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portable piss pots

when you are at the pub and cant be bothered
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small recycled plastic water bottles that you can piss in, maybe with straps so you can wear them like a back pack
monty, Sep 17 2000

Restop(R) http://www.quakepro.com/Restop/index.htm
Where do you want to go today? [jutta, Sep 17 2000]

Stadium Pal http://stadiumpal.com/
Whiz down your leg without staining your pants. [StarChaser, Sep 17 2000, last modified Oct 21 2004]

TravelJohn urinal bags http://www.traveljohn.com/
For people on the go who have to go. [garylin33, Sep 17 2000, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       Ever seen the movie 'Natural Born Killers'? Just go into the bathroom, flip the valve on the bottom, and have a failed actor with a bad haircut kill you...
StarChaser, Sep 18 2000
  

       At least one portable piss-pot actually exists: the Wickie Portable Plastic Urinal -- "if you're on the go when you've got to go" -- is available in male- and female-compatible models. Originally marketed to private pilots so they wouldn't have to let go of the stick while making an approach. So to speak.
whatsbruin, Aug 31 2001
  

       Buy yourself a catheter kit from a medical suppliers -you can strap the bag to your leg or even put it in your bag, and you won't even have to think about going. The European nobility used to use these in the past. It was considered rather undignified to use the chamber, so little pots were carried around. More disturbingly, those women with the huge hoop skirts did not even vother with the bottle - they would judt stop walking for a minute, do their thing, and then carry on. Imagine what their hems must have been like.
Mouche, Apr 23 2003
  
      
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