to despise it when adults say "I need a wee"

(195 Posts)
PopUpWorkshop Sat 18-May-13 18:46:35

or "I'm going for a wee" or "He's gone for a wee" etc.

Can't you just go to the loo without announcing it, or just refer to it as "the loo".

Adults "going for a wee" is childish and ever so common! So there!

ComposHat Sun 19-May-13 14:30:12

YourMaNoBraBackOfMyCar

Going for... an Eartha (Kitt)
Droping the kids off at the pool
give birth to an Otter
putting up the ass jack.
building a log cabin
crimp one off.

DameFanny Sun 19-May-13 17:04:42

Dawndonna I know it's not what you mean by granddaughter of a couple of Lords, but I can help picturing a couple of ermine-clad chaps holding hands at the register office grin

Dawndonna Sun 19-May-13 17:05:51

DameFanny 1 mug of tea all over keyboard. Brilliant, absolutely brilliant! grin

DameFanny Sun 19-May-13 17:42:52

grin

RubyGates Sun 19-May-13 17:46:48

Titles all over the place here...
And we all "go for a wee"

Or "use the facilities" if we're, erm, taking the piss.

Decoy Sun 19-May-13 18:17:16

Most polite is not to announce it at all!

Decoy Sun 19-May-13 18:18:35

> a rough, uncultured home.

No-one serious would say that, would they? grin

WildlingPrincess Sun 19-May-13 18:20:40

I say it. It's better than 'I need to piss'. Which I'd prefer to say to be honest.

ChunkyPickle Sun 19-May-13 18:33:55

In adult company I wouldn't announce at all (or would say that I'm going to the toilet if I have to explain myself for some odd reason).

If DS is present you would hate me, because I pointedly tell him 'Mama's going for a wee-wee' - but in my defence we're trying to persuade him to potty train, and if I tell him where I'm going then he's less likely to roam the house yelling for me until he finds me.

Jengnr Sun 19-May-13 18:36:02

Anyone who says 'loo' is a massive bellend!

IncrediblePhatTheInnkeepersCat Sun 19-May-13 19:02:56

I'm strangely pleased that I'm not the only nipper! I wonder if I nip as a way of apologising for the fact I have to leave the room and as a implied promise that I'll be quick.

Jengnr - I can't stand the word bellend. The kids who used that word when I was in school were the same as those who found it hilarious to draw a penis in a school book.

PiratePanda Sun 19-May-13 19:05:49

Better than my ex-MIL who used to announce Loudly to all and sundry "I just need to go and empty my blaaaader"

smile

overprotection Sun 19-May-13 19:07:28

So in summary the only sure way not to be judged negatively when you need to expel waste is to wear a nappy and do it without going to the loo.

Yabu, I'm off for a weegrin

FarBetterNow Sun 19-May-13 19:12:39

Long live the class system in this country.

RubyGates Sun 19-May-13 19:17:56

Actually, it turns out that we tend to say "pee" rather than "wee". I just noticed. grin

OP, You're still BU

Ilovemyself Sun 19-May-13 19:24:55

If that is all you have to worry about your life must be pretty perfect lol.

vladthedisorganised Sun 19-May-13 20:12:02

Nobody's mentioned "nature calls" or "off to see a man about a dog" yet, have they?
I don't announce. If anyone asks, I'm off for a slash, or if Dd is asking, I'm off to the loo.

orangeandemons Sun 19-May-13 21:27:54

Dropping Anchor in Pooh Bay

I love that! Never heard it before!

WaitingForMe Sun 19-May-13 21:47:54

"I need to urine" uttered by a guy I'd gone for a drink with. He then went behind a tree despite our apartment building being in site.

He then proceeded to hit on me and couldn't understand why I wasn't interested!

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