Aug. 14th, 2003 @ 09:36 pm (no subject)
Have you ever had to really pee. I mean REALLY peee. Like your bladder muscles have been asked to fill in for the Hoover Dam? And there is a flood coming down the Colorado River? Then you start peeing, and a wave of relief washes over you, but you are still going at a steady stream. And the stream keeps going. Then you begin to think, "Damn, that's a lot of liquid, I wonder how much is would take to have the toilet flush on it's own." You begin to think people are going to start missing you. And you are still going, wishing someone was listening so they would be impressed with your "staying power." Buy this time, you are sure people have given you up for lost, and taken your seat. And the stream goes on. You begin to ponder if this is what really happened to Rip Van Winkle, and he was just too polite to tell the real story. And finally, you are squeezing out the last couple spurts. And was the glow of relief begins to fade, and you reach to flush, you are suddenly really disapointed you couldn't make the toilet flush on it's own? Yeah, I thought so.
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Date:August 14th, 2003 10:58 pm (UTC)
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when kelli (stepmom) went in for an ultrasound, she was told by the nurse to drink 24 oz of water before coming in. well, the nurse didn't tell the dr this, and he was prodding her stomach, looking for the kidlet, and she's trying to hold back the floodgates with 2 cans of lacroix and a 5 month fetus in her. but he can't find my little brother. the entire screen is black. she explains and go to relieve herself, and comes back. dr finds the kid, and while he talking to kelli, from the corner of the screen, this blackness starts filling up all over again. ::grin::

no real point, but i daresay you don't mind.. (plasesayyes?)
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Date:August 19th, 2003 08:19 am (UTC)
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Ooh, ultrasounds are the worst "I have to pee" moments ever, because not only do they fill you up, they put cold gel all over your belly and they press on you, and if they're really mean they'll press on your kidneys, too.

Don't you like when you're in a stall next to someone and they pee for like five minutes then you hear them go "ahhhhh" because the relief was THAT GOOD?? It's like you sit there and think "man, I hear that."
Date:August 15th, 2003 02:07 am (UTC)
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Yes, I have.