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    I have made with my friend a small bet on who can last the longest, it has been 1 and a half day so far. Could this cause any health related problems?
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    You haven't peed for 2 days? If yes then that is really unhealthy or do you mean poo?
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    How would each other be able to tell?!
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    You haven't peed for 2 days? If yes then that is really unhealthy or do you mean poo?
    Both.
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    (Original post by rawwwwr!)
    How would each other be able to tell?!
    Trust is the only solution. lol
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    Surely that's not possible :/
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    Yeah, this is rubbish. Grow up.
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    Thats groas! Why can't you bet on something normal!? Not "who can bring their bladder closest to exploding"!?
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    (Original post by Munchies-YumYum)
    Both.
    These competitions are stupid.

    My record is 3 days without crapping.
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    (Original post by Munchies-YumYum)
    Trust is the only solution. lol
    LOL I was hoping that was the answer...
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    Dont talk crap

    :teehee:
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    (Original post by Munchies-YumYum)
    Both.
    Surely you would have wet yourself by now....
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    These competitions are stupid.

    My record is 3 days without crapping.
    How did it feel in the toilet after it was over?
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    Surely you would have pooed ... somewhere else.... :eek:

    Tell me, on your bed or on your sofa?
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    Surely you would have wet yourself by now....
    Not if you don't drink as much.
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    You could die if you keep it up, no joke. Forget the bet.
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    (Original post by No Future)
    Short term:

    Not peeing is v bad for you
    Not pooing is bad, but not as bad

    What are the possible consequences?
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    In extreme cases (as in, when people physically can't pee) your bladder can expand until it consumes the space under your belly button. Eventually it would rupture but you won't manage this by will power alone. You are increasing your risk of urinary tract infection and incontinence though. Have fun.
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    (Original post by street.lovin')
    Surely you would have pooed ... somewhere else.... :eek:

    Tell me, on your bed or on your sofa?
    Neither, I can still hold it. Not sure for how long thou.
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    sometimes after i've had a massive night out i don't pee for a day and a half. even though i'm drinking loads. suppose my body needs all the liquid it can!
 
 
 
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