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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    We've been together 3 years and still don't fart in front of each other. I was with my exH 12 years and we also never farted in front of each other. Each to their own but it's definitely not my style.
    I was with an ex for 3 years and never farted in front of him. I would get massive stomach aches and have to go for "walks" to let them out.
    When we broke up I vowed never again. Literally on our second date, I said to now DH, I have to fart. I've been holding them in for 3 years and if you can't handle it too bad. I farted. We laughed. Best thing ever. Our rule is not to fart just for the hell of it. Like we don't fart in bed or at the dinner table but if I'm taking a **** and let one rip while he's there it's no big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Is pee really that germy though? Like I wouldn't want to drink it but I don't think it is that bad. I drink tones of water though so my pee is barely yellow and doesn't really have a pee smell, maybe that's why I don't think it's so bad!
    Urine should be sterile. If it isn't then there's something wrong.

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    Urine isn't sterile.

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    This!

    http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/1053599/8-reasons-you-should-pee-in-the-shower-today

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Urine isn't sterile.
    This. Nothing in or on a human is sterile. We are full of and covered in bacteria (very low levels).

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    Gross! I freaked at H when he said he does it... guess who cleans the shower now!

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    I always thought everyone peed in the shower, like it was just the done thing. As soon as I turn the shower on, it's like an instant thing I need to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    I always thought everyone peed in the shower, like it was just the done thing. As soon as I turn the shower on, it's like an instant thing I need to do.
    I'm the opposite. I always thought I was the only one that did it haha. I can go to the toilet right before but as soon as that water hits I need to go again.

    After I had my first baby, I had a second degree tear and all the midwives insisted on going while in the shower as the water makes it less painful.

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    Pee SHAMERS!!!

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    Gee, bubhub is a real eye opener.
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