Nature Calls But No Nature Catchers

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Mike L.R.'s Comment
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So i dont mean to be gross and use a bunch on potty words (yes i said potty words. I was preschool teacher for 12 years. Its kind of a habit ). But what do you do if nature calls and there are no bathrooms or even a Johnny On The Spots. I know for us guys we if we have to pee we find a tree or whatever but what about when you have to well... you know what i mean. Sorry if i offend anyone about this topic if it is too inappropriate i understand if you delete it.

I'll hang up now and listen to your responsive

Colleen W.'s Comment
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As a girl going up in the mountains of Wyoming, I learned to pee downhill from your shoes.

David's Comment
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I carry TP for emergency reasons. I will do my best to hold it tell I can go but, I do have an "emergency" toilet. (Old person pooper) and a bag of cat litter. In a pinch I have a way.. I have never needed it but its there.

Ken C.'s Comment
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I've heard Walmart Bags and a trash bucket work well in case's of extreme emergency....

RedGator's Comment
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Pee in a bottle. Or for the less skilled or woman. . Pee in a cup and pour into a bottle. Because lets face it there isnt always a bathroom and im not into treesrofl-3.gif

Phil C.'s Comment
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Do a "radiator check", open the hood and then pee so the puddle looks like it came from the radiator!

Matt S.'s Comment
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So i dont mean to be gross and use a bunch on potty words (yes i said potty words. I was preschool teacher for 12 years. Its kind of a habit ). But what do you do if nature calls and there are no bathrooms or even a Johnny On The Spots. I know for us guys we if we have to pee we find a tree or whatever but what about when you have to well... you know what i mean. Sorry if i offend anyone about this topic if it is too inappropriate i understand if you delete it.

I'll hang up now and listen to your responsive

When I go overnight four wheeling in the back country, we carry a Home Depot dookie bucket and kitty litter. Then, we just dig a hole and bury. Of course, we also have a little bit of reserve water for getting rid of skid marks. Apologies if this is too graphic.

Phil C.'s Comment
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For number 2 these are great to have along with you, called a wag-bag, it has everything you need even some hand sanitizer and it is legal to toss it into any trash can: trucker waste disposal bags

Phil

Jolie R.'s Comment
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As a girl going up in the mountains of Wyoming, I learned to pee downhill from your shoes.

I will remember this! smile.gif

guyjax(Guy Hodges)'s Comment
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I keep a supply of baby Wipes on the truck. If it's really that bad of an emergency then it's going to be messy.

I have an office trash can on the truck. The rectangular 13 gal ones every office has. Perfect size for the truck. Doubles as an emergency bathroom if need be.

And what is this? Apologizing for talking about normal body functions that EVERYONE has? Really? You acted like we are talking about what guys do alone when no one else is around and it's perfectly normal. Even if your married. Last I checked everyone was an adult here and if this little bit of informative info offends someone then better run away from trucking cause your about to be offended on a daily basis out here and in much worse ways. Suck it up and grow a pair, yea gals you to cause you will need them to put up with the neanderthals out here, and speak straight and forthright. Nothing was every gained by tip toeing around the edge.

Doubles:

Refers to pulling two trailers at the same time, otherwise known as "pups" or "pup trailers" because they're only about 28 feet long. However there are some states that allow doubles that are each 48 feet in length.

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