Sharing a urinal

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When my editor asked me if I was up for writing some answers to questions women have about urinals, I immediately accepted. Just for kicks, I tallied the of times I peed at work the other day: In about nine hours, I peed 21 times. If he is able to, your average man will always leave a urinal in between himself and another guy.

Because some dudes get weirded out when others stand directly next to them to take a leak when other urinal stalls are open. Probably the biggest part of good urinal etiquette is to not let your eyes wander—or at least to not let anyone know if your eyes are wandering. I usually hold my junk with my left hand and swipe through Tinder with my right, which requires a certain level of skill, but like I said: Sharing a urinal spend a lot of time posted up at the urinal.

I remember doing this once in college when I was peeing next to a guy who some of my female friends said was hung like a moose. I had to see it for myself. But at times it can be super awkward. At my last job, I would actually always pee next to my male bosses, and they would tell me all kinds of news that I would then deliver to my female work partner.

Sharing a urinal

It was good intel and that was one of the only instances in which my frequent-urination issue was a positive thing. Do you? If you do, that strikes me as kind of odd. Serious conversations are usually considered off-limits, as are depressing ones. We try to keep it jovial. Aiming at a urinal is easier, usually, because with most urinals you just have to shoot straight ahead or at a slight downward angle.

The toughest thing in the world from a peeing standpoint, though, is trying to pee in a toilet when you have an erection. The stream goes rogue, man.

Sharing a urinal

And the more we miss, the worse it gets. If I walk into the restroom at work at the end of the day before the custodian has cleaned the floor, there will almost always be a bunch of errant piss pooled on the ground in front of the urinal. Scott Muska is a writer in New York City. You can follow him on Twitter scottmuska or e-mail him at srm gmail. Weight Loss. United States. Type keyword s to search.

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