Peeing in the shower is one of those things a lot of people have done at some point but may be reluctant to admit. It makes such perfect sense on a practical level, though! You also may have heard that urine is sterile, so you can pee on yourself with abandon and still technically be clean.
By Today's Parent Jul 7, When my year-old son and seven-year-old daughter were younger, I would have switched back to hip hop and hit the gas for the next roadside stop. My bravado would inevitably—and swiftly—be met with a waft of urine from the backseat.
While I was riding out this morning, I suddenly realized how great it is to be able to train with leg wamers. And not with long winter pants. Yes, us women do pee while out training.
The sunset was stunning and for the first time in months you were able to watch it. Out here in the woods, the peaceful evening settles over you as you and your friends sit around a camp fire exchanging childhood memories, silly ghost stories and a few cold beers from the cooler someone was smart enough to remember. Then…nature calls.
Gentlemen, you probably don't need to read this—for you, urinating in the woods is as simple as unzipping and then re-zipping your fly. However, knowing where to do is important. We ladies, on the other hand, sometimes dehydrate ourselves on purpose just to avoid the indignity of bearing our bottoms to the world when we have to go.
Many a potty-training parent has faced this dilemma. There are some who think it is no big deal—kids can't control themselves, goes their thinking. Another set of parents insists it is never okay to urinate in public.
Well, aside from the fact that an Oscar winner urinating on your head grants you thespian superpowers and cures migraines, the starlet's saintly spray also cured the searing pain of a jellyfish sting. We're sure you're all now bursting to witness this degrading spectacle, and, thankfully, "The Paperboy" opens in select theaters this Friday. No man's morning would be complete without a man's morning wood.