How to Use PeeTimes at RunPee.com

movie theater - wikipedia creative commonsWe often get people wondering how to use RunPee properly as movie breaks. For using the website itself (if you don’t have the iPhone app), it’s really very easy to be armed with proper PeeTimes at the movie theater, and relax…knowing you won’t waste your theater ticket money by leaving at inopportune moments.

You can be sure you won’t miss anything hugely important…and if you print out the PeeTimes to take with you, you won’t have to worry about spoilers.

Seven Easy Steps for Using PeeTimes –

  • Go to RunPee.com and select the movie you plan to watch.
  • Read through the PeeTime cues – the parts we tell you to watch for. You’ll have to remember the cues later. For example, if our cue says, “Dumbledore says: off to bed, pip pip,” then remember to keep an eye/ear out for Dumblore saying, “off to bed, pip pip.”
  • Don’t “unscramble” the parts you’ll miss on the website when reading for cues. If you are spoiler-phobic, it’s not time to read those yet.
  • Print out your PeeTimes and bring them with you to the movie theater.
  • When your PeeTime cue comes up, leave for the potty with your printed PeeTimes paper in your pocket.
  • Do your business, and read about the non-crucial movie part you’re missing (now magically unscrambled). Instant bathroom reading!
  • Return to your seat, knowing that you haven’t missed anything important to the plot. You’re clued in to what you missed. You don’t have to lean over and ask anyone what is going on! Never again!

Of course, if you have an iPhone, our RunPee App (for 99 cents) makes things even easier. And we are working behind the scenes on apps for Nokia, Blackberry and Android. Here at RunPee.com, we DO give a piss! 😉

7 replies
  1. Rob
    Rob says:

    I would be great if you could put the notes on a straight HTML page rather than the funky window that refuses to print.

    I was hoping for something more elegant than:

    “i would suggest that you copy/paste the text below into your favorite text editor and print from there”

    Not all of us have an iPhone.

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    • polyGeek
      polyGeek says:

      @Rob, Going to a HTML page isn’t a bad idea. But it’s not as easy as you would think. The site is Flash so I would have to send the data to an HTML page that I load and then write Javascript to turn accept the data and display it. Believe me, copy/paste is a little more reliable than the Flash->Javascript interface. And before you suggest it, “no the site will not be redone in HTML.” 🙂 I’m a Flash Developer. I’d shoot myself in the head before I’d mess with HTML again. Just the thought sends shivers down my spine.

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  2. judy
    judy says:

    Oh well. Some of us are limited to using our work computers, or the ones at the library. So I guess us old, poor and backward people are out of luck. It’s the wave of the future. It’s a great idea, though.

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  3. Jill Florio
    Jill Florio says:

    @judy Hi Judy. I remember times not long ago when I had the same situation – using the library computers, work computers, or the computers of friends. There is no reason those computers should not have the Flash Plug-in set up. It’s a free download and takes only a few minutes: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?promoid=BUIGP

    Not having the Flash plugin is like not having the ability to open PDFs (another free plugin)…it’s just necessary for daily use on the web. Good luck with this – it should be an easy fix. 🙂

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