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When you first got him, your dog relieved himself all over your shiny, clean floors. Eventually, you managed to train him to start going for a pee outside in the yard. So, you need to train him to pee in a specific area.
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The Ocean. If you are female, and at least three feet tall so that the waves do not knock you down, or so I am told, not that I asked or anything. Also the ocean is already salt, so you are just adding apples to apples.
This will not be like your Spring Break. Your Spring Break will be in Lake Havasu surrounded by fruity drinks and horny twentysomethings. I, on the other hand, will be stuck in Virginia traffic yelling at people.
For men it is not too difficult to find a quiet spot, but for women it is much more difficult. Take a water bottle and sip it slowly, and as somebody else said, re-hydrate on the boat on the way back. No, no there is not.
Have you wondered what scuba divers do when they have to pee while diving? When I did Open Water Course, the basic certification in scuba diving, I knew about some of the things that no one tells. But I did not account for an important one — the urge to pee. Over the years, I had managed enough no-place-to-pee situations.
Look, we all need to go sometime. That, and there are many different peeing habits in every country. In Malaysia, most toilets come equipped with a hose for rinsing down the seat, walls, and floor as far as I can tell by the amount of puddles I step into.