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10

Pissing in public

Pissing in public

I was talking with a couple of co-workers a few days ago about this very subject, so I thought I would post up a thought on the matter:

Americans have for so long been a result of their prudish ancestors. ¬†Most of us live in our little world of happiness and contentment, with the knowledge that the rest of the world is insane if they don’t agree with our ideals and values to the letter.

Look, I don’t care much for taking a whiz in front of just any passerby, but it really ain’t that big of a deal. After all, in Amsterdam it is common. Public urinals are everywhere. (and they do get used). After all, no one is going to be trying to stare at your tiny¬†wiener. And if they are trying to see it, you have bigger problems to deal with than a public piss.

Most European countries I have been to/thru have had some sort of public potty here and there. Americans can probably relax in the fact that public urinals are most likely not coming to a street corner near you. Of course, for those of us that grew up in a rural country setting, taking a piss on the side of the road ain’t no big deal.

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3 Responses to “Pissing in public”


  1. 01/22/2010 at 08:30

    Are they really real, Photoshop work? About 50 years ago in Finland we had, more bigger, but this kind I have not seen. Unbelievable!!!

  2. 01/20/2010 at 21:46

    hehe, I’ve seen those urinals before in big outdoor temporary situations, when an outdoor place is meant to receive a lot of people for a short duration of time.

    For example concerts, festivals and of course the Universities 1 week party called “Queima”. But that’s understandable that the organization of such activities has little other options.

    But everyday, in the middle of a city? That’s new to me!


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