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Have you ever been so desperate for a wee.........

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Brimma    8,446

.......that after you've been, you think "by God, I wish I'd timed that"?

Or is it just me then? :(

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gadgetman    3,666

It's why Oasis bottle have wide necks, and should be carried as spares in the car ;)

If you're on the motorway near somewhere and thinking should I stop, the answer is always yes. When it's no you hit the end of a 6 hour motorway closure wishing you had!

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Brimma    8,446

At your age can't you get incontinence pants from the NHS?

No need for those

Yet :thumbup:

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devonutopia    5,157

Guess it depends on the "rate" :D Some people seem to be able to dispose of litres in a few seconds, others not. :D Personally I don't recall ever wishing I'd timed any, but I sure have been grateful when in need and getting desperate!

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Brimma    8,446

Guess it depends on the "rate" :D Some people seem to be able to dispose of litres in a few seconds, others not. :D Personally I don't recall ever wishing I'd timed any, but I sure have been grateful when in need and getting desperate!

Flow rate meter.............maybe a thought for going on 'Dragons' Den' :rofl:

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Stu vRS    50

I only wish I had timed it once...had to get off a bus half way on the way to a night on the town because we had been in the pub beforehand...it was described to me as 'like a river.'

Just in case you wanted to know :)

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I remember going up north and was so desperate to, that I pulled over into a layby, done the deed, jumped back into the car only to be told "Can you not wait 1 more mile!"

True to SWMBO's word there was a toilet a mile up the road!

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grr666    4,541

Timed and recorded audio, 1 min 12 seconds B)

I do a lot of long wees so I thought I'd record

some results.

Yes I am that weird :rofl:

As an ex bus driver my bladder capacity is

frankly astonishing. I think it developed after

3 years of not being able to go when I wanted to.

I regularly used to fill 2 oasis bottles (top tip from gadgetman there)

so thats a full litre.

Once I had got to the end of the route and parked on the

bus stand, I had to go halfway up the stairs on the bus

so I couldn't be seen and fill my bottles.

Then I'd tip them out in the kerb so I wasn't lugging

2 warm bottles of pee around with me.

Thing you have to do to earn a crust :D

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Brimma    8,446

I can feel a new annual Brisky competition coming on for the longest sound recorded pee

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Jim H    760

I can feel a new annual Brisky competition coming on for the longest sound recorded pee

I guess you're taking the Pee with at comment! :p

Edited by Jim H

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Brimma    8,446

What, something like this?http://www.dantecmedical.co.uk/Default.aspx?ID=18911Urologists use in hospitals to check for kidney/bladder problems.

I'm not sure that would be up to competition use Jim B)

I guess you're taking the Pee with at comment! :p

I'm actually being deadly serious on this one - I'll PM Colin and see what he thinks :rofl:

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FellyMagic    4

Being diabetic, I often drink loads, so often pee for ages. When you are really dying for a pee, the relief is awesome...And Bry, you really are taking the p155 with this thread :p

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This thread is hilarious! At the same time too true as well! The relief factor in having a long p155 is incredible as well, especially when you have been stuck in the car, beind some idiot doing 30mph in a national speed limit when your bursting! Or stuck on the motorway.

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Brimma    8,446

Same with a good fart tbh :).

Thing with a good fart is that you risk touching cloth :(

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Republic    0

Follow through? Depends what I've eaten :p. Also, did you see a black 02 plate VW Lupo on your way back to B'Heath? I say that because I finally saw you :)! Was bouncing up and down like a maniac while my girlfriend tried to figure out what had made me have such an outburst :p. Car looks absolutely lush the brief glance I got of it.

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Brimma    8,446

Follow through? Depends what I've eaten :p. Also, did you see a black 02 plate VW Lupo on your way back to B'Heath? I say that because I finally saw you :)! Was bouncing up and down like a maniac while my girlfriend tried to figure out what had made me have such an outburst :p. Car looks absolutely lush the brief glance I got of it.

Cheers - whereabouts would you have been?

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Republic    0

Just got out of B'Heath, not far out of the speed limit (less than 1/4 mile) as you head slightly uphill alongside the base, on the way back home. I'd most likely only just got to 60 if that.

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GentleGiant    845

I have seen men peeing on the motorway hard shoulder, feet away from the services slip road!!!!

Regarding Oasis bottles, a cola bottle will do, you only need to get the holes aligned correctly.;)

Did this on the M6 a few years back after being stuck in a jam for 6 hours following an accident.

I was starting to panic near the end, the bottle was filled to the brim!!!!:o

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