RE:A Different Twist On The Men's Room

Urine like all things coming from the body is evil, because the human body is evil. Cover it up so it won't be seen. Keep any of its discharges within the confines of tissue and toilets inside. And anything anything sexual in nature is unmentionable.
I had a friend who went to a Christian college that was so conservative that they had separate sidewalks for men and women. He was the type that would never think of peeing outside, even if were the middle of the night with no one around and he had to run up to the bathroom on the fourth floor. It was just not within the realms of dignified behavior.
My friend also casually mentioned that it was a common occurrence to find that people would defecate, put their excrement in the laundry dryers and turn them. He figured it was normal stress relief behavior. I went to a college with a lot of drunken crazy shit behavior but never anything like that, especially coming from someone as stone cold sober as those Christian students.
For me, taking a piss outside is a straight forward, natural and healthy to connect with nature and relieve bladder and mental stress. I told me sons that a nature pee is the best kind of pee. I've noticed that sometimes dogs' urine can burn the grass, but that doesn't seem to apply to human urine at least not mine.

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Nothing quite like a good body function topic to bring out the whole gamut of responses. Its almost always a good read! Please keep them coming.

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Thank you Stoneandy!!! It is amazing how common sense can be put aside because someone else claims to know better.....When you have to go, you gotta go!!! It does not matter if inside or outside. My gosh, if I followed that set of rules, I would never be able to go wilderness camping !!

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Keep any of its discharges within the confines of tissue and toilets inside. And anything anything sexual in nature is unmentionable.Well, that is, unless it's female. Then it completely OK. Can talk about it; can use it in cooking; can eat it plain; can give it to children. Totally acceptable; totally OK.

What am I talking about?

Eggs and milk.

Eggs are female sex cell; female gametes. Further, birds (including chickens) lay egg through the same orifice that they defecate -- they come out the shit hole. And they are totally OK.

Milk comes out of breasts -- dirty, filthy things that must be kept hidden. Yet, it's totally ok to drink milk, use it in cooking, have a container of it sitting on the kitchen table; feed it to your children. No problem.

So, what of semen? Is it ok to use it in cooking? Would it be ok to use semen as an amendment when making soap? Would it be ok to use it to thicken soup or sauce? Can you buy in fresh or frozen in the grocery story? How about as a dry powder? You can buy powdered milk! You can buy powdered eggs!

The qualities of semen are very similar to those of eggs and milk:
*Mostly water
*Mix of protein and carbohydrate
*Vitamines, minerals, enzymes, etc.
*Bodily fluid -- just like milk
*Sex material -- just like eggs

Two substantial differences:
*Semen is fat free; whereas both milk and eggs contain fat
*Semen is male; whereas both milk and eggs are female

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Im staying in a BnB currently that haves an outdoor urinal. It doesnt take much to install one.

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Thank you Stoneandy!!! It is amazing how common sense can be put aside because someone else claims to know better.....When you have to go, you gotta go!!! It does not matter if inside or outside. My gosh, if I followed that set of rules, I would never be able to go wilderness camping !!

Im willing to bet that when you go camping you follow what the local wildlife do and dont make your toilet where you set your camp.

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okay. I liked your posts.

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When I have to go during the day no matter where I am, I pee outside. 1) it saves on water. 2) rain or sprinklers dilute it so smell is not an issue. & 3) I don't worry indecent exposure.

I lived in an apartment years ago and had a neighbor get up in arms over me emptying outside and threatened to call the police. I told her to go a head but warned her that she would probably be the one fined for false reporting.

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Im staying in a BnB currently that haves an outdoor urinal. It doesnt take much to install one.

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I don't really understand what the big deal is....its a human bodily function that's been happening since the beginning of time. Sure...I wouldn't be pissing anywhere near a patio or porch! But if ya gotta go...walk out a bit and go.
As far as odors....I believe pissing on grass or earth acts like a natural filter along with rain or sprinklers wash away any orders. But , yes, urine does smell and smells bad, just live in NYC and go for a walkabout around the city and you'll know what I mean. Piss on cement will stay there till it's washed away. I'm in no way slamming NYC! I still think it's the greatest city on earth and can't wait for it to return to all its granjour! GODS SPEED NYC.
But back to the point of the topic...
I even had a girlfriend of mine who would piss right along with me in the back yard, she didn't care ...I didn't care.
Not only was it relieving but it was kind of arousing cause a good portion of the time I'd walk away with partial boner. LOL
I guess what I'm saying is, if ya gotta go, "go". As long as you're not offending anyone or pissing on someone's leg, just do it! At least we're not taking a shit on your yard!

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