Very often when I’m on line to get into the bathroom for a pee, I see the inevitably longer line of women waiting to get into their bathroom.
I understand the reasons for this and I always feel bad for the women.
I’ve thought of this on line, sometimes while trying like hell to hold it in, and thinking about similar cases w/ women:
I will assume men and women have the same pee flow rate, and the reasons for the line is the whole chick clothing up-and-downing thing, etc.
Now, all people have internalized a “should-I-stay or should-go-now” clock regarding to their urge and the distance, expected crowd, or other factors having to do with the restroom.
This has lead me to believe that women react to far less insistent urge (“vesical pressure”, as Joyce put it)–or_should_–to make their way towards the bathroom, whereas men can put off the decision till later.
Comments? I actually have thought of this often, having bladder troubles of my own.