Last week on The Finger, I did a piece on The word-perfect To Pee campaign that has been continual in urban centre since 2011. Along with that piece, I had asked friends to chip in (what since so have come to be known as) pee stories. Pee stories are real being stories told by women around their experiences wherever their lives would have been “a zillion time better” if just they had had access to a public loo.
Making New Friends at Camp | Jennifer Peepas | Story Club Magazine
When I was nine, my parents sent me to sleep-away gathering for two weeks. It took me only one calendar week to bring the place to its knees. Now the belief of sleep-away camp was awesome, because once you are a painfully awkward, try-hard bag of weird with no friends and mean dopy brothers, summertime encampment is basically your one hope for positive anthropoid action during the summer.
19 Pee Horror Stories That'll Put Your Bladder To Shame
I had a performance where I went center stage and all the other girls had to swimming stroke through and through my legs. I peed on all only one of them, yet they unbroken on creeping through. I danced offstage play-acting like nothing happened at all, but the habitation video shows otherwise. Especially when you're pissy drunk (pun intended) and you really essential to use the bathroom and there's an incessant amount of girls in line.