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Peeing Etiquette

Discussion in 'Basic Scuba Discussions' started by Jafo19D, Sep 7, 2020.

  1. BlueTrin

    BlueTrin ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    How did he catch you ?

    Asking out of curiosity ... for a friend ...
     
  2. Seaweed Doc

    Seaweed Doc MSDT ScubaBoard Supporter

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    The key to the fictitious story is "fell IN."
     
  3. Catito

    Catito Barracuda

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  4. Catito

    Catito Barracuda

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    In my opinion, peeing in a public pool is worse than peeing on the deck of a boat (both gross and selfish). What the heck?
     
  5. The Chairman

    The Chairman Chairman of the Board

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    I was thinking the same thing. Hook up a pipe and get some jet propulsion out of that thing! :D
    Technically, that is a "urinecline"

    A pool without pee is just an ool.
     
  6. TuckerIdaho

    TuckerIdaho Barracuda

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    You realize us boat owners have an entire network that we share who the deck pee-ers are? You're on the list now buddy.
     
  7. BlueTrin

    BlueTrin ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I cannot believe someone would think that peeing on the deck of a boat is ok.

    I think the same of peeing in a pool but someone it seems slightly more accepted socially.
     
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  8. Barnaby'sDad

    Barnaby'sDad ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    No kidding. Part of me is shocked that someone would do that. The other part of me is confused why I would be shocked about that...given all the other ridiculous **** people do these days. Ex. People assaulting retail employees over being told to wear face masks.
     
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  9. Catito

    Catito Barracuda

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    Do not misunderstand me. Both are wrong and gross and I would never do either. I was more grossed out by one person’s comments about peeing in a public pool—which seems to be a greater health risk to the rest of us.
     
  10. Catito

    Catito Barracuda

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    And a little aggressive, TuckerIdaho. You misunderstood my post. It seems to be a man who thinks peeing on a boat is ok. As a woman I am grossed out by that and SUPER grossed out by men peeing in pools. Thanks for the “heads up” but I doubt that I will ever be on a boat in Idaho. If I am (again not likely), I would not pee on it.
     

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