aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,

Going, going . . .

The most aggravating thing about winter isn't the snow and ice. It's not road conditions. It's not the holiday music blaring at you or the crowds or the stress of getting it all done. The most aggravating thing about winter is having to pee all the time.

I mean, look -- you step out in the cold, and what happens? Your bladder muscles instantly contract, and you want to pee. And once you get comfortable and come in from running about in the cold? All your muscles relax in the warmth of the house or office and -- you guessed it, you gotta run to the bathroom again. Combine this with the possession of a middle-aged prostate, and it seems like you're "on the go" constantly.


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