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    • Not a movie and is only mentioned but baroness von sketch show season 3 episode 1 has someone offering to pick someone up in their car and says to bad cause they  have heated seats make you feel like you peed yourself. way she says it is funny 3:06  
    • The only time I have peed in a car is when I have been wetting myself a lot and just peed on autopilot while I am driving. I never use a taxi, and I am the driver usually because I don't drink! I avoid peeing in my car because it will upset the heated seats. No one knows more than me about what to look for to see if someone is peeing discreetly, but I would never notice. It is just human nature that the misdirection and distractions work. The thing I would most pick up on is the dressing to wet, but like you sightings have evaded me.
    • I have posted parts of this experience in other forums on PF, but it seems particularly relevant to this thread. My first pee experience outside of the family, which included my mother, and eventually, my younger sisters, came early in grade school, probably first or second grade. I would guess that I was 7 or 8 years old, at the time. I remember a little girl, with curly hair, who always smelled kind of strange, vaguely like urine. Some of the other kids whispered about her, behind her back. But I did not dislike her smell at all. I sort of liked it, but said nothing to her, or anyone else, about her. Girls all wore skirts or dresses over bare legs, and cotton panties, to school, in those times, the mid to late 1940's, in the States. Naughty boys like me were always trying to look up the girls' skirts, to see their panties. Schools had recesses particularly at noon, in which the kids played outside, then used the bathrooms, indoors, and went back to classes. I got back in my desk one day, and was in my seat, when this little girl took her seat, after peeing in the girls' bathroom. As she rotated into her seat, she spread her legs wide, momentarily, and I got a perfect view of her bare thighs, all the way to her panties, which had a very light yellow pee stain in them. But the exciting things for me were several dribbles of liquid, yellow pee, still clinging to her inner thighs, below her panties! I couldn't believe my eyes! Although I had followed my mother into the bathroom many times, when I was much younger, 2½ to 4 years old, an only child, at the time, I had never seen any dribbles on her legs. In fact, I had never seen her lady parts, or how her pee came out, because of her very discreet, seated peeing style, bending forward at her hips, with her thighs pressed tightly together. My baby sister wasn't even toilet trained yet, so I didn't know exactly how girls my age sat when they peed, how their pee came out, or how their legs could get wet. All I knew was that girls and women sat down, when they peed, while boys and men did it standing up. My curiosity and excitement drove me crazy, for several days, trying to figure it all out. I finally summoned all of my courage, and asked my mother, telling her that a girl at school had "wee-wee" (my mother's term) on her legs, and yellow stains in her white panties, and I wondered how they got there. My mother asked me how I knew the girl had "wee-wee" on her legs? Did I look up her skirt? I admitted that I had, and my mother said that wasn't very nice, and scolded me for doing that. And she wouldn't answer my questions, directly, which was very frustrating, to me. But driven by my intense curiosity, I persisted, repeatedly asking very intimate, probably embarrassing questions, about how girls peed. "Where does it come out, exactly? How does it come out? Does it go backwards, toward their bums? Or does it go forward, like a boy's? Does it run down their legs? How do their legs get wet? She finally relented, just to shut me up. She explained that the girl's mother probably didn't teach her how to sit on the toilet properly, bending over forward, so her "wee-wee" would go downward, into the toilet, instead of forward, possibly wetting her legs, panties, and/or the seat. If she would just bend over, my mother said, her legs wouldn't get wet, in the first place. And her mother probably didn't teach her how to wipe herself properly, either, so the dribbles were still on her legs, and her panties were stained, as I had seen and reported, when she came out of the bathroom. Those explanations were satisfying to me, at the time, and I stopped pestering my mother, for details. But soon, I began wondering about all of the other girls I knew at school. How did they sit when they peed? How did their pee come out? Did their legs get wet, and did they wipe them? Could a girl actually do it standing up, like a boy? These questions were the origins of an interest that I have pursued avidly, for the rest of my life. Thanks, little girl! 🙂 Dr. P
    • No she didn't. She had a few beers and I'm sure she didn't have to exert to much pressure for it to flow the way it did.
    • Thank you for the warm welcome.  I couldn't agree more with you regarding respect - without it, everything quickly spirals down to toxic ugliness. As for terms used, I can't think of a single situation where context doesn't dictate what is, or isn't, appropriate, as I think I explained well in my original post. That's why I find the term "pee" hilarious in the context of this site.

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