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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmctav23
    it was an invitation man...
    exactly what I was thinking
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    In our group, some including myself have been known to let it fly while standing over the bike at a rest stop. Don't see the big deal about it. When I first met my wife, she could not believe that people just pee in the woods. Her parents must be related to OP

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    I too peed in the woods.

    I am ashamed.

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    reading this post is stimulating. Hold on I have to go outside. ---------------------------------------------------. Ah much better now. I love the outdoors.
    "Si todos saben lo que ay que hacer por que tenemos problemas" Choose xpst.

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    I just thought of something. If the pee-er in question was trampling cryptogamic soil in order to relieve himself, I'd have been angry too. But, I would have then tried to educate the pee-er about the fragility of said soil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annamagpie
    If the pee-er in question was trampling cryptogamic soil in order to relieve himself, I'd have been angry too. But, I would have then tried to educate the pee-er about the fragility of said soil.
    The OP is trapped in the sh|thole of the South so any crypto is thousands of miles away.

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    Sounds like maybe.....

    OP's a new rider to the sport and was just surprised by it, not so much the deed. Not like it was one of his buddies on the ride with him. Then it'd be different story I would think. Could be wrong.

    50 pee bashing posts on here. Give me a break.
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    ^^^ - sorry, got nothin to do w/ the "sport"
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I wish I could pee in the woods, all I got is cacti and bushes, sigh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by riiz
    I wish I could pee in the woods, all I got is cacti and bushes, sigh...
    watch those teddy bears, yikes
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    Man Law

    Sometimes, a guy's gotta go.

    When outdoors, allow about 30 ft from other guys. (Allow more room if non-mans are present.)

    Set up down wind and point yourself away from others.

    Do what you gotta do. Do not shout about it. (Cross reference man laws on TMI)

    Put things in order and resume your regularly scheduled activities.

    Bystanders corollary: Do not get bent by a guy doing what a guy's gotta do.

    Man law.

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    Do trailbuilders get an exemption?

    Hope the OP wouldn't be offended by trailbuilders peeing in the woods during 4-6 hour build sessions on the weekends maintaining the trails he's riding. We're often a long way from restroom facilities he'd consider appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    is it better to be pissed off, or pissed on?
    As the saying goes in BC ski circles, I'd rather be off piste than pissed off.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Shamelessly urinating in front of other people is sick. Iíve met such individuals for a couple of times and Iíve always wanted to slap the bastard. This is disgusting!

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    OK, as silly as it was for the OP to ***** about someone peeing, I would be a little weirded out if, with all the other places to go (like another 50 feet away), someone I never met before stopped 15 feet away from me in the middle of the woods to piss. Yes, I piss in the woods all the time, yes, I piss 15 feet away from people in the middle of the woods (if they are guys I am riding with, or certain women I know very well). And yes, I have peed in the middle of the woods where people I did not know saw me (including women), but it was not intentional. But what is described in the OP is just a bit off.

    It would not have ruined my ride, or even put a damper on it, but I would be mentally red-flagging that dude as "maybe-not-quite-right".
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudanzas
    Shamelessly urinating in front of other people is sick. Iíve met such individuals for a couple of times and Iíve always wanted to slap the bastard. This is disgusting!
    Great 1st post, pissing on the fire, so to speak,

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    OP should obviously be on a road bike, safe from gross mountain bikers peeing in nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapusta
    Yes, I piss in the woods all the time, yes, I piss 15 feet away from people in the middle of the woods (if they are guys I am riding with, or certain women I know very well). And yes, I have peed in the middle of the woods where people I did not know saw me (including women), but it was not intentional.
    I wish I could slap you!

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    Roadies just pee off the road.

    Just let it rip, wind, rain, passing cars, whatever.
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    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?

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    No.

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    That was a suggestion, not a question.

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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?
    All the time, squat right next to the dudes. How can you see my ass when I'm pissing? Are you one of those weirdos looking up peoples asses?
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudanzas
    I wish I could slap you!
    I think it is safe to assume you are NOT one of the women I would intentionally pee in sight of

    Of course, if I was doing my best to be discrete and you unexpectedly came up on me while doing so, that's your problem if you can't handle it.
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stubecontinued
    OP should obviously be on a road bike, safe from gross mountain bikers peeing in nature.
    I guess you missed the roadie pic in this thread
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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