Posts Tagged ‘popping a squat’
November 27th, 2013 | Stacy Kwan
Girls, if you’ve been on the fence about buying the Stand2Pee DVD, or if you want to get your gal-pals the best gift ever, one that keeps on giving all year and every year, now is your chance to get it for just $12.95! Yes, the Stand2Pee DVD is on sale for a limited time now at Amazon.com
I meet people all the time who want to pick one up for themselves or a friend or a bachelorette party, and now the perfect stocking stuffer is here, early for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There is no excuse to popping a squat and complaining about it with this being so affordable and coming direct from Amazon!
January 25th, 2013 | Stacy Kwan
Think for a moment how many events the average woman attends in her lifetime where the ability to pee standing up would be faster, cleaner and easier. Dozens, easily. Hundreds, for sure. Thousands, possibly.
The mall, the movie theater, hiking, camping, bonfires, concerts, clubs, ball games, and probably dozens more.
It seems where women typically have the hardest time are at large-scale music festivals where there are porta-potties and the bushes, and not much else. On occasions, the show organizers wheel in portable urinals, and this solves the problem for men, but as you can see here, the lack of Stand2Pee knowledge promts these gals to pop a squat right next to the available urinals for the simple reason – they don’t know how to pee standing up. It is a problem with a solution, and it does not come in the shape of a funnel!
October 12th, 2010 | Stacy Kwan
The Debate: Why learn to pee standing when I can use a device to assist me, a FUD, or as some affectionately call a Female Urinary Device?
P-Mate, Go-Girl, Urinelle, She-Nis, you name it, I’ve tried them. Out of curiosity, I ordered these products to try to see the effectiveness of these devices when I was tired of having to pop a squat to pee.
The P-Mate, which is very similar to the Urinelle and other products that go by different names, seemed a bit flimsy, since it is just cardboard. My first impression: Gross, uncomfortable, flimsy, the paper material of the P-Mate felt uncomfortable against my skin – I thought I was going to get a paper cut!
It dripped when I was finished peeing, and then another
question came to mind: where would you toss it if you were out
camping or hiking? In the bushes? Would you put a pee-soaked paper product in your pocket? Then it would become trash and litter! Also,
if you needed to pee for a long time, the product seemed to get flimsier
because of the paper material. The funnel gave no trajectory for the pee
so it basically landed near my foot. Finally, you need to always buy more after you run out. It seemed to do the trick when in need, but after I had finished, I did not feel *clean* down there if you know what I mean.
All in all, I would not want to carry around a filthy funnel after having
used it and I sure wouldn’t feel comfortable tossing it in the trash and contributing to suburban landfill.
More on other products in upcoming blogs, but keep this in mind: funnel or your own body? Training wheels or skills? Funnel or Stand2Pee.com?
October 3rd, 2010 | Stacy Kwan
Many have asked this question: “Why would a girl want to learn to pee standing up?” Most doubt that this skill is possible for a woman, and some women claim they have never had a need to pee anywhere other than a clean toilet and never outdoors. But ask yourself: Do you enjoy outdoor activities? Do you play sports? Ever go backpacking, hiking or camping? Do you enjoy nightlife, clubs or concerts? Have you ever found yourself away from a bathroom and really needed to pee, and there you were outside with no other option? Did you pop a squat and pee?
Some girls have never experienced this and live in a bubble, but they are in the minority. Sure, the occasional squat outdoors isn’t that bad, but what if you were in a situation where squatting to pee wouldn’t be desirable, or if you knew ahead of time you’d be squatting several times that day, like on a hiking trip? Or imagine you are at a bonfire and need to pee; the sand is unstable and you could easily tip over while squatting. The wind is blowing the sand all around you and into your pants, and the guys are just standing up and aiming. And of course we have all used public restrooms say, at a park or movie theater, and you know those toilets tend to be very unsanitary and can smell atrocious.
I would like to share on personal experience from when I was on a hiking trip in Yosemite National Park, a number of years ago. There was a long line for the outhouses at the beginning of the trail, and the stall I ended up in smelled like death! It was basically a big toilet that had no running water and had flies buzzing all over the place. It was disgusting!
My guy friends on that trip could just stand away from that filth and shoot right in with no problem. We girls, however, had to somehow hover or squat over the toilet, or heaven forbid, sit on the seat without a seat cover! Of course we could always pop a squat outside near a bush, where tons of people were walking by and something could crawl into your pants. What a choice!
The Stand2Pee Instructional DVD will allow you the opportunity to learn how to pee standing up from the convenience of your own home without the assistance of any funnels or devices. That’s right, women CAN learn to pee standing up naturally! Our DVD will guide you step-by-step, training you with the necessary progressions to prepare mentally and physically to pee standing up with bottoms on AND without the use of any devices.
Learning to pee standing up will definitely help those who find themselves squatting when they have no other options, waiting in long lines for a dirty stall…plus it’s incredibly cool!