Possible issues with blood sugar / insulin levels? Any history with Type I or II diabetes in your family?
That's exactly why I posted this here. Yes, my mom's father is diabetic. As far as blood sugar / insuling levels, I'm not sure. I can drink sugary beverages (like soda) and eat candy bars and I feel fine.
From the hip: I would be tempted, but would not just for self-respect.
Thinking about it: This bypasses the spirit of the question, but I'd grab a paper towel, fold it up, grab the money, take it right to the sink, wash it off, and go. No piss touched, and 15 bucks buys me one and a half orders of Five Guys.
Which is probably someplace you are a little too often now that you live down the road from one.
I also don't know if urinal money would be worth it no matter what you're buying.
Understanding some people is like trying to pick up a dog turd by the clean end. It just isn't possible.
My cat (well really my wifes) started to barf her food shortly after eating it. This happened maybe once every 2 weeks or so. So what we do now is, we feed her just enough at breakfast, and again at dinner. We keep the cat in the basement for an hour after feeding so it can digest without running around the house, up and down stairs, jumping on couches and beds etc...
This has greatly reduced the barf frequency. Plus, if it does barf, it's in one room, the basement. Now it barfs maybe once every 5-6 weeks. We found a change in diet and the amount really helped. Once the cat got used to feeding time, it eats most of the food at one time, digests in basement all curled up on a blanket for an hour, then we let it up, and no barfing. Try it.
I come in here to take a read at the worst times -___-
There's a bad time to read the OT thread? I can't think of any time when it is bad to read the OT thread...on a first date...while dropping a deuce...with a finger on the nuclear missile launch button...