... It's OK..." Saying something like that while you're still dry, their presumption that you're not going to make it, and the caring, nurturing tone, perhaps while they gently rub your back or your face... Almost but not quite encouraging you to wet yourself to relieve your suffering... Oooh goodness, that's dreamland for me, right there...
  9. It's definitely Yellow Skirt Girl. As mentioned, she leaves a wet spot when she finally spins out but additionally the smoking gun is that she leaves a brand new fresh trail as her bum slides across the floor. The first trail you see early on had almost evaporated off by that point. I reckon that first wet streak was a bit of collateral damage, presumably she got somebody beside her wet and they dragged the first trail out but clearly she's the culprit. Unless there were two wetters, of course!? [edit] if you watch again, she gets on with none other than our initial suspect, the girl with the grey pants, who sits right next to her and is one of the first to spin out, leaving a much smaller wet streak than we see later on, definitely collateral damage from her neighbour, I think. You also see the girl in the yellow skirt grimace/grinning early in the ride, kinda like you would if you were trying not to pee while laughing, no?
  10. If the caption is to be 'Oops', you'd better put it in 72pt font because that was evidently a really big Oops!
  11. Do a a couple of good long holds during the afternoon and evening - hold it 'til you can't, then pee, repeat, repeat. Do some good physical exercise too. Go for a run or a good long walk. Do something that will make you physically tired so you fall asleep quickly and soundly. At the same time be sure to drink plenty of fluids into the night. Pee perhaps 20 to 30 minutes before bedtime so you don't have a full bladder keeping you from drifting off, then hop into bed and sweet dreams. You're aiming to fall asleep with a tired body, tired mind and most importantly, a tired (but rapidly filling) bladder. If you're unlucky, you'll wake to really strong desperation signals from your full and tired bladder and will get to see if you make it to the loo with your dignity intact. If you're lucky, you'll wake a few minutes after that point when the decision has been taken out of your hands... I appreciate that you don't drink but for the folks that do, adding enough beer to this formula to be pleasantly tipsy but not drunk dramatically increases the likelihood of success (diuretic and inhibition dampener!) and increases the ease of falling asleep because the excitement and anticipation can be a problem otherwise... All of this is just in my experience, bodies are different and all that but with a little bit of practice and refinement of 'the formula', I can create a bedwetting 'accident' about 50% of the time. I put air quotes around 'accident' because it's pretty hard to call something you put this much thought and planning into an accident, no? ? I don't do this often because I don't want my brain to learn to think that bedwetting is OK all the time but there really isn't much better than the feeling of waking up knowing that last thing you knew, you were in a dry bed/diaper/whatever and that now you must definitely are not dry and you have no recollection of that change in your big boy/big girl status taking place.....
  12. Early signs of UTI are burning sensation when you pee. A bit of burning is normal for the first few times you pee after a catheter is removed because the urethra gets a bit irritated by having the tube pushed and pulled through it however it should go away within a day or so at most and if it comes back, you probably have a UTI... Urgency is another symptom. I almost wet myself driving home from work that day because the irritation in the bladder causes it to want to empty. It wasn't a hot omo experience LOL... As for talking to the doctor, firstly I went to the urgent care rather than my primary doctor. This was a deliberate choice so that I would get to see a doctor who would write me the antibiotic prescription I knew I needed and that I would never have to see again. I'd rather my primary doctor didn't know about my kinks... I told the doctor that I thought I had a UTI, he asked about symptoms (burning, urgency), gave me a sample cup and said he'd be back in a few minutes. He came back and said 'yep, you're right, you do have a UTI, which is quite strange and that he needed to figure out why because it could point to bigger problems. I swallowed, took a deep breath and said that I had been recently catheterised. He asked what kind of surgery I'd had, assuming I'd been in hospital. With my face burning red, I told him it was not done medically and he said "I see..." There was a vary awkward silent moment and then he said something like "Well, I'm going to write a prescription for some antibiotics, gave the usual speech about taking them properly and completing the course, that I should come back if the symptoms don't go away or get worse, said good bye and left the room. He was an older guy and I assume that he was experienced enough to have seen folks end up in his office for self-inflicted kinky reasons enough times to know what I was telling him. All in all, he was as professional as he could possibly have been but I was *so* embarrassed... It did put me off catheter play for a while but not permanently, I've done it several times in the 3 or 4 years since that infection.
  13. I just realised I didn't answer your actual questions: 1) Yes, inserting and removing catheters can be quite uncomfortable. It's something that takes practice and the golden rule is slowly and gently. There is absolutely no rush. If it takes a long time to insert it then so be it. If it's uncomfortable, stop, take some deep breaths and continue, more slowly and gently than before. You will also experience some sensations that while not painful, are very strange and will find you have no adequate words to describe, especially the feeling of the tip of the catheter passing through the prostate. That's a strange feeling. The feeling of a catheter passing through the sphincter and into the bladder is very much like a needle prick sensation except it's deep inside your body. It's a sharp prick and pressure that goes away once you're inside. You'll known when you're past the sphincter because you will pee uncontrollably right there and then LOL. 2 and 3) see verbosely long post above. 4) It happens. I wouldn't recommend masturbation because the entry path for semen into the urethra is not via the bladder (obviously) which means it will be between the lining of the urethra and the catheter itself which is going to be (a) uncomfortable and (b) again, provides a medium for bacteria to grow in if it gets stuck in there so try to avoid that. 5) The only thing I can think of not already described is that catheters can be quite uncomfortable for the first few hours after insertion. You will feel it with every movement of your body (while walking around especially) and it will be irritating but it fades after a while and you won't feel discomfort as much. If you continue to feel discomfort, you should probably remove the catheter.
  14. Alright, I've got some experience with this, but first, some lengthy but very important information.... There are two main concepts for safety in kink: "Safe, Sane and Consensual" (SSC). This is basically the rule that everything is fair game so long as it meets those three requirements: You're not going to do yourself harm, it's not a certifiably insane thing to do and everybody involved (even if that's just you) is entering into the kinky fun fully aware of what is going to happen and is A-OK with doing it. Omorashi is a pretty good example of an SSC type kinky activity. You're not going to really do yourself any real harm aside from some tired muscles and you can enter into it fully knowing what is going to happen and how/when/where. For the more risky/dark/bonkers/etc kink activities there is the concept of "Risk Aware Consensual Kink" (RACK). This is for the stuff that may actually cause you some level of harm in some way shape or form. This is the concept that essentially, so long as all involved (again, even if it's just you) are adults, capable of making informed decisions and so long as everybody is fully informed of the potential harm that may result from the activity, and again (this is most important) enters into the activity fully informed and consensually, then the amount of personal risk that each person involved should be subject to is their own individual and personal choice. Catheter Play is NOT "Safe, Sane and Consensual", it is very much "Risk Aware Consensual Kink". [edit to add] Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Risk-aware_consensual_kink You may be hurt or get sick as a result of this kind of play and while you're unlikely to do yourself any real, lasting harm, that is dependent on seeking proper medical attention and being honest about what happened if you do have problems. If you're unwilling to take on this risk, you're not entering the activity consensually and fully informed and should not do so. Potential issues are: Problems during insertion of the catheter, injury to the urethra, prostate if you have one, or bladder as a result of insertion of a catheter by non-medical personnel (e.g. you). The other main potential risk as you identified yourself is UTI. This can be as a result of improper technique during insertion leading to contamination of the catheter and also (and especially) if you leave the catheter open because bacteria can track up the inside of the tubing and gain entry directly to your bladder which is normally sealed off and so is not equipped to fight infection. If you play with catheters and have, or think you may have, any kind of problem as a result, including for several weeks afterwards, you MUST swallow your embarrassment and seek medical help. If you cannot accept that risk, you MUST NOT continue.... just let it remain a fantasy... If you decide to proceed, it is entirely the responsibility of the people engaged in the play to learn and understand how to properly select, buy, insert, care for and ultimately remove catheters and all the other necessary supplies. This research should be done personally and you should not engage in catheter play until you are fully confident: in your ability to insert one safely; that you have the common sense to realise if it's not going well and abort; to look after a catheter properly while it is inserted, and; that you can remove it properly afterwards. I have personally had a UTI as a result of being greedy with using a catheter to simulate absolute incontinence and it was (a) quite painful for a week or so and (b) very embarassing to talk to the doctor. This is especially true if you happen to be younger and have a penis because it's highly unusual for those folks to get UTIs and the doctor will do their due dilligence to try and work out why somebody who shouldn't have a UTI has one because they can also be an indicator of underlying medical conditions (prostatitis for example). My UTI, the embarrassment and discomfort of dealing with it put me off catheter play for a long time and I've only done it a handful of times since, for shorter times and with sometimes years long gaps between. OK, lecture over, here's what you're really wanting to know: Yes, I loved it. It was an amazing feeling being unable to control my bladder and I tried several things: I let it drain freely without any bag and just went about my business at home. I was damp within minutes and soaked within half an hour. There's no sensation of wetting aside from the occasional drip down your pants leg. Honestly while fun, this was my least favourite activity. Because the open end of the catheter will be in contact with wet clothes, this is high UTI risk behavior. I loosely put a plug into the end of the catheter, got dressed and went about my day. I knew that at some point, that plug was going to work loose and fall out and that I was going to have an accident. I wouldn't have any warning that it was about to happen and wouldn't be able to do a damn thing to stop it. This was amazing, the anticipation as much as the accidents themselves. I loved the experience and it's probably the closest to simulating actual urge/stress/mixed incontinence that you can get because almost all folks with actual incontinence don't drain freely, it builds up and then releases without control as a result of either physical exertion (stress) or inappropriate contractions of the bladder (urge). There is still a risk of UTI from this kind of play but it's a bit less than if you just leave it open, assuming you close the catheter off again promptly and keep the end of the catheter and the plug as clean and sanitary as you can. You also need to be aware that catheter plugs are not meant to be used for long periods of time and if the plug doesn't fall out on it's own, you must release the pressure every couple of hours and not let your bladder fill more than it would normally. Lastly, I've left the end of the catheter open and put on a diaper. This is something that may or may not appeal depending on your ABDL tendencies (or lack thereof) but again, I loved everything about this. I had to monitor and carefully look after my 'incontinence problem' (in massive air quotes) because not only can you not control your bladder *at all* but you also can't feel it. It's strange, when a diaper is wet by almost constant, slow leaks, you really don't notice your diaper getting wet, wetter, wettest or leaking. If you (or somebody else) don't check your diaper regularly, you will leak and wet your pants and you won't know it's happening! This is something I enjoyed a great deal. You can change into a dry diaper before bed and wake up absolutely soaked. Also, diapers absorb a lot better when wet this way compared to more typical wetting in surges. They wick much better and the full padding of the diaper will be much better used. This kind of play brings the HIGHEST risk of UTI. The shortest time I've left a catheter in is a matter of maybe 4 or 5 hours. The longest was 2+ days over a weekend, draining into frequently changed diapers. This resulted in the UTI I mentioned earlier. Now, a bit about morality. Afterwards, I tend to feel quite guilty for enjoying these types of play because (a) I'm simulating something that makes a lot of other people's lives miserable and (b) I feel ultimately incredibly selfish because I'm voluntarily inflicting this state upon myself when others have no choice and (c) I still have an element of control. I can take the catheter out in just a couple of minutes and have my bladder control back at whim. I'm not saying this to judge anybody, least of all myself, just to make people aware that these kinds of thoughts can be an after-effect of catheter play. I'm deliberately not including any information about where to buy catheters, how to select catheters, how to insert catheters, how to care for them while they are inserted, how to remove them or how to care for yourself afterwards because these are things that anybody who wants to try catheter play MUST research, learn, learn, and learn some more about all by themselves. It is after all, Risk Aware Consensual Kink. Have fun! (or don't!)
  15. That's Kel (name is right there in the picture so I don't feel like that's a secret). Pictures used to show up on Wetset's boards sporadically probably about 5 years+ ago now. IIRC, they stopped posting publicly because they had some creeper issues. I have no idea if they're still active anywhere else. There are also some photos of her and another woman, I believe they were two couples, who met up and had an insane, very public and very wet pub crawl or something like that. This was in the days before Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr (RIP) brought amateur wetting and omo content to you in vast quantities and you got little dribbles of amazing content from smaller sites like this one and Wetset (which still had a pulse back then)... You'd have to search through the dying corpse of Wetset's board to find more but they're out there...
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