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    I do. It all goes down the same pipe anyway!

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    Default peeing in the shower

    After my CS and other surgeries the nurses encouraged me to pee in the shower. As it's easier and you're relaxed.

    I don't at home anymore because the bottom of the shower is filled with kids toys and cups for them to play with. My 4yo likes to make potions with the various soaps. But last night she said she had pee'd in the cup. I hoped she was joking but nope

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homeschooling4 View Post
    I do. It all goes down the same pipe anyway!
    Depends where you live. In a lot of existing houses shower water is grey water and toilet water is black water so treated differently.

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    I do. We used to have a bathroom and the toilet was all the way down the other end of the house (no idea why) but after undressing and turning the shower on and then realising I'm busting, there was no way I was running naked down the hallway. Now I'm pregnant, I find it hard to control my bladder, I could pee before going for a shower, get in the shower and need to pee again. I would never in a public shower though. My shower also gets cleaned pretty often so meh. It's easy and convenient.

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    Omg I've never done this and think it's so gross, like pee going all around your feet, and the poor person who has to clean the shower, my other half does it, and the toilet is in the same room as the shower. I agree why not go before you get in the shower, I've been in the room when he's done it, the heat with the pee smell makes me wanna vomit

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    No, I find it really disgusting (no offense). My DH used to, but after a number of tantrums by me he stopped.

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    Me dh ds all do.. It doesn't make the shower dirty.. Mixes and diluted with water straight away. We even do it when all in shower at once. Just not on each other.. But is just wee isn't it good for foot infections to wee on your foot? Haha something like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Bloody gross. However I won't throw too many stones as I don't want to break my glasshouse..
    Would you feel differently it wearing shoes in the shower (even at home) was compulsory? ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsIsMe View Post
    I don't because I couldn't stand to pee on my own feet! We also have a double shower in our ensuite and shower together of a night so extra no way LOL shower separately of a morning and nope, still can't get over peeing on own feet haha!
    You're so considerate, we have a single shower and if we ever shower together, I saw "I need to pee" and he has about 1 second to push himself into the corner of the shower to avoid the pee heading towards the drain 😂 I'm such a gross creature, I don't know how I ever found someone who would commit to spending their life with me 😂

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    All the time.
    It all gets connected at the same pipes together and saves water.
    Out toilet is not in the bathroom either.


 

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