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  1. This really old video shows extreme male pee desperation, but not the peeing process. Depending on your angle, you can consider it as either "just made it" or "almost made it". https://thisvid.com/videos/guy-piss-desperation-on-train-and-wetting/
  2. These days, I would start leaking. Then the spurts became larger and larger. Finally, a total loss of control. From start of leaking to flowing out could be less than a minute, perhaps several minutes tops. Since the OP asked about the feel, I'll elaborate a bit on that aspect. Urges comes in waves, in increasing frequency, length, and strength. At sometime in time it would seem that all the waves merge into one constant strong pressure against the exit. It is only possible to clench the sphincter for so long before losing strength, and once it starts coming out any additional clamps only slow down the flow rather than shutting it off completely, so by that juncture there would be no point in trying to hold it in. Close to two decades ago I became interested to find my limits. Initially, I found it difficult to even leak even though I was absolutely urgent for the toilets. Even if I leaked, it would be a relative small amount and it could be many minutes before the next leak. However, I did too many holds that pushed past my limits. I think this process had permanently damaged my bladder. I still yearn to have that level of control, but I don't think it is possible now.
  3. Exactly this. I am actually a big fan of such clothing difficulties. Perhaps I should just quote what I have written elsewhere: Over the course of many years I have written a grand total of 5 stories, which can be found on my unmaintained blog as well as on the ladspissing site. All of them involve extrication difficulties to some degree or another. It is such a fine line between "just made it" and staying dry, versus "almost made it" and having an accident.
  4. There's the already-mentioned issue with laundry, especially when living with other people. In addition, playing a holding game with the goal of just making it to the toilet can be an exciting challenge.
  5. Thanks for this very hot story. It contains one of my biggest fantasies with respect to pee desperation - you weren't able to get it out in time. Good thing you took it well.
  6. You may consider compression shorts or compression tights. You might even want to get them a size (or even two) smaller, as long as you can get into them. I don't think you need to get women's, as men's are already very snug.
  7. At home, I tend to sit when peeing into the toilet bowl, otherwise I spatter all over the place. Because I wear loose shorts, it is easy to keep them on and just extract it out from the bottom. Outside, I prefer to pee standing up at the urinals. One reason is because the toilet seats don't seem as clean, so I typically use them only when shitting. Also, most of the bottoms I wear when outside make it very awkward to pee sitting down while keeping them on, unless I lower the pants to expose my buttocks like when I am shitting.
  8. I have seen a variant of these with a circle on top representing a head. I believe it is due to these stereotypes: women wear skirts which are wider at the bottom; men's shoulders are wider than their hips resulting in an upside down triangle.
  9. The discussion on long t-shirts blocking access reminds me of two things. First, a very old short story, probably on the defunct wetset message boards, of one creative young person with an iron bladder who wanted to experience involuntary leaking. Until his post, he was unable to do so because he would have given up from the pain and whipped it out first. After taking up to obtain a bursting full bladder, he put on a long t-shirt and sewn it between his legs, followed by his tightest pair of jeans. Then he went outside for a walk. His outfit meant that he was unable to pee without removing his bottoms. Ultimately he was successful and returned home still with an exceedingly full bladder, but with a wet patch on his jeans. If anyone can locate this story for my re-reading pleasure, I would appreciate it. Second, the Malay traditional costume and the silat uniform has this clothing article known as sampin. It is a large tube that is worn over trousers, covering at least the waist area. I can only assume that it must be a pain in the ass to use a toilet wearing this, as it effectively blocks the way in. I am not sure what techniques they use to pee while wearing this, but I have seen guys having to completely disrobe the sampin in order to use the urinal. In the more recent years, I seem to see more Malays wearing their traditional costumes without the sampin, because it seems not very impractical.
  10. I have previously fantasized about long shirts blocking the way, especially when tucked in, but wasn't sure how realistic this is. Thanks for confirming. 🙂
  11. Perhaps you can first fill your bladder to the extent that you are about to leak or lose control? If your pattern of losing control is first having small spurts, then perhaps you can even wait until your first spurt has escaped. At this point, start your run.
  12. I learned that triathletes wearing one-piece trisuits would simply pee themselves because it is so hard to get out of it. Even for a guy, he has to go half naked just to get his penis out. But I have never owned one so I have no experience with trisuits. I'm not sure about females, but as a guy I think it depends on what you wear. If I am wearing a pair of compression bottoms, then I don't find discomfort in peeing in them while running, and because I would be drenched in sweat nothing will show once I wiped off the excess wetness. In addition, if the compression bottoms fit snugly at the crotch and I don't wear shorts on top, then it is possible for the stream to shoot out as if I am peeing normally in a toilet, so very little pee stays in the bottoms. Previously, I had set up a couple of very desperate runs which resulted in losing control of my bladder mid-run. While I had fun doing so, it wasn't easy finding a location and time when there were no people. And as alluded above, pee would get into my shoes and they would smell, so having to wash shoes is a pain in the ass.
  13. Once I boarded not one, but two, lifts at Spadina station in Toronto that were flooded with urine. I had luggage with me and I was heading to the airport to fly halfway around the world. I was similarly very unimpressed. @TheLoneRanger The image that I posted is indeed an sign for the lift/elevator. Why must the designers make it look like a sign for the toilet/bathroom, I have no idea.
  14. Yes, doesn't happen often, but can happen when I had been holding for a very long amount of time. This ties in to my recent post below: As well as my response to the OP's other topic:
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