Here a story of UK taxi driver having the time of his life
I work as a taxi driver in a small English town, and I normally work Saturday nights. When I first started, five years ago, I sort of assumed that on a busy Saturday night I’d probably get the opportunity to see lots of women peeing in the town – but sadly it hasn’t worked out like that. Five years – not one sighting. Most disappointing! So I Buy outsite peeing girl DVD to get to see them.
A couple of weeks ago I had what could only be described as a near miss. Fairly early in the evening I was sent to a bar in town, and asked to wait at the rear entrance, which was a bit unusual. It soon became clear why though – an elderly lady in a wheelchair appeared, being pushed by a much younger girl. The bar has quite steep steps at the front, so that explained why I was sent to the rear.
We got the older lady loaded into the front seat, the wheelchair in the boot and the young girl sat in the back. We set off for what should be about a fifteen minute journey out of town. The pair of them were quite chatty (makes a nice change!) and said that they had been shopping in town all afternoon, and had gone to the bar for a bite to eat before heading for home. They were grand-mother/grand-daughter and we were getting on quite well when the girl asked how long the journey would take. I told her that it would probably be another ten minutes or so. She asked me to hurry as much as I could because she had drunk three pints, and was dying for a outdoorpee. Buy outsite peeing girl DVD
Her grand-mother asked her why she hadn’t gone at the bar, and she said that there was a huge queue for the ladies, and she thought it would be quicker to go home. “I was going to have a wee behind the bins outside the bar, but the taxi was already waiting” she explained.
Then they asked me stop about a mile from their house so the girl could buy her gran some cans from the local off-licence. The shop was a little off the route, so I turned down the road it was in, and pulled up outside. The lady gave the girl her cashcard so she could get cash for the cans, and to pay me with. outsite peeing girl
The cash machine was in the wall outside the shop, and the girl had to wait for the previous customer to finish. I noticed that she was quite obviously hopping from one foot to the other and crossing and uncrossing her legs. “What is she like” remarked her gran and I said that I would turn the car around while she was getting the cans so we could make a quick getaway.
I swung the car out into the road to turn round, reversed and then pulled forward pointing in the right direction. As I stopped I looked over to the cash machine that the girl was now using one handed because her other hand was rammed between her tightly clenched thighs. Once she had her cash she dashed into the shop, and emerged a minute or two later with four cans in a carrier bag. outsite peeing girl
She hopped back into the car and we set off again. Her gran asked if she was alright, and she said that she was but she would go into the house before helping her gran out of the car. She admitted that she had almost wet herself while using the cash machine – “it was standing up that did it”, she said, “I’m absolutely bursting”. outsite peeing girl
I stopped at the house, and the girl was out of the car and through the front door like greased lightning. I turned the car round so her gran could get out of the car onto the pavement and by the time I had done that and got out myself to get the wheelchair the girl was back. “Better?” I asked. “Much better” she replied “I almost didn’t get my trousers down in time – the zip got stuck and I was nearly doing it in my knickers”
Made my night, I can tell you.
Q: When at a beach with no bathrooms, is it better, environmentally speaking, to urinate in the ocean or behind a sand dune?
A: It will vary a little depending on where you are and what restrictions are in place, but in general Leave No Trace is the outdoor ethic we should be striving for, whether we are in the wilderness or on Atlantic Beach. Leave No Trace principlesconcerning human waste include doing your best to avoid polluting water sources, minimizing social and wildlife contacts, and maximizing decomposition.
Happily, urine is not the problem that feces are. The main trouble with our practically sterile urine is its smell and saltiness, both of which can attract wildlife. peeing In the dunes The wildlife may then look around for something tasty near the smell, digging into soil, nibbling plants, and what have you until they are disappointed and depart. Hence, when urinating on land, it’s best to target less sensitive sandy or rocky areas. Which sounds just like a dune — but wait. Dunes are notoriously sensitive, and let’s also keep in mind avoiding social contacts, i.e., being careful not to leave a stinky location for fellow beachgoers to encounter. Given all this, I think ocean water would be the preference. If the water is too cold or you are too wimpy, just make sure you go below the high-tide line (though still out of sight of your fellow beachgoers) — then nature will flush your liquid waste away. peeing In the dunes
I realize you didn’t ask about freshwater, Tom, but there are river, lake, and quarry-side beaches we must consider. In a river canyon setting, for instance, it’s hard to get 200 feet away from water and trails, so I guess the common practice is to pee in the river. peeing In the dunes But in other wilderness-type situations, in which we can get 200 feet away from water and publicly used places, we should urinate on a rocky or sandy area, feeling confident that it is not the exact stinky place where everyone else is urinating, and that a curious critter won’t do too much damage. (In an actual wilderness area, follow human waste instructions from the nearest ranger station.) peeing In the dunes
Now, I have something special for the ladies as regards public urination. We now have the go-ahead to pee in the water in a river-canyon-type situation. peeing In the dunesWhat of the wilderness-type situation and the problem with pulling down your pants to squat while guys get to pretend they are intensely studying shrubbery? It’s awkward, and I am here to tell you about a few products that can help us urinate standing up and fully clothed. I have not used these products, but I know people who have and swear by them in situations from hiking to farming to portapottying — I know you can think of an occasion when you would have preferred to remain standing and pretend you were studying the shrubbery. These are all funnel variants: The pStyle is plastic, 7.5 inches long, and comes in a variety of tasteful colors, the Shewee is for the British ladies — these both fit into your pocket or purse and are reusable. There are disposable versions, such as theWhizzy, the Urinelle, and the P-Mate, but you know how we feel about disposable items. Try ‘em if you think you’d like ‘em — and let me know how it goes. peeing In the dunes
First of all peeing in the woods, there are no lines to the ladies restroom in the woods. Just make sure you are away from the trail, you don’t have to go too far, just somewhere where no one will take a break later and sit in your pee! That is usually no problem for women as we tend to go to the ends of the earth to make sure no one catches sight of us. At some point in your outdoor adventures someone will come across you peeing, just give them a wave and ignore, it is much better then getting pee all over yourself. Before peeing, do make sure you are away from water sources. peeing in the woods. Typically looking for a soft area to pee will eliminate the splash back on your pants- pine needles work great. You can also widen your squat to reduce splash back as well as pee standing up- (that takes a little more practice or a FUD- a female urination device.)
There are a couple of ways to dry yourself after peeing. You can drip-dry, do a little shake and be on your way. You can use toilet paper to wipe after peeing, just bring a Ziploc bag with you so you can pack out your used toilet paper. A favorite among female long distance hikers is the pee rag or dab rag. Exactly what it sounds like, you can utilize a bandanna or a lightweight pack towel material to dry yourself after peeing. Tie it onto your backpack where it will get direct sunlight and dry out. peeing in the woods The pee rag will have virtually no odor and can be used again. When you have an opportunity you can always rinse it off with water and then dry it out again. If you use bandannas for other things differentiating these bandannas by color is pretty helpful. Although you will look really hardcore if your hiking partners think your using your pee rag to wipe the sweat from your face. As a side note, the dab rag method doesn’t work well when there are prolonged periods of rain because your rag will never have a chance to dry out it and will start to smell like urine. Sometimes humid conditions can have the same effect so you might want to rinse your rag more often. peeing in the woods
Trimming your pubic hair is a good practice, keeping things neat and groomed will help you stay cleaner and cooler out in the woods. At the end of the night (at the very least) use some kind of wet wipe to give yourself a sponge bath, this will help you feel cleaner and will typically get rid of much of the salt build up that encourages chafing. Make sure you get your bra line, underwear line, genitals and bottom too. peeing in the woods
You may have heard of female urination devices, these devices allow women to pee standing up. Personally I don’t use them for my backpacking endeavors but know other females that utilize these for backpacking and love them. They are great for canoeing, winter sports, and everyday life with public restrooms. You have a myriad of options with FUDs. The Go Girl, which I have used, is made of a soft plastic, which I like and is easy to use. A couple of other brands out there are; The Shewee and The P Style- both of these are a hard plastic. These are great options for many women so don’t be afraid to give them a try. Disclaimer: Do practice with your FUD before you head out to the woods! peeing in the woods