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20th Jul '16 6:52:20 AM Monolaf317
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* Early on in [=ClockUp=]'s ''Euphoria'', a bucket serves as a toilet, which [[SpoiledBrat Rika]] refuses to use. [[PottyFailure It comes back to bite her later on...]]
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6th Jul '16 1:57:42 PM Austin
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* In one of Lawrence Block' Matthew Scudder novels, he hires the adult son of a friend of his to do all night surveillance of a suspect. Scudder, a former police officer, advises his friend's son to take a water bottle along. When asked why, Scudder replies that "you'll find out."

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* In one of Lawrence Block' Matthew Scudder ''Literature/MatthewScudder'' novels, he hires the adult son of a friend of his to do all night surveillance of a suspect. Scudder, a former police officer, advises his friend's son to take a water bottle along. When asked why, Scudder replies that "you'll find out."
13th Apr '16 7:11:24 PM shrikelet
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* ''Piss-Bottle Man'' by Mike Watt (former bass player of TheMinutemen) is entirely about the truck-driving version of this trope.
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2nd Apr '16 7:49:05 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''Film/ProblemChild 2'', Junior takes a whiz in order to refill a pitcher of lemonade for a pair of snobbish sisters that he wants to get back at. Their obnoxious dad is the one who ends up taking a sample of Junior's little concoction.
'''Mr. Burger:''' "Ahh... ''Tangy!''"

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* In ''Film/ProblemChild 2'', Junior takes a whiz in order to refill a pitcher of lemonade for a pair of snobbish sisters that he wants to get back at. Their The girls' obnoxious dad is the one who ends up taking a sample of Junior's little concoction.
'''Mr.-->'''Mr. Burger:''' "Ahh... ''Tangy!''"
2nd Apr '16 7:48:34 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''Film/ProblemChild 2'', Junior takes a whiz in order to refill a pitcher of lemonade for a pair of snobbish sisters that he wants to get back at. Big Ben Healy is the one who ends up taking a sample of Junior's little concoction.

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* In ''Film/ProblemChild 2'', Junior takes a whiz in order to refill a pitcher of lemonade for a pair of snobbish sisters that he wants to get back at. Big Ben Healy Their obnoxious dad is the one who ends up taking a sample of Junior's little concoction.concoction.
'''Mr. Burger:''' "Ahh... ''Tangy!''"
5th Jan '16 5:34:41 PM Lemia
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Violet}}'', the final puzzle is figuring out how to relieve yourself without leaving your room. You can use your wastebasket, or an empty bottle if you're male.
28th Dec '15 4:05:18 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* Happens in ''Film/DasBoot'' while the U-96 is being depth-charged for the second time.
29th Oct '15 1:12:23 PM DoctorCooper
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The most common people who partake in this practice in RealLife are [[TruthInTelevision long-haul truckers, aviators, and other professions that must often spend many hours on the road or in the air, or otherwise well away from proper facilities for getting rid of bodily waste]]. Also, medical patients may be instructed to use a cup or urinal so the doctor can monitor their output volume or test the urine for the presence of certain chemicals or bacteria. That said, '''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease'''

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The most common people who partake in this practice in RealLife are [[TruthInTelevision long-haul truckers, aviators, and other professions that must often spend many hours on the road or in the air, or otherwise well away from proper facilities for getting rid of bodily waste]]. Also, medical patients may be instructed to use a cup or urinal so the doctor can monitor their output volume or test the urine for the presence of certain chemicals or bacteria. That said, '''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease''''''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease''' [[noreallife]]
21st Sep '15 8:01:06 AM Benjilicious
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* In one of Lawrence Block' Matthew Scudder novels, he hires the adult son of a friend of his to do all night surveillance of a suspect. Scudder, a former police officer, advises his friend's son to take a water bottle along. When asked why, Scudder replies that "you'll find out."
15th Aug '15 8:15:35 AM MerryMerlin
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The most common people who partake in this practice in RealLife are [[TruthInTelevision long-haul truckers, aviators, and other professions that must often spend many hours on the road or in the air, or otherwise well away from proper facilities for getting rid of bodily waste]]. Also, medical patients may be instructed to use a jar so the doctor can monitor their output volume or test the urine for the presence of certain chemicals or bacteria. That said, '''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease'''

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The most common people who partake in this practice in RealLife are [[TruthInTelevision long-haul truckers, aviators, and other professions that must often spend many hours on the road or in the air, or otherwise well away from proper facilities for getting rid of bodily waste]]. Also, medical patients may be instructed to use a jar cup or urinal so the doctor can monitor their output volume or test the urine for the presence of certain chemicals or bacteria. That said, '''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease'''



* In ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'', Harold is told not to do anything for a day. He takes that to mean that he shouldn't even go to the bathroom. He wakes up on the couch and uses an empty bottle.

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* In ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'', Harold is told not to do anything for a day. He takes that to mean that he shouldn't even go to the bathroom. He wakes up on the couch and uses an empty bottle.urinal.
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