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Hamsterdam Thu 26-Apr-18 21:42:29

Another thread has got me thinking about something, that I didn't think much of at the time but now I'm wondering if it might be more sinister.
I went away with a man for the weekend. One afternoon we were in a bar and there was a mix up with the bill, language/currency/cultural issues and the bar man was pretty rude. When we left my date said he should have done a protest piss to get back for the rude service.
I thought it was an over reaction, these things happen don't take it personally but he mentioned again a little while later so I told him that and he dropped it.
He didn't actually do it and I forgot about it, we had a nice time together but now I think maybe it's saying something really not very nice about him and not sure if I should see him again. I hate the thought that it's something he might actually do rather than just think about.

SomeKnobend Thu 26-Apr-18 21:46:39

You can tell more about someone's character by how they deal will people they don't like than how they treat friends/a partner. He sounds vindictive, nasty and irrational. Not the best qualities in a life partner! How's he going to treat you if you have a rough patch or a disagreement?

WishingOnABar Thu 26-Apr-18 21:48:20

What is a protest piss?

CurlsandCurves Thu 26-Apr-18 21:48:54

Sorry, a what???

What the actual feck is a protest piss?

I honestly opened this thread thinking it would be about potty training problems, but this is a grown adult?

Laiste Thu 26-Apr-18 21:49:46

Hmm, based on DH i'm inclined to think it's just bluster. He's great at coming up with vindictive plans when someone's pissed him off - but in 12 years i've never seen him carry one out.

Skinnyboneylittlepony Thu 26-Apr-18 21:50:54

Never heard of something so vile.

OP. Please give some serious thought to what SomeKnobend wrote.

WorraLiberty Thu 26-Apr-18 21:51:35

OP, you've gone to the trouble of writing a whole paragraph but forgotten to add the most important detail, so it doesn't make sense.

What actually is a protest piss?

TheCriminalMind Thu 26-Apr-18 21:52:29

I also want to know what a protest piss is...

WeirdyMcBeardy Thu 26-Apr-18 21:53:39

Did he also shit in the middle of your living room to make it look like the dog?

anon99827 Thu 26-Apr-18 21:53:47

Just done a quick google. From what I can see, it's peeing up against the building? Could be wrong. Either way it's gross

IAmMatty Thu 26-Apr-18 21:53:55

Hamsterdam Thu 26-Apr-18 21:54:55

To be clear I'm not planning on making him my life partner it will only ever be a casual arrangement. I like him but this has me thinking after the strong reactions on the other thread.
He is a very funny but Im 99% sure he wasn't joking about it although he didn't do it.
I think it's the fact he took it so personally and held onto the grudge for a while that bothers me.

Justmuddlingalong Thu 26-Apr-18 21:55:46

You think it says something not very nice about him? No shit, Sherlock!

Hamsterdam Thu 26-Apr-18 21:58:35

Sorry, to clarify, protest piss in this context means making a mess in the toilet to get back for the bad service. It's the phase he used.

TemptressofWaikiki Thu 26-Apr-18 22:01:36

That is disgusting because it most likely won't be the barman having to clean up the mess and is completely anti-social to other guests. Yuck, he sounds gross!

ShweShwe Thu 26-Apr-18 22:01:59

Why would you even give five minutes time to such a revolting individual?
How would doing such a thing achieve anything except ten minutes misery for the poor bastard on minimum wage who has to clear it up?
You should be more outraged at this. Revolting.

WishingOnABar Thu 26-Apr-18 22:02:28

He sounds like a twat. Consider this a lucky escape OP

Euphrasia Thu 26-Apr-18 22:02:38

Nice of him. He sounds charming.

pestilentialboundary Thu 26-Apr-18 22:02:44

You are of course entitled to set your sights as low as you wish. However, you don't have to. Have you considered getting a wet room?

Mamabear1475 Thu 26-Apr-18 22:06:55

What the fuck? A 6 year old wouldn't even do this. I wouldn't even consider going out with him for another second. And I would have told him exactly what I thought of his protest piss.
I would have offered to do one in his bathroom to show appreciation for his crap date. Childish idiot.

highinthesky Thu 26-Apr-18 22:08:07


Smeddum Thu 26-Apr-18 22:09:13

I honestly opened this thread thinking it would be about potty training problems, but this is a grown adult?

You’re not the only one!

OP what the actual fuck? He does know it’s not the barman that would clean the toilets eh? It’d be the cleaner, who’d done fuck all wrong elbow deep in his piss.

That’s fucking awful.

Nothisispatrick Thu 26-Apr-18 22:09:58

My cats do this when we go on holiday. We call it a tantrum piss. They are animals though, not grown up humans.

chocolateworshipper Thu 26-Apr-18 22:10:32

Is it a full moon tonight or something?

Hamsterdam Thu 26-Apr-18 22:11:57

Yes he is very charming which is probably why I didn't notice it for what it is at the time, we were away, in a beautiful place, having a lovely time getting to know each other.
I did think he was too sensitive for me which is why I decided it would only be casual. We haven't seen each other since then and won't be now, it's an easy decision for me im not invested at all.
I had forgotten about it until that other thread.
To be clear he didn't actually do it just said he wished he had.

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