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peeing in the wetsuit

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Feb 22, 2003
I laughed my way thru all the posts and poll about peeing in the wet suit. I know that "the urge" immediately hits as soon as a wet suit, ski pants, chemical suit, etc goes on - the water simply makes it more urgent. Which brings up a question, has anyone "modified" a suit, or is there such a suit, so (at least guys) could "dump water"? This is especially a problem with scuba since one may be down there for awhile.
Take care, Cliff
Yup, if you get a custom made suit, you can ask to have an "escape hatch" built into the crotch.

Reid Quinlan mentions his lack enthusiasm for "marinating" on his website, which promted him to get a suit with crotch zipper, so if you want details try asking him.:)
wetsuit irrigation

Dis regard my first post, if I had kept reading the entire string I would have come to "Le Pissure" (complete with pictures!). Anyone that has no tread thru the "peeing in your wetsuit" poll and in need of a great laugh, do so immediately! (Ve haf vays to make you laf!)
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