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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. S View Post
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    Show me where I said that? Your being silly now Steve.
    Ok, minor exaggeration but you said ďI see plenty men doing itĒ.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-O View Post
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    Ok, minor exaggeration but you said ďI see plenty men doing itĒ.
    Exactly. I see it when im out on my peeing vigilante shifts.

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    Why do people seem to have a problem with a bloke nipping into the bushes to relieve themselves when we've got thousands of dogs pishing all over the place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. S View Post
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    Exactly. I see it when im out on my peeing vigilante shifts.
    You still havenít explained where youíre seeing plenty men doing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Why do people seem to have a problem with a bloke nipping into the bushes to relieve themselves when we've got thousands of dogs pishing all over the place?
    I bet the female dogs plan their route and wait til they get home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-O View Post
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    I just think there should be (and there probably is) some discretion used by Police. If it's the middle of the street and you're drunk and peeing right in someone's doorway or such like, then it's a fair cop. If you've actually done your best to be discreet, stay away from private property, and there's no viable alternative nearby, then I don't think it's deserving of a fine/conviction.
    Yeah, I agree with that.

    The police will say it's not their job to differentiate between offences. That's the courts' job.

    However, I'm pretty sure the police turn a blind eye to it more often than not.
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    A few years ago in Aberdeen my mate got an on the spot fine for having a pee 'in the street'. He was desperate, it was 2am and he nipped down a side street, into an unlocked goods yard and took a slash down a drain. Mid stream 3 Police officers jumped on him and issued him with the fine. They must have followed him down there. Now he broke the law but it seems a bit of a waste of Police time given he took reasonable grounds to get out of view and to avoid 'contaminating' the area.

    At the same time Aberdeen city Council had a scheme where they had open, uncovered urinals set up on Union Street on weekend evenings for men to pee in. So had we been 20 minutes closer to town my mate could have had a pee in full view of hundreds of people contributing to the resulting stench that anyone who has used high volume use portable toilets will be aware off and been fine but peeing in a drain in a relatively secluded area saw him fined £80.
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    I just think there should be (and there probably is) some discretion used by Police. If it's the middle of the street and you're drunk and peeing right in someone's doorway or such like, then it's a fair cop. If you've actually done your best to be discreet, stay away from private property, and there's no viable alternative nearby, then I don't think it's deserving of a fine/conviction.
    As per PB's post above, seems to me that the most considerate place would be not behind a bush etc but straight down a drain, and better a drain in the public road than in someone's garden.

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    Dogs, cats & horses can relieve themselves without fines (unless the owner is with the dog).
    I think humans are being victimised. Young policemen's prostrates are obviously still in good order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    No-one should be forced to wet themselves. If they can't hold it in any longer, they should pee somewhere. If they get caught for doing so, bad luck, but it's no-one else's fault that they found themselves in that situation.

    The only real alternative would be to allow folk to pee in public, but if that happened, and it wasn't an offence, it would become even more common place.
    Once I hit my mid-twenties I found that after two pints I was at the toilet on a half-hourly basis.

    Twenty years on, I tend to drink wine rather than beer but itís still the same, make sure I go before I leave the pub for example, because if I donít Iíll be needing to go within fifteen minutes.

    I drive a lot with work, usually two or three-hour journeys and I wonít even bother with a coffee for the car unless Iíve got the pit stops carefully planned
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    Fairs do's, different scenario though
    Pro cycling's the spectator sport for you, Mrs S:

    Peeing on the bike can have other benefits, especially if temperatures dip in the mountains or the windswept French countryside. "In races that are soaking wet and freezing cold, I like to piss myself," Cavendish says. "It warms me up for a split second. You get warm and you donít have to fuss around."

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    Pro cycling's the spectator sport for you, Mrs S:

    Peeing on the bike can have other benefits, especially if temperatures dip in the mountains or the windswept French countryside. "In races that are soaking wet and freezing cold, I like to piss myself," Cavendish says. "It warms me up for a split second. You get warm and you donít have to fuss around."
    I dont want to watch it! In my job i clean enough of that and other things up. Its really not a hobby of mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Why do people seem to have a problem with a bloke nipping into the bushes to relieve themselves when we've got thousands of dogs pishing all over the place?
    I suppose it us the difference between being merely domesticated or being civilised.

    Wild birds **** everywhere and I hope you wouldn't advocate our doing the same - and I don't want to hear of any dodgy pornos before someone chips in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
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    I suppose it us the difference between being merely domesticated or being civilised.

    Wild birds **** everywhere and I hope you wouldn't advocate our doing the same - and I don't want to hear of any dodgy pornos before someone chips in.
    Weíd probably be more upset with birds if they were ****ting big human sized turds though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
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    I suppose it us the difference between being merely domesticated or being civilised.

    Wild birds **** everywhere and I hope you wouldn't advocate our doing the same - and I don't want to hear of any dodgy pornos before someone chips in.
    How do you civilise a bladder?

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    Folk clearing their path / driveway when itís still belting down with snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danderhall Hibs View Post
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    Folk clearing their path / driveway when itís still belting down with snow.
    Much easier to keep on top of it rather than have it freeze then more snow on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Much easier to keep on top of it rather than have it freeze then more snow on it.
    Easier to shovel freshly flallen snow than the hard packed or soggy stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Much easier to keep on top of it rather than have it freeze then more snow on it.
    But it's not going to freeze is it? I'm leaving mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    But it's not going to freeze is it? I'm leaving mine.
    It'll compact itself under its own weight, trust me, I fell for this back in 2010 and when it came to the point of clearing I was lifting sheets of ice 6 inches thick.
    I'm clearing the snow once a day, akin to painting the Forth bridge but it's easy enough to stay on top of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    But it's not going to freeze is it? I'm leaving mine.
    Already compacted and frozen underneath.
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    People who sit in their car in the snow, Rev the arse out it, spin the wheels, car doesn’t move. Oh, I know, I’ll keep revving and revving, and spinning the wheels, it’s bound to work eventually, the 45 minutes I’ve been here doing it and getting nowhere at all don’t count. idiots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Already compacted and frozen underneath.
    Lucky I live in Musselburgh

    Will be clearing it tomorrow though for something to do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    People who sit in their car in the snow, Rev the arse out it, spin the wheels, car doesnít move. Oh, I know, Iíll keep revving and revving, and spinning the wheels, itís bound to work eventually, the 45 minutes Iíve been here doing it and getting nowhere at all donít count. idiots
    I was in the supermarket yesterday and some idiot was doing just that. There was a queue of around 4 cars behind him as he kept spinning the wheels. Eventually everyone got fed up and we drove round him. Heís probably still there.

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    Ive never said a woman has never peed in the street but its not a common occurrence. Happy to be proved wrong,anybody say when they last saw a woman pee outdoors? Im in my 50s and can hand on heart say that me and my pals have never ventured there since toddlerhood
    I had to stop my taxi dozens of times over the years to allow passengers to pee outside, most of the journeys were less than 10 minutes. I'll guess 40% of them were female. I only ever had two who let flow in their seat and both were women.

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    Peeing outside is legal if you're a diabetic!

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    Not sure why either either popped into my head, but the original stories to, not going to the MK Dons game and a Jambo crying on a balcony in Bulgaria, both passed me by.

    What was the origins of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Not sure why either either popped into my head, but the original stories to, not going to the MK Dons game and a Jambo crying on a balcony in Bulgaria, both passed me by.

    What was the origins of them?
    The MK Dons stuff arose when AFC Wimbledon were first due to play MK Dons at MK Dons. AFC fans were boycotting it in protest at the fact the club had relocated and rebadged itself from the original 'Wimbledon'. That led to the thread about not going, not organising a bus, not watching the highlights etc etc.

    The Bulgarian balcony tears were I think a straight lift from a post on Keechback. Not sure if it was a genuine HOMFC fan or one of us. Their site was absolutely riddled with us at one point, posting all sorts of silliness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    The MK Dons stuff arose when AFC Wimbledon were first due to play MK Dons at MK Dons. AFC fans were boycotting it in protest at the fact the club had relocated and rebadged itself from the original 'Wimbledon'. That led to the thread about not going, not organising a bus, not watching the highlights etc etc.

    The Bulgarian balcony tears were I think a straight lift from a post on Keechback. Not sure if it was a genuine HOMFC fan or one of us. Their site was absolutely riddled with us at one point, posting all sorts of silliness.
    Didn't somebody ask if people fancied going to the mk game? And then everyone said no?

    The tears was someone on KB saying they were on a hotel balcony in Bulgaria in tears of happiness because of some bull****.
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    Mrs Brown's boys. Least funny drivel in TV history

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