Stand2pee-Teaching Women How to Pee Standing Up
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September 21, 2010
The only Hollywood-produced instructional DVD that teaches women how to pee standing up without the need of a funnel, gadget or device. Never squat again while hiking, camping or on long road trips; stop worrying about hovering over dirty seats, and when available, stand confidently at a urinal. In a single day you can learn a skill that will be useful any time you are away from home. Companies have been making funnel-type devices that direct your pee for nearly 20-years, and while these gadgets can serve a purpose, most are bulky or environmentally unfriendly cardboard for a single-use. If you forget your FUD (female urinary device) you are SOL (squatting on land).
- MPAA rating : s_medPG13 PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
- Item Weight : 3.74 Ounces
- Media Format : NTSC
- Run time : 40 minutes
- Release date : September 21, 2010
- Actors : Stand2pee-Teaching Women How to Pee Standing Up
- Studio : Stand Top
- ASIN : B0044ZIP7M
- Number of discs : 1
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I can say, with 100% confidence, this is, hands down, the best instructional DVD on how to pee standing up that I've ever seen. Definitely no contest there...
And although Stacy Kwan has the charisma of potted plant, and her lines are delivered with the cadence of an elderly man reading from an Almanac, I can tell she cherishes her craft and is very passionate about this cause. I respect that.
There is one thing that really bothered me about this whole thing though. So much of the video is devoted to justifying the existence of the video. Explaining why it might be beneficial to have this skill, different places you might need to use this skill and so on. Even writing this review, I must strongly resist the urge to justify to you, a complete stranger, why I felt the need to make this purchase. And you know what? That ain't right. (If you absolutely *must* know: It's a Christmas present for my mother) But you don't see people having to make excuses for watching videos on learning card tricks, juggling, whistling, folding a fitted sheet, solving rubix cubes, etc, etc. Why should it matter?
Bottom line is this:
Will this video learn you how to pee upright? IT SURE WILL.
Is it the best instructional DVD in the world for this skill? ALMOST CERTAINLY.