Really. 

 Why is it so great? 

 

 The cool, wild flower scent softened breeze swirling about ones cajones, the butterfly or bumblebee that zips by at head height and momentarily turns towards your face as if to say "good morning", then zips back to it's routine of pollinating something, the sounds of four or five species of bird threatening one another in the trees, the inherent liberty of not having to actually aim and freedom of being able to just stand there in full dangle-angle while letting fly with the baser of human functions.

 

 It is almost as if it is some sort of meditative moment. Some sort of dude zen , or even a 60 second camping trip.

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Dude zen!I like that. I do not do it often,but it really one of those liberating, makes you feel like a bad boy breaking the rules activities- which sometimes is the best feeling a man can have.

 

 

Stein

There are laws against peeing outdoors?
Yes there are.

damned Fascists. 

 Move out into the country. I pee outdoors probably twice as often as indoors. True story.

Haha indeed, I've done and enjoyed that. Sort of liberating.

haha! +1!

Haha in the US for sure. Indecent exposure. In Guam it was a different matter, LOL. I've seen people piss and shit in the streets after getting wasted during the night. Every time we'd pull into a port the port briefer would tell us that this is a real place and you can't pee or defecate on the road.

But I like peeing outside. If I'm out in the middle of nowhere or in my yard(behind the bushes).

biggest thing for me is not aiming.  that's great.  do it pretty often in my backyard.

 

was told recently by an organic gardner that it's good for your garden, but not to pee directly on the plants.  that steals the no aiming thing, though.

 

The Redhead locked me and the dog out one night while we were draining our bladders.  she claims it was an accident.

Clearly, the redheaded strumpet needs a good paddling.

while the paddling idea sounds promising, i'll assume your choice of "strumpet" was meant in a role-playing scenario and not litterally.  or perhaps you don't know exactly what it means:

 

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/strumpet

 

i know you're too much of a gentleman to call someone's wife that in seriousness when you haven't met or been injured by either of them.  ;)

In point of fact, I have to admit you caught me askew. 

 

 I always thought "Strumpet" meant something more akin to a maid, serving wench, that sort of thing. 

 

 I don't refer to Women as whores even when they are literally, whores.

a common misconception.  i figured that was your intention.  wench and strumpet were archaically often used interchangibly.  must have been fun going out to eat in those days. 

 

now, let's have some beers and piss outside!

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