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    My Ride today. Passion removed by jackwagon rider

    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.
    Hey! Whatsa matta You? Gotta no respect! Whata think you do? Why you looka so sad? Itsa nicea place! Hey! Shaddap you face!

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    You gotta go, you gotta go I guess.

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    Doesn't take much to ruin your day, does it?
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    your right, it disgusts me when humans urinate in forests. I mean, animals are one thing, but humans, c'mon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopartodd
    Doesn't take much to ruin your day, does it?
    It was quite unexpected.
    We werent properly introduced.
    Hey! Whatsa matta You? Gotta no respect! Whata think you do? Why you looka so sad? Itsa nicea place! Hey! Shaddap you face!

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    it was an invitation man...

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    Next time remove your panties before hitting the trail.

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    whats a chutzpah? are you mad because he peed or because his penis is bigger than yours?

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    I'd be more mad at the person pulled over texting, to be honest. Though your child's health is an understandable concern.

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    my day is ruined now after hearing the horrors that occur on the trails

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    Bfd.

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    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.
    Hey! Whatsa matta You? Gotta no respect! Whata think you do? Why you looka so sad? Itsa nicea place! Hey! Shaddap you face!

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    so as a result of seeing someone pee on a trail, you've lost your passion for bike riding?

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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.

    If a tree is peed upon in the forest, does anyone whine about it?
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    sounds to me like you need to get back on your road bike and well....keep riding!! I am sure you have never thought where people pee when backpacking....how about big wall climbing...or I bet all those guys in the peloton pull over and use the restroom. He PEE'D BFD it's a natural thing...in nature!! At least he didn't do it while you were talking I bet you never pass gas in public either!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    If a tree is peed upon in the forest, does anyone whine about it?
    yes, JDaniels does

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkrw3
    sounds to me like you need to get back on your road bike and well....keep riding!! I am sure you have never thought where people pee when backpacking....how about big wall climbing...or I bet all those guys in the peloton pull over and use the restroom. He PEE'D BFD it's a natural thing...in nature!! At least he didn't do it while you were talking I bet you never pass gas in public either!?
    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...
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    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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    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

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    my day was ruined too!

    Went for a ride, smooth singletrack, great weather, not another rider in sight...everything was going well, but soon I got the "call of nature" if you know what I mean. Lucky for me, I often ride this trail, and there is a convenient spot up ahead to throw down my bike and "water the grass".

    I come around the corner and there is jackwagon texting on his cell phone, right in the middle of the path (ok, a little off to the side.) I squeezed by him, said "hi" and then decided, what the hell, he's texting, I'm going to take a piss. Screw him.

    I was soo angry, I could barely pee, needless to say, damn texter ruined my damn day.

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    Good thing you didn't see what I left on a trail in Sedona after some really bad Mexi food.
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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.

    Me too. I think the OP ruined my day with all his crying.

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    OP was just angry he didn't meet up with this guy in the restroom. OP is a possible cottager.
    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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    Yep, "tooling along" sounds about right.
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    One day I was pedaling up the nice hill and there were two dudes, one of them was leaking. Leaking dude sees me and finishes his stuff hastily and(probably) prematurely. When I reached the top of the hill he is going: "Geesh, I though you are a girl, glad you are not" Me: "In the same situation I would actually prefer a girl, to each his own"

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    Yay! More roadie panty-bunching in mountain biking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dompedro3
    Went for a ride, smooth singletrack, great weather, not another rider in sight...everything was going well, but soon I got the "call of nature" if you know what I mean. Lucky for me, I often ride this trail, and there is a convenient spot up ahead to throw down my bike and "water the grass".

    I come around the corner and there is jackwagon texting on his cell phone, right in the middle of the path (ok, a little off to the side.) I squeezed by him, said "hi" and then decided, what the hell, he's texting, I'm going to take a piss. Screw him.

    I was soo angry, I could barely pee, needless to say, damn texter ruined my damn day.

    the thread has been completed.

    carry on with your business.

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    Pee is organic.

    Anyone remember the "South Park" episode where Kyle and Cartman's in the pool and all the little kids jump in and turn it golden and they have a fit? I didn't think this applied to mtbrs and singletrack but I guess I'm wrong.

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    I have been waiting for a thread about this! I have been too much of a pansy to start one.

    So whats the etiquette for peeing on the trails? (not on the trails, off to the side!(thats where those random puddles come from!))

    And dont say you dont do it. I know all of you weight weenies are happily losing those few grams on solo rides.

    For the record, i do it privately. I walk off the trail and i pee downhill listening for others. I wouldnt wanna disturb anyones day or anything! Or look like a hobo in new york.

    I agree with the o.p. that peeing right infront of a stranger is a little uncalled for. But i wouldnt let it wreck my day.

    So whats the deal? Is this frowned upon? Fill me in.

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    and urine is sterile for christ's sake. not "nasty" like most people think. if i HAD to chose between getting spit on and pissed on (same amount of fluid for arguments sake) i'd take the golden shower.
    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 used to **** and pee everywhere... had to, outfield during army, they didn't have toilets.

    And I'm the kind that cleans public toilet seats before using them. Lol~ Gotta do what you gotta do man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepo5669
    So whats the etiquette for peeing on the trails? (not on the trails, off to the side!(thats where those random puddles come from!))


    So whats the deal? Is this frowned upon? Fill me in.
    Ya gotta do what ya gotta do. My best trailside piss was at the top of the mountain on a bright, sunny day. Pulled off the trail, nothing more glorious than pissing over the cliff and into the valley....
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    Wow, good thing he didn't drop a deuce beside you! haha

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    is that a barbed wire tat around his thigh??? fackin tough 'core roadie right there.

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    Ya buddy I'm just gonna ride a quarter mile back to the trail head for you mr.stranger sir to relieve myself.

    I will grab you some Grey Poupon for you while I'm there.

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    You can't use the word "chutzpah" in this context. It comes from Hebrew, and native Hebrew speakers make no bones about watering the grass (or asphalt for that matter) wherever the mother Nature calls them, no matter who and of what gender is around.

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    Ya gotta do what ya gotta do. My best trailside piss was at the top of the mountain on a bright, sunny day. Pulled off the trail, nothing more glorious than pissing over the cliff and into the valley....
    That sounds majestic!

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    I ride solo, early in the morning. If I've got to take a leak, I just stop on the trail and whiz right over the top tube. I've never even given that a thought. Gosh I hope I haven't made any biker or hiker cry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaryfast
    so as a result of seeing someone pee on a trail, you've lost your passion for bike riding?
    It looks like he lost his passion for us. Probably influenced by the comments that not a single one of us would have been bothered by it. I guess I am a jaded lowlife as well because it would only have bothered me if he had walked across the trail and used the tree right beside me and then I would not have been offended so much as annoyed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko G
    my day is ruined now after hearing the horrors that occur on the trails
    That's too funny.

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    I got busted letting her rip one time.

    I dind't know I was peeing next to another trail and had some female voyeurs come walking up as I was in mid stream. lmao!

    lol one of the girls said so thats how they do it ! hahahaha!

    I'm glad I didn't ruin there day and I learned to take a second look before whipping it out.

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    I have no shame.

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    I try to be sure there is no one right by me and go behind a tree if possible. One of my medications makes me pee a lot so when I gotta go I gotta go. Plus the trails I ride don't have Porta Pots in the woods.

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    I pee in the woods quite a bit. There is no restrooms at my trailhead.

    Now that I think of it, I rode upon a bear taking a $hit in the woods, last year. So..... Yes. Bears also $hit in the woods.

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    Pull off, find a tree... The next rider might be a woman.

    That being said, I have encountered guys relieving themselves trailside and changing into/out of their chamois at the trailhead; they tend to be far more embarrassed than I when I happen upon them.

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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.
    You say stupid things and are surprised when you're called out on it?

    Only March and already a strong candidate for Stupid Topic thread of the year

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    I think he was just letting you know it was hi trail. Marking it up before you claimed it.

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    I pee outside all the time.
    Blow snot outta my nose , farmer-style, all the time.
    Hawk a loogie once in awhile.
    Fart regularly.

    I won't get into the other stuff, seeing as how this ain't the women's lounge.

    Hope your day goes better.

    PS My insincere apologies to anyone I may have grossed out

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