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    Default Ladies would you use one of these?

    (figured it fit this sub forum because you can pee in nature, but please move if it's wrong)

    The SheWee



    Now girls can stand up and pee! No more sqatting behind bushes, or hovering over disgusting toilet seats. Simply carry a SheWee with you and you can wee just like a bloke. This simple plastic device is reusable and hygenic.

    Shewee doesn't just offer equality with men, but is a real and revolutionary device which will change women's lives.

    Designed with women of all ages and occupations in mind, the compact Shewee will soon be as much of a handbag essential as your lipstick!

    Whether you choose to use Shewee to avoid sitting on less than desirable public toilet seats, or if your job or favourite hobby makes going to the toilet in the usual squatting stance difficult, Shewee is a brilliant solution.

    The list of uses below are just a few of our suggestions, but there are many more occasions when Shewee will prove invaluable.

    General uses:

    - When faced with a grubby public toilet

    - In foreign countries with unconventional facilities

    - When giving a specimen for medical testing

    - When you are stuck in traffic (a bottle would also be required!)

    - When on a long walk in the country

    - Elderly or disabled women who find bending difficult

    Occupational uses:

    - Women in the armed forces; camouflaged bottoms will no longer be necessary
    - Commercial drivers

    - Police Women

    Hobby related uses:

    - Climbers

    - Campers

    - Skiers

    - Festival goers (we all know the stories about the toilets at festivals!)
    - Hikers/Ramblers

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    I think maybe I would, especially at a festival or a long walk situation, portable potties just don't look as a cool either and I've always wanted to pee standing up and write my name in the snow.

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    I don't think I spend much time in research, trial and error seems more my thing.
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    I never seen that in Korea...

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    Shewee doesn't just offer equality with men, but is a real and revolutionary device which will change women's lives.
    It's a funnel for God's sake.
    Is not to be held accuntable for peeling errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaula View Post
    It's a funnel for God's sake.
    Does it come in other colors?

    And how do you wash it off right after, so it doesn't, um, drip everywhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post

    And how do you wash it off right after, so it doesn't, um, drip everywhere?
    I was thinking about that earlier on lol no idea, trial and error.
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    And how do you wash it off right after, so it doesn't, um, drip everywhere?
    Be like a man, give it one or two shakes but no more.
    Is not to be held accuntable for peeling errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    And how do you wash it off right after, so it doesn't, um, drip everywhere?
    My thoughts exactly... lousy on the storage side. No thank you. There's nothing wrong with squatting by a bush.

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