P1ssing in Sinks

#1
What is it about using the Hot and cold running urinal?

Ever since i done my class one many moons ago and was put in a bunk with a sink i started using it as a peeing sink , and not neing arrsed to walk the extra fifteeen meters to walk to the bog.

For there i went to another place where i had another sink in my room , and lo and behold yet again i started using that in the same manor.

Yes i know its un hygenic to do, considering you wash, shave, and clean your teeth in the same place , but there is something about it just makes you do it.

I have as you all probablly know, left the forces now, and it been just over 2.5 years since doing so, and now the sink, in my bathroom is less than 2 ft away the toilet , but i still do it?

Am i the only one, or are there others who perform this action?
 
#3
you are not alone at all i do it too, the sink is just the right hight so you can just flop it out and p1ss hands free which frees up time to do other things.
 
#6
Brand new single accomodation in Dishforth nearly 15 years ago, and guess what? A sink in every room! The block toilets hardly got used except for a dump. Every room smelt like the Gents toilets at Paddington Station! I never did it though, honest.......
 
#11
As stated i know its unhygenic but it so convienant, to do it, especially after a few beers, Like i have stated i still do it now, and it drives the new misses crazy, butat least it makes her clean the sink before using it!!
 
#12
Temple said:
It's just plain idle, disgusting and unhygienic, I've never understood why people think it's funny/acceptable

Because it just is you humourless fundamental orifice. It's even funnier watching a bloke off his face trying to do it without swamping himself in the process :lol:
 
#17
Whatever you think about it, it's a perfectly natural reaction to the Army's slow and incremental introduction of porcelain requisites to barrack and mess accommodation. In other words, if you've got a sink and no pi$$er, you're gonna use the sink...

A liberal dash of bleach after each 'visit' is a good idea though.
 
#18
My 6yr old lad's always on the loo so until recently I' would often stand in front of him and micturate in the harmy manner. Until - last week, the wife was in the loo and the boy walks in, says, "Don't worry mummy - Daddy showed me what to do" and proceeds to climb on top of the bath and point Percy at the basin.

I don't do it anymore. Well, not much.
 
#19
I'm another sink filler but my missus hasn't caught me yet. What realy grips her sh1t is when I insist on having a slash in the garden after a few sherbets. Dunno why but I always enjoy seeing how much of my pish I can get into the neighbours garden before the flow runs out...
 
#20
Pielover

Rather than berating you, your good lady should be congratulating you on your environmental friendliness. Every time you slash in the garden(s), you're saving 6 litres of water.
 

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