Do women get the piss-shivers?

betty swollocks

large member
it'll be the urination of me!
Just returned from a quick 30 miler round some local lanes and at one point during my ride was caught short. It took me a while to find a suitable spot and the relief was immense.........however, as I was siphoning the python, I got an attack of the shivers, knees went temporarily wobbly and aim went awry, all over my left Specialised 'Taho'
It got me wondering: is it just me that gets them, do all men: do women?
 

Bigtallfatbloke

New Member
Not me...I dont wear specialised Tahos
 
I don't think so.
There's this condition that all men have - apparently when you pee it can make you feel faint or actually faint, because the act of peeing puts pressure on some nerve or other, which can slow the heart rate. It happened to my other half once - he went down like a stone mid pee.
 

Fnaar

Smutmaster General
Location
Thumberland
The only untoward thing I've noticed about pee-stops is that no matter how deep into the countryside you are, no matter how remote, no matter that you haven't seen a car or seen person for the last 20 minutes, the moment you whip out your todger, a stream of slow-moving traffic starts going by, or a vicar's wife says a cheery-but-slightly-worried "hello" from the other side of the hedge...
 

domtyler

Über Member
Fnaar said:
The only untoward thing I've noticed about pee-stops is that no matter how deep into the countryside you are, no matter how remote, no matter that you haven't seen a car or seen person for the last 20 minutes, the moment you whip out your todger, a stream of slow-moving traffic starts going by, or a vicar's wife says a cheery-but-slightly-worried "hello" from the other side of the hedge...
This is because you are actually under constant surveillance and the folks who 'appear' are actually secret government agents. I thought everyone knew that?
 

Haitch

Flim Flormally
Location
Netherlands
One Sunday morning, I got a puncture cycling through Scherpenzeel, a very christian village in the Dutch bible belt, so I got off the bike and leaned it against a tree. A young woman on her way to church with three toddlers, all dressed from head to foot in black, stopped and exclaimed, 'Young man, you will not urinate against that tree!'
 

Cycling Naturalist

Legendary Member
Location
Llangollen
Alan H said:
One Sunday morning, I got a puncture cycling through Scherpenzeel, a very christian village in the Dutch bible belt, so I got off the bike and leaned it against a tree. A young woman on her way to church with three toddlers, all dressed from head to foot in black, stopped and exclaimed, 'Young man, you will not urinate against that tree!'
If you'd kept your shorts on, then she wouldn't have misunderstood the situation. :blush:
 

Haitch

Flim Flormally
Location
Netherlands
Patrick Stevens said:
If you'd kept your shorts on, then she wouldn't have misunderstood the situation. :blush:
Isn't that where everybody keeps their tyre levers?
 

alecstilleyedye

nothing in moderation
Moderator
Kirstie said:
I don't think so.
There's this condition that all men have - apparently when you pee it can make you feel faint or actually faint, because the act of peeing puts pressure on some nerve or other, which can slow the heart rate. It happened to my other half once - he went down like a stone mid pee.
i once fell down the stairs, having fainted at the top, just after having a pee. as i ended up in the back of an ambulance, i'm glad i'd finished and put it away :blush:
 

Tetedelacourse

New Member
Location
Rosyth
alecstilleyedye said:
i once fell down the stairs, having fainted at the top, just after having a pee. as i ended up in the back of an ambulance, i'm glad i'd finished and put it away :blush:
What the hell was an ambulance doing at the bottom of the stairs?
 
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