I have no sprinkles to chase after, only a coherent mass of liquid that slithers forward like an oil spill. Standing to wee, however, apparently activates a host of discreet muscles in the pelvis and spine which prevent proper urination. Apparently the problem is more pronounced in public toilets where men flex these muscles more often, mainly to prevent themselves from letting go enormous and embarrassing farts. Thinkstock I asked Zacharie why he likes sitting down better: Was it because of my picture? As a man in the process of being usurped by three sons - all conventional lean-back and stare at the ceiling types - I wage this battle daily.
The pros and cons of a man sitting down to pee - The Oatmeal
Men are weirdly defensive about peeing sitting down. What if you tried peeing sitting down for a bit? The only thing stopping them is that it would be quite messy. These days, the bravest everyday thing you can do as a man is to rebel against that restrictive masculine orthodoxy.
Sweden Wants To Change A Fundamental Part Of Masculinity
It makes less mess no splattering! After all, much of modern masculinity is made up of trivial things; molehills blown up into mountains by dint of repetition and brute-force tactics. Men, meanwhile, seem content being messy on the regular. It seems pointless to ask why men care so much about such a trivial thing.
The NBA finals were on. I know the layout of my master bath, and can pee in the dark with a high degree of accuracy. For more, CMLisawesome is on Twitter. How rage-inducing must it be to live with some dolt who: What makes it a cause of suspicion? But, really, I just wanted someone with a different outlook. Most men are a bad aim at least some of the time, and sitting down eliminates that problem.