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Thread: What happens when you need to pee or/ when working at a test??

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    Had a lady take a nature walk on a duck hunt and some one elses dog went and rolled in it. Dog didnt get petted by me

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    You don't like getting Pee'd on Brad???
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvalab View Post
    If you don't know, then they're doing it right.

    And really, that's all you need to know, I would think.
    x2 anything else is TMI
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    This is where using real names can get awkward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckquilizer View Post
    You don't like getting Pee'd on Brad???
    I do it enough by myself, dont need no help

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    Not afraid to use the woods or such. But sometimes there are too many people wandering around. And if that's the case, then the two door truck doesn't do much because people can easily see you through the opposite window. But if desperate enough, I just don't care. There's only been one time when woods weren't available at a hunt test. Typically, the porta- potties are only at headquarters, which may be a long way from your hunt test site.

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    I was "taught" to "drop-trou" (as in trouser) by one of the best. Done right, you can do it without being a spectacle. And, besides, "if they ain't seen it by now, they need to"! LOL

    Dark tint on truck windows make it much easier. I always take an extra blind with me on judging assignments to use next to my truck. Definitely one of the reasons I prefer my truck not being used as one of the holding blinds for handlers and their dogs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicky Trainor View Post
    I was "taught" to "drop-trou" (as in trouser) by one of the best. Done right, you can do it without being a spectacle. And, besides, "if they ain't seen it by now, they need to"! LOL Dark tint on truck windows make it much easier. I always take an extra blind with me on judging assignments to use next to my truck. Definitely one of the reasons I prefer my truck not being used as one of the holding blinds for handlers and their dogs
    Yeah then she said, "Yeah but you haven't seen mine." Sounded like I wasn't going to either...
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    this reminds me of a funny story.
    many years ago at our field trial at Simonds property everyone was parked on the
    high side of the stick pond, sonny's side or sunny side???? you all know the sign.
    And as you all remember the late Pete Simonds had a huge booming voice, when he wanted to.
    So this late middle age woman (this was years ago) with an other than black lab type of dogs.
    went #2 in the hedge row between sunny side and the upper slope of the stick pond.
    One of Pete's dogs, while airing to run, rolled in it and then ran back to Pete!!!!
    He bellered out, loud as he was able, to nobody in particular. Just at the gallery in general.
    "Up Here In Vermont only the BEARS $H!T in the WOODS!!!
    Gosh he could be an intimidating feller when he wanted to be. Nobody squealed on the pooper
    but by body language alone everyone was able to ID her.
    Pete was cool!
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    I made my own holding blind for this reason. Better not to open truck doors, just wrap blind around. Hang bag for trash and open for any ladies.

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