Men, do you pee in the sink?

Created by bonnie on Aug 10, 2009

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bonnie

Constableville, NY

#1 Aug 10, 2009
hi, i recently caught my husband peeing in our bathroom sink.

i was absolutely disgusted! He was embarased but started laughing and when I asked him how long he had been doing that he said since we got married! which is 11 years

And he said lots of guys do it, is that true? he said it “saves water” because you don’t have to flush a toilet but I don’t care. when we got talking about it he also claimed he enjoys peeing in the back-yard “watering the grass” as he put it.

i am upset and maybe comments / input from readers can help put this upset in perspective. Thank You.
Hymie Mendelowitz

Warners, NY

#2 Aug 10, 2009
I have pee'd in the kitchen sink, if all the potty's were occupied...and behind the garage, if it is dark....
enough__already

Constableville, NY

#3 Aug 10, 2009
If the only thing he's doing with his **** is peeing in the sink - count your blessings.
Get the Clorox Out

AOL

#4 Aug 10, 2009
He must have been the guy I saw pissing in a sink at a local establishment because there was a line and he didn't want to wait. I think it is a pretty disgusting thing to do and there are not many men that piss in the sink. He must have some type of mental illness because pissing in a sink is not normal. I bet he also pisses in the shower. You better clean the tub before you use it!
Right Back At Cha

Syracuse, NY

#5 Aug 10, 2009
bonnie wrote:
hi, i recently caught my husband peeing in our bathroom sink.
i was absolutely disgusted! He was embarased but started laughing and when I asked him how long he had been doing that he said since we got married! which is 11 years
And he said lots of guys do it, is that true? he said it “saves water” because you don’t have to flush a toilet but I don’t care. when we got talking about it he also claimed he enjoys peeing in the back-yard “watering the grass” as he put it.
i am upset and maybe comments / input from readers can help put this upset in perspective. Thank You.
Here is how you cure that problem:

Next time he is all roused up and ready for fun, tell him to wait a minute...make it a LONG minute, so he eventually follows you into the room, THE BATHROOM.

Hoist up your junk in the trunk and sit on the bathroom sink ready to let loose.

I guarantee, it will kill the moment, and END his pee pee problem. ha ha ha ha...

I call it the "right back at cha!"

Since: Jul 09

Constableville, NY

#6 Aug 11, 2009
as a public service to all women, i am making a list of things all men do, but never admit to their wives.
1. sit down to pee
2. pee in the sink
3. masturbate at least once a day
4. dab the end of their junk with toilet paper, so that last drip don't end up on their pants
5. stare at other women
6. lie to their wife, and tell her, "your my best friend", trust me, no wife is their husbands best friend.
7. look at porn on the computer.
CBetz

Murrells Inlet, SC

#7 Aug 11, 2009
now I'll have Donna chasing me around the house with this list trying to catch me in every episode......
rocky dennis wrote:
as a public service to all women, i am making a list of things all men do, but never admit to their wives.
1. sit down to pee
2. pee in the sink
3. masturbate at least once a day
4. dab the end of their junk with toilet paper, so that last drip don't end up on their pants
5. stare at other women
6. lie to their wife, and tell her, "your my best friend", trust me, no wife is their husbands best friend.
7. look at porn on the computer.
Arwen

Constableville, NY

#8 Aug 11, 2009
rocky dennis wrote:
as a public service to all women, i am making a list of things all men do, but never admit to their wives.
1. sit down to pee
2. pee in the sink
3. masturbate at least once a day
4. dab the end of their junk with toilet paper, so that last drip don't end up on their pants
5. stare at other women
6. lie to their wife, and tell her, "your my best friend", trust me, no wife is their husbands best friend.
7. look at porn on the computer.
Seriously? I brought the poll to his attention and he just seemed so appalled!!! I yelled at him that the sink is less than a foot away (just in case he was lying)
Once a day at least?(#3) Seriously????
Also, doesn't that hurt?(#1) to bend it backwards and all? otherwise I'd think there'd be quite a mess.
Lastly, Rocky do you mean you sit 'in' the sink to pee? My sink is quite small, but it could be the reason it is so loose all of the time whereas it should be attached to the wall but now, not so much.
Thanks for the enlightening words of wisdom. I find you creatures weird yet fascinating.
Tex

Constableville, NY

#9 Aug 11, 2009
rocky dennis wrote:
as a public service to all women, i am making a list of things all men do, but never admit to their wives.
1. sit down to pee
2. pee in the sink
3. masturbate at least once a day
4. dab the end of their junk with toilet paper, so that last drip don't end up on their pants
5. stare at other women
6. lie to their wife, and tell her, "your my best friend", trust me, no wife is their husbands best friend.
7. look at porn on the computer.
LOL but ya forgot one!

8. blow their nose in their dirty underwear
ilion resident

Constableville, NY

#10 Aug 11, 2009
If you ask me peeing in the sink is environmentally responsible and economical and all men should do it and women shouldn’t be pissed off.

One flush of an older-style toilet consumes 3.4 gallons of water! A newer toilet consumes 1.6 gallons as mandated by Congress.

Yes we have abundant water in the Northeast but think about Arizona and Texas and Nevada and many other states.

Water is in critically low supplies.

People tend to take the precious and finite natural resource of water for granted and flush at will like it’s some God given birthright.

But the long-term well-being of our water-deprived western states and our nation as a whole and even our planet in general depends on measures such as men peeing in the sink.

If we can reach agreement that peeing in the sink is a sound practice then men who pee in the toilet may think twice about their wastrel toilet usage and start peeing in the sink as a result of peer pressure.

“Peer pressure” get it? aaaaaaaahahahahahahaha!

Needless to say men need to be sanitary in this practice. When I pee in the sink I always pour water around the sink bowl to “flush” the urine if you will.

That takes like six ounces of water! Versus 3.4 gallons it’s a no brainer folks.

From a cost perspective in the village of Ilion where I live with an old-style toilet this amounts to about $50 savings each year for me alone based on cost avoidance of not peeing in the home toilet eight times a day which is not an awful lot of money but every little bit matters for some of us and I have taught my teenager to do it so we’re up $100 on the year, give or take.

I watch for the occasional “dribble” and make sure I wipe that up with a damp tissue, as circumstances require. I have been peeing in the sink since I was old enough to reach it with my pee-pee. My father taught me and he peed in the sink most of his life. Dad always told me --

“Just don’t let your mother catch you doing this!”
resident

Murrells Inlet, SC

#11 Aug 11, 2009
9. What we scratch with "HER" toothbrush
Tex wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL but ya forgot one!
8. blow their nose in their dirty underwear
resident

Murrells Inlet, SC

#12 Aug 11, 2009
here's another

9. What we scratch with "her" toothbrush
Tex wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL but ya forgot one!
8. blow their nose in their dirty underwear

“Warning: I Type My Opinions!”

Since: Jul 09

Somewhere Near You!

#13 Aug 11, 2009
Arwen wrote:
<quoted text>Seriously? I brought the poll to his attention and he just seemed so appalled!!! I yelled at him that the sink is less than a foot away (just in case he was lying)
Once a day at least?(#3) Seriously????
Also, doesn't that hurt?(#1) to bend it backwards and all? otherwise I'd think there'd be quite a mess.
Lastly, Rocky do you mean you sit 'in' the sink to pee? My sink is quite small, but it could be the reason it is so loose all of the time whereas it should be attached to the wall but now, not so much.
Thanks for the enlightening words of wisdom. I find you creatures weird yet fascinating.
All I can honestly say is "Oh My". Lmfao. As I sit here giggling, I knew a bit of this list was true, but the urinating in the bathroom sink is absolutely gross! Do you know how many times I have dropped my toothbrush????? EEeeeewwwwww!!!! OMG!!! I am so buying a brand new toothbrush today along with 20 bottles of very expensive mouthwash and, and, just EEEWwwwwwwwwwwww!!! LMFAO!!! I have honestly never heard of anyone doing this before. Now I have to ask my man and his sons.

Ok. So. I have just asked 2/2 and 1/2 of the answers were yes. I am totally buying a new toothbrush now! Have to wait for my man to come home from work to find out his reply. Lmfao. OMG Lmfao. ICK!!!!! This is definitely one topic I so didn't need to read. Hahahhahahahahahahahahaha.
i luv ya honey

Constableville, NY

#14 Aug 11, 2009
Tex wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL but ya forgot one!
8. blow their nose in their dirty underwear
i blow my nose in my wife's dirty panties from the laundry hamper mmmmm-mmmmm good LOL!
Piss poor

South Butler, NY

#15 Aug 11, 2009
I piss outside most of the time. In the toilet, not in the sink at home.
House rule...if it's yellow, let it mellow...if it's brown flush it down.
Now at a hole in the wall bar...anywhere is fair game. One exception would be ed & buds...he mounted the sink five foot off the floor. Bastard!
Gargamel

Lake Placid, NY

#16 Aug 11, 2009
I don't see what the big f'ing deal is... Urine is sterile when excreted from the body. If it's promptly rinsed off of the surface on which it falls, where's the harm? You've never seen the episode of Survivor Guy or whatever the frig it's called where he drinks his own pee to avoid dehydration? Same principle... If it's good enough for Bear Gryllis, it's good enough for me... LOL!!!!!

Just like peeing in the shower... Not a big deal. Many more things to worry about than where your partner relieves themselves...

“Warning: I Type My Opinions!”

Since: Jul 09

Somewhere Near You!

#17 Aug 11, 2009
Gargamel wrote:
I don't see what the big f'ing deal is... Urine is sterile when excreted from the body. If it's promptly rinsed off of the surface on which it falls, where's the harm? You've never seen the episode of Survivor Guy or whatever the frig it's called where he drinks his own pee to avoid dehydration? Same principle... If it's good enough for Bear Gryllis, it's good enough for me... LOL!!!!!
Just like peeing in the shower... Not a big deal. Many more things to worry about than where your partner relieves themselves...
Lol. I would seriously like to see an episode of you drinking your own urine and then you come back here and tell us that it's ok. Lmfao
bonnie

Constableville, NY

#18 Aug 11, 2009
OMG I will honestly say I would NEVER thought so many men peed in the sink! At 122 votes 49% of men say they pee in the sink “almost always” or “often!”-- while just 17% report “rarely” or “never.”!!! It’s shocking is what it is! It’s funny how a woman can go along for 37 years with certain ideas about the world and find out one day you’re ALL WRONG, lmfao! Actually I never even thought until I opened the bathroom door and found him standing there with his dick in his hand! BUT – I am still learning and this is educational if nothing else! I have spoken with my husband in depth about this and I guess I am "Okay" with it so long as he is CLEAN about it. he does make a good point about saving water and I am 100% for the ecology. of course I have told my mother and sisters and girlfriends about TOPIX “poll” and this has caused quite a stir to say the leest!

Since: Jun 09

Mohawk Valley

#19 Aug 11, 2009
Actually, the biggest worry in the bathroom: flushing the toilet with the lid up...fecal matter sprays quite a distance. Move those new toothbrushes.
Arwen

Constableville, NY

#20 Aug 11, 2009
_Miley_ wrote:
<quoted text>All I can honestly say is "Oh My". Lmfao. As I sit here giggling, I knew a bit of this list was true, but the urinating in the bathroom sink is absolutely gross! Do you know how many times I have dropped my toothbrush????? EEeeeewwwwww!!!! OMG!!! I am so buying a brand new toothbrush today along with 20 bottles of very expensive mouthwash and, and, just EEEWwwwwwwwwwwww!!! LMFAO!!! I have honestly never heard of anyone doing this before. Now I have to ask my man and his sons.
Ok. So. I have just asked 2/2 and 1/2 of the answers were yes. I am totally buying a new toothbrush now! Have to wait for my man to come home from work to find out his reply. Lmfao. OMG Lmfao. ICK!!!!! This is definitely one topic I so didn't need to read. Hahahhahahahahahahahahaha.
To think I complained about socks on the bathroom floor...who knew? Now my sink will get daily bleach rinsings. My husband denies this, but just in case he is a 'closet' sink pee-er.
Seriously Miley, do we really have to ask these things in order for them to come to light? If you peed in oh say...the bathtub, don't you think the next person to shower/bathe would like to know?

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