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    I've known folks who couldn't do their business without a restroom with a flush toilet. Sad how such nonsense cripples folks... you certainly wouldn't want to travel far or wide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudanzas
    Can you do us/women a favour and hide your ass in the bushes next time?
    I don't show my @ss when I pee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wg
    A few years back someone posted how they did the peloton pisser. A rather acrobatic feat if you think about the balance required.

    To the OP: was he facing you with a grin or facing away just going about his business? There may have been ulterior motives...
    Racing at Mount Snow with a friend of mine years ago, less than a mile off the start line on one of the big fire road climbs, he gets off the bike,and while holding his bike and continuing to run uphill (and keep up with other guys still riding) he pisses on the side of the trail.

    Now that was impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudanzas
    Exactly! Pee OFF the road.

    How often do women that you know well pee in front of you?
    Can you do us/women a favour and hide your ass in the bushes next time?
    You're just jealous you can't do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LCdaveH
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    When outdoors, allow about 30 ft from other guys. (Allow more room if non-mans are present.)
    I think 15ftish if your with your buddies, 30ft+ if its a random person.
    If the guy was turned the other way then whats the big deal? no harm no foul right?

    What I have a problem with is that if you get caught urinating in public its considered indecent exposure and you get placed on a sex offender list in my state.

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    ... and if we just ...

    This is unbelievable! To have your day ruined because you saw somebody pee. Ridiculous. As someone who is outdoors a lot, both with work and with biking. I have to pee outside all the time and have never thought that anybody who should see me would have their day ruined by it!!! I've never batted an eyelid weather it be a friend, work colleague or stranger, male or female, who's answering the call of nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudanzas
    Exactly! Pee OFF the road.

    How often do women that you know well pee in front of you?
    Can you do us/women a favour and hide your ass in the bushes next time?
    More often than you would think. My wife and I share a bathroom. As well, we do quite a bit of canoe-tripping out in the bush. You know where the closest "Restroom Facilities" are 25 miles of paddling and 5 miles of portaging away. If on a portage and she has to go, we go off-trail, dig a cat-hole - I stand guard and she does her business. Waste and any paper in the cathole, covered and off we go. The same goes for anybody I take on a trip.

    As for on the bike, same as Kapusta and the others, go off-trail, get as much "privacy" as you can reasonably find. Do your business and then get back to the reason your out there - ride yer bike.

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    omg this is horible i am never ridng a bike again

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    Please, Lord, let someone pee in his cornflakes and put the previous transgression into perspective?

    Amen.






















    PS- I just felt that I needed to be part of the dumbest thread ever posted on Passion. For posterity. To say I was there, part of history, and stuff.

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    yes thank you trailbuilders for your efforts. I thought urine helped break in trail. Kind of like bmx guys watering down their dirt jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko G
    my day is ruined now after hearing the horrors that occur on the trails
    LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony.delorenzo
    omg this is horible i am never ridng a bike again
    LOL LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s0ckeyeus
    Next time remove your panties before hitting the trail.
    Agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandoobs
    I think 15ftish if your with your buddies, 30ft+ if its a random person.
    If the guy was turned the other way then whats the big deal? no harm no foul right?

    What I have a problem with is that if you get caught urinating in public its considered indecent exposure and you get placed on a sex offender list in my state.
    And if somebody sees your junk in a bathroom? Haha, North Americans - so strange. I love the person(women?) almost vomiting at the idea of accidentally catching a glimpse of a urinating man in the middle of the woods. I can tell u that, er, well nevermind! Lets just say god help her if she comes across a bloody tampon hanging from a shrub or a suicide corpse.

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    Kinda makes you wonder what Daniel Boone, Lewis and Clarke, etc etc etc did back in the day. People have been peeing in the woods long before we starting biking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electrik
    Lets just say god help her if she comes across a bloody tampon hanging from a shrub or a suicide corpse.
    Or visits a foreign country.

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    "Hiking is just walking where its OK to pee" Demetri Martin.
    The same is true for MTBing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudanzas
    That was a suggestion, not a question.
    please let me know you are in my ride group...

    I would hate to offend you.


    or by god you see my little wang...

    and please give extreme advanced warning before you let the flood gates rip so that I can ride miles down trail before you letter rip.

    people jeeze

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    No one yet has considered the possibility of a urinary tract infection necessitating the confluence of urinater and texter.

    There's always an explanation for unexplained urination, at least that's what my vet says...

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    The HIVE-mind has spoken.

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    Anyone ever play Edward 40hands. It's when you duct tape a 40 oz to each hand and the first contestant to finish wins. Needless to say, this makes urination difficult. I have known a number of skirted women to remove their drawers, prior to taping their hands, in order to gain an unfair advantage by being able to relieve themselves mid game. I always just though it showed admirable competitive drive.

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    Anyone ever play Edward 40hands. It's when you duct tape a 40 oz to each hand and the first contestant to finish wins. Needless to say, this makes urination difficult. I have known a number of skirted women to remove their drawers, prior to taping their hands, in order to gain an unfair advantage by being able to relieve themselves mid game. I always just though it showed admirable competitive drive.
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    I have known one woman who did that, but I didn't mention her cause I figured she was justt an outlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepo5669
    I remove my pants before playing
    I start with it out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopartodd
    Roadies just pee off the road.

    Just let it rip, wind, rain, passing cars, whatever.
    Just not into the wind!

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    When I was a child my family often took road trips in our 70's dodge van. There were six kids, two parents, and occasionally a dog in the vehicle. If we had stopped for every pee it we never would have gotten anywhere. Instead, we opened the side doors for the boys (I'm pretty sure dad slowed down) and the girls held it. I fondly remember my mom bracing me so I didn't fall out while I bore my junk to the whipping wind and let it fly.
    Good times.
    I know. It was screwed up, but not any more screwed up than sitting for days between to pubescent older brothers who hadn't figured out deodorant yet.

    Peeing outside is one of the few things that connects us to nature. The fact that someone else is nearby doesn't bother me a bit. I don't want to offend, but neither do I want to leave my bike where they could steal it.
    Pooping requires more privacy, and occasionally a sock . . .

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    Speaking on urination ideologies...perhaps there is something more complex going on here also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepo5669
    I remove my pants before playing
    Like a boss!

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    Sounds like good old Freudian anal expulsive vs anal retentive.

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    I had never heard the word 'jackwagon' before, much less used as a pejorative, so I googled that shi t:





    According to the internet, a 'jackwagon', or possibly 'jackwagons' are involved (though I'm not sure how) in this image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellav8ted
    The real story behind Snooki's tribal coloring...
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    Is that why hey all look orangey yellow on that show, i thought it was spray-on tanning...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    Dropping in on some smooth out and back single track this morning, I was tooling along when my wife texts me about results of my daughter's dr appt. (Flu has made its presence known this week in my household)

    I pull off to the side to respond when a rider comes up behind me. He pulls off as well and we exchange pleasantries.

    He then rides about 15 feet from me, gets off his ride, then proceeds to water the grass if you will.

    I couldnt believe the chutzpah on this jackwagon!

    I let him pedal off then I went the other way. Beautiful day marred by a thoughtless dude who couldnt ride another 1/4 mile back to the trail head and a restroom.
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    Cell phones should be turned off when in the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taletotell
    When I was a child my family often took road trips in our 70's dodge van. There were six kids, two parents, and occasionally a dog in the vehicle. If we had stopped for every pee it we never would have gotten anywhere. Instead, we opened the side doors for the boys (I'm pretty sure dad slowed down) and the girls held it. I fondly remember my mom bracing me so I didn't fall out while I bore my junk to the whipping wind and let it fly.
    Good times.

    We have a Sprinter van with a funnel, two foot hose and a hole in the floor for on the go number one.

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    Peeing in the woods is one thing, but man, I hate it when I have to go #2. Many years ago, I was kayaking the French Broad River when nature called. I took care of my business and the reached out for the nearest leaf to clean things up. Unfortunately, that turned out to be poison ivy. I was scratching my a$$ like a madman for a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeridesabike
    Peeing in the woods is one thing, but man, I hate it when I have to go #2. Many years ago, I was kayaking the French Broad River when nature called. I took care of my business and the reached out for the nearest leaf to clean things up. Unfortunately, that turned out to be poison ivy. I was scratching my a$$ like a madman for a week.

    The one time I dropped a deuce during a trail ride, I stepped on a sharp stick that impaled itself into the side of my calf. Five years later, I'm pretty sure a piece of the stick is still in there...

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    For the record I don't urinate or defecate. This thread is just winning!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JSumner13
    Riding requires hydration....Hydration = having to piss. It's all part of the game, dude! Good thing he didn't have the roll of TP out taking a trailside dump
    Whats wrong with that???
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapusta
    I try to take care of my texting while pissing. Saves time.
    Is that really multi-tasking, or is kapusta a girl?

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    This thread really cracks me up . (Pun intended.) If that's what the OP was going for then . If not then, wow, you've led a truly sheltered life. I guess it's good you're gettting out into the world a little bit then, isn't it?
    I'm enjoying my childhood way too much to ever give it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    ...a rider comes up behind me. He pulls off as well and we exchange pleasantries.

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    Wow. 29 pages and still going strong.

    I have to go pee in the yard now.

    Carry on.
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    try whizzing out the door of a ch-53 leaning out against a gunners belt with the crew chief hanging onto your jacket while hovering over myrtle beach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powpig2002
    try whizzing out the door of a ch-53 leaning out against a gunners belt with the crew chief hanging onto your jacket while hovering over myrtle beach.
    done it - B-o-o-r-i-n-g, next
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I'm gonna pee on my neighbors lawn now
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    I'm gonna pee on my neighbors lawn now
    Hehehe... He doesn't know what I've done to his gas cap.
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    I paused on a really steep climb today. The last rider in our group of 13, yells up to me from the switchback below that I can go on, so I'm "yeh all good, I'm just thinking about some trail options over the other side of the spur." OK she says, "it's just that I'm going to water this tree". I laughed like a jackwagon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridnparadise
    I paused on a really steep climb today. The last rider in our group of 13, yells up to me from the switchback below that I can go on, so I'm "yeh all good, I'm just thinking about some trail options over the other side of the spur." OK she says, "it's just that I'm going to water this tree". I laughed like a jackwagon
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    What a jackwagon
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    Posted by a friend on Facebook, but I felt I just had to share it here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony.delorenzo
    Posted by a friend on Facebook, but I felt I just had to share it here:
    That's funny in Benny Hill sort of way.
    Not on subject because it was done with lots of footprints rather than yellow "ink", but I once saw a huge sign stamped in the snow - "JESUS IS LORD". The next day it read :"JESUS DRIVES A FORD".

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    Good job! Speaking as an mtbr old timer...

    In all my years on this website, very few times have a read through en entire thread that is 3+ pages long. This one has got to be one of the funniest and longest running post ever.

    We've all had nature call upon us while on the trail, it's no big deal. Just use some comon sense and have some respect for those around you or who might use the trail later by just going well off the trail.

    And too JDanniels;
    PS dude, you need to relax! You actually stoppoed your ride, not because your child was sick, but because a guy pissed in the woods? Wow, your life must be going quite well if this is the worst thing going on in your world. BTW, did you notice that he was also RIDING?!
    PPS: I hope your child is well and feeling better
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    Excellent name for the thread Mellow Yellow.

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    Nothing wrong with peeing in the forest, turn your back if suitable cover isn't available and maintain a descrete distance. Just don't blast the dreaded twin stream and get your own shoe, not that I ever have....

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Yep, "tooling along" sounds about right.
    Oar maybe "trolling along"?
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    Is peeing on a slag heap while shooting an album cover acceptable?


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    Quote Originally Posted by s0ckeyeus
    I knew a guy on my soccer team in college who took a piss while still in the game. He just whipped it out and kept running down the sideline. Crazy nut.
    I used to pee on the pitch prior to every rugby game.

    Ritual like.


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    I just started mountain biking last week, and officially peed on the side of the trail. it was great

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    Quote Originally Posted by wg
    A few years back someone posted how they did the peloton pisser. A rather acrobatic feat if you think about the balance required.

    To the OP: was he facing you with a grin or facing away just going about his business? There may have been ulterior motives...
    I used to ride with a guy who does alot of triathalons. He described how he would be mid race, feel the urge, and just pull it out of the bottom of his shorts and let it go while still pedalling.

    I thought he was full of ***** until one ride I was behind him trying to keep up (he was fast and fit, unlike me, fast and dumb) and noticed a wet line with splatters on the trail. Look up, and sure 'nuff, wizzing while pedaling. I nearly fell over I was laughing so hard.

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    duh, winning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flankerdog
    I used to ride with a guy who does alot of triathalons. He described how he would be mid race, feel the urge, and just pull it out of the bottom of his shorts and let it go while still pedalling.

    I thought he was full of ***** until one ride I was behind him trying to keep up (he was fast and fit, unlike me, fast and dumb) and noticed a wet line with splatters on the trail. Look up, and sure 'nuff, wizzing while pedaling. I nearly fell over I was laughing so hard.

    that's priceless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    Sometimes, I wonder why I ever started posting here.

    ******s on the trail and apparently here too.

    Dont worry, I wont let the door hit me on the way out.
    Seriously? This guy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supadave


    Seriously? This guy?
    this guy takes this hobby (and forum) way too seriously. we're here to have fun, and if he lets a great/funny thread like this bother him then good riddance!
    Consequences dictate our course of action and it doesn't matter what's right. It's only wrong if you get caught.

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    I pee all over the place man Sack-up dude! Now if the guy started pulling his pork I could see a problem.

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    You got to go! You got to go?

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    your right, it disgusts me when humans urinate in forests. I mean, animals are one thing, but humans, c'mon...

    I though we're part of the Animal kingdom too? I

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    Not in the southern states.

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    What a jackwagon.
    Ruined my day.
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    hahaha. my parents have a nearly identicle picture of me.

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    I really like how there are two completely different/identical threads going around right now. This one's about people pissing off trail -- OP got flamed out. And one thread is about dogs crapping on the trail -- the masses are with that OP.
    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckman
    I want my 2 minutes back for reading this thread. Gotta be the dumbest post I've seen in a while.
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    Let it flow. If you gotta drop a deuce though find a little privacy and make sure you have something to wipe. Opening a couple clif bars to recycle the wrappers while trying to keep the prairie dog in it's home for another minute is not fun and also a less than ideal material for said purpose.
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    Isnt pissing in the woods part of the allure of going into the woods in the first place? You're walking around, the weather is nice, lots of trees and fresh air, and hey! I gotta take a piss. And when youre in the woods, you just do it. None of this walking to the bathroom or washing your hands crap.

    This thread is amazing. well done guys.

    And yes, this is the same guy in both pics.




    Different guy. (why do i take so many peeing pics?)

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    Seriously JDaniels? I would expect this kind of thread out of some women, but isn't it just a part of male culture to like peeing outside.

    I pee in my backyard almost as much as I do in my toilet. Peeing outside is awesome.

    Unless he was facing you and seemed like he may be aiming at you, I don't see any reason to take offense.

    But don't let this thread turn you off of the forum! It's all in good fun man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bmateo1
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    Ripping this off for my signiture, let me know if you have any objections!
    Originally Posted by Bmateo1:
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    Chudzpah, Passion Lost

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    This thread just keeps getting better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow Yellow
    This thread just keeps getting better!
    Especially since the OP hasn't posted in what, about two weeks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Especially since the OP hasn't posted in what, about two weeks?
    I think OP genuinely did leave! Now what's he to do with his time?
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    I'm sure he will find something to do with his Jackwagon

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    Could be a case of an enlarged prostate combined with a bicycle seat pounding it. Is there really such a thing as a "comfortable" bike seat? Of course, the conditions MTB's ride in probably makes any seat uncomfortable.
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    You want your hat back?

    This reminds me of the time I was hiking to a waterfall, pretty far out. No one around so when I get there, I step away a bit to relieve myself on a rock. Just before, I had noticed a hat on the ground and picked it up. Finders keepers, right? So, while checking out my new hat in one hand, holding my junk in the other, I let it fly.

    To my horror, I turn around and there is a woman on the other side of the creek staring at me. Kinda one of those man-hating, mullet-wearing type of women if you know what I mean.

    And yep, that was her hat...

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    Maybe they need to follow BC's idea's.....save everyone from the horrors of peeing in nature.
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    Is it ok to fart in the great out of doors???

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    OK, what I want to know is...

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedone31
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    why did the guy in the red shirt just stand there?!
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    I like to pee off of my back deck as long as it's after dark. Saves on the water bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    Dropping in on some smooth out and back single track this morning, I was tooling along when my wife texts me about results of my daughter's dr appt. (Flu has made its presence known this week in my household)

    I pull off to the side to respond when a rider comes up behind me. He pulls off as well and we exchange pleasantries.

    He then rides about 15 feet from me, gets off his ride, then proceeds to water the grass if you will.

    I couldnt believe the chutzpah on this jackwagon!

    I let him pedal off then I went the other way. Beautiful day marred by a thoughtless dude who couldnt ride another 1/4 mile back to the trail head and a restroom.

    Totally agree JD, it's just not on someone pissing on your grass, Godamit!


    ....did you manage to salvage any of it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow Yellow
    why did the guy in the red shirt just stand there?!
    He got the close-up

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    I once asked a Jewish friend what a schmuck was.

    He said a schmuck is a guy who would get out of the shower (mid-shower) to pee in the toilet.

    JD seems to fit the bill.
    Zippity do dah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Let's Ride
    I once asked a Jewish friend what a schmuck was.

    He said a schmuck is a guy who would get out of the shower (mid-shower) to pee in the toilet.

    JD seems to fit the bill.
    Okay, now we're starting(?) to drift. At a former job, we had a long discussion about whether it was okay to pee in the shower. The group(all men) was split with about 75% not having a problem with peeing in the shower, 25% saying it is a disgusting practice. I don't know what any of it means.
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    Spring Break back in the college days, I was taking a nap on the beach (ok I was passed out, it was spring break!), woke up still groggy and turned around a took a piss.

    Right in front of some lady who apparantly didn't like the idea. She told the cops, who subsequently arrested me and took me in.

    Before they booked me, we started shooting the **** and evidently I made freinds. They laughed at me, told me not to do it again, and let me go.

    Man law.

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    Regarding the OP...I would not have been offended, just would have regarded it is weird (assuming he is a stranger) now if he was a friend and he started fixing me a sandwich that would be gross.

    I have a couple of neighbors who drink heavily, they get hammered in their garages, we are in a new neighborhood, houses packed together...they will go outside of the garage around to the side of the house (in plain view) and pee on the side of the house...thats too much for some (however amusing for me) One time they were at a BBQ at our place and they were smashed, one of them went around the side of my house and began peeing against the side of my house...piss running down the walk way, my wife walks around the corner and gets an eyefull of this...funny sh*t!!, she had me hosing down the side of the house and path with a garden hose....to this day I always bust their nuts about it....both guys are former infantry.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by Flankerdog
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    LOL @ "Man Law"
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    Hmmm... Funny things is...

    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    Sometimes, I wonder why I ever started posting here.

    ******s on the trail and apparently here too.

    Dont worry, I wont let the door hit me on the way out.
    I just saw that JDaniels has logged on as recently as two days ago; which means that he's still around and lurking!

    JD, in all seriousness, don't take the things that are said on this post so seriously and so much to heart. Once you actually meet some of these people in person, you would see that most of them are all really nice folks. I've had the pleasure of meeting allot of MTBR folks over the years and not one has been a dissapointment in person.

    As for flames go, this thread (as funny as it is) isn't anywhere near as harsh as some that I've seen in the past. Passion has had threads that were so filled with hate, anger and general nastiness that some folks have had their I.P. addresses blocked from ever logging on to MTBR. In fact, I'm 99% sure that one person even got fired from their job for flaming folks while using their work PC.

    So, as much as you didn't appreciate someone taking a piss not too far away from where you were standing, take a breath and recognize that everyone has an opinion and ways of doing things, even if you don't agree with them. Take a deep breath, and just let it go; then get out on your bike and just ride!
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