Where's the icon for the mind bleach?
Desperately trying to un-see what has been seen.
A German firm hitherto dedicated to taking the piss out of men has now turned its attention to women, with the urine-sucking Ladybag. The Lady Bag Yup, what we have here is allegedly the "world's first pocket urinal for women", which will put an end to cross-legged queuing up at lavatories, "squirming on disgusting toilets" …
...pop into your local camping shop, or Boots. It comes with a handy spout to assist aiming which I'm advised makes it easier. Something one might have thought dear to Jerry.
The she-wee would appear to be easier to use standing/sitting, whereas this might only suit a squatting position, which might not always be possible, but i'm chromosomaly unable to test this.
AC for the sheer humiliation of knowing this.
Might I humbly suggest that the composer of the headline of this piece takes a grammar lesson?
Quite apart from anything else there is the appalling implication that one bag is to be used by more than one woman, whether or not they are involved in a Finnish wife-carrying challenge at the time.
...with she-wees is that you're still left with a liquidy problem at the end of it all - not great in a car, etc. The male version sounds great for festivals - sounds better than keeping a large bottle in that antechamber bit.
Lager because let's face it, it's the cause of moist toilet emergencies.
Lester, what are you thinking? Please use "The Reg online standards", which indicate that we are talking about 0.1667 MilliJubs (*).
Now that's a measurement which I understand.
(*) As per http://www.theregister.co.uk/Design/page/reg-standards-converter.html
Lacking the targeted genitalia, I must use my own imagination to try and imagine if this would work as intended. I'm stuck on "It can be used in cars, or to avoid dirty toilets or at open-air festivals when you don't want to queue. You can just nip round the back of the toilet and use this." I can only assume she means used while seated in a car, but I would imagine the positioning would be difficult to achieve to prevent any "spillage". And forget about it if you're wearing pants.
Also, the company may want to think twice before telling people to do their business out in the open considering that doing so is an arrestable offense and will likely get you put on the sex offenders register.
Having been accompanied by various women on many long drives and to a few festivals, I can state with 100% certainty that it is in fact possible for them to urinate without the presence of any kind of artificial device.
The process involves: finding or making cover*, relocation of lower garments and then assuming a squatting position and letting nature take its course.
*if no cover can be found, then a friend may improvise some cover by simply holding a large coat or towel.
I assume this idea of storing the urine in a bag for later use is just a fetish of some kind.
Filling a need we didn't know we had, at the expense of the landfills. How is this more useful than an adult diaper? Seems to me the unreferenced* but well-known NASA love-triangler had the right idea.
@ Eh? AC - if one wears a skirt, there's no exposure in the arrestable sense. Then again, if one wears a skirt, one doesn't need the wee bag...
@ northern monkey - the liquidy problem is what this solves, using super-absorbent crystals to soak the stuff up.
@Steve Evans - FYI, Germans (incl. some women) drink from litersteins, which is almost 2 pints imperial and just over 2 pints US. And IIRC, a half-liter of beer (about a pint) is the smallest measure you can get in a pub.
* Missed one there, Lester...
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