The Ten Types of People you’ll see Using RunPee

Who needs RunPee? We’d like to say everyone. But we’ll admit some need movie breaks, AKA PeeTimes, more than most.

wiki commons movie theater

Here’s our Top Ten List of RunPee Users, in no particular order:

  1. Pregnant Women
  2. Moms with Young Kids in the theater
  3. Small Bladdered Types (you know who you are. I am one)
  4. Senior Citizens (with all due respect)
  5. Anyone with a Bladder Infection, Prostate Issues, or Incontinence
  6. Anyone interested in Drinking Soda during a movie
  7. People needing to make a Phone Call (we tell you when it’s safe to hit the lobby)
  8. People needing a run to Restock at the Concession Stand (Twizzlers and Mountain Dew, definitely)
  9. Anyone Arriving Late to the showing (thus missing the chance to hit the restrooms beforehand)
  10. Everyone watching a Long, Long LONG Epic Film (sure, maybe you can hold it over three hours – but who WANTS to? And plus, that’s really not good for you)

Remember, a bladder is a terrible thing to hold. 🙂

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4 replies
  1. Houston
    Houston says:

    I’m glad you put #4 in for Seniors – men particularly. As we age, the prostate keeps growing, putting pressure on the bladder. I’ve tried all the usual supplements, but a special shout out goes to Bell’s Prostate Tea, which really does help. But even so, RunPee is a wonderful idea!

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  2. Jill Florio
    Jill Florio says:

    Thanks, Houston. We have had some nice comments about RunPee from ladies in the Red Hat Society – we are glad we can help!

    I am of the small-bladdered contingent and i always have to go during a film. Hubby is starting to feel his own prostate issues also at the age of 42. Unfortunately, he has to sit there the whole time during a film to get the PeeTimes for everyone else. What can ya do? 😉

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  3. Sandra
    Sandra says:

    So by adding up 1-10 your saying pretty much everyone needs to use RunPee:-). I have bladder issues myself (I’ve dubbed it peeitis). I also have a health issue that causes my eyes and mouth to be dry so I am frequently sipping water. Which of course makes me have to use the bathroom more often. So getting through an entire movie w/o having to take a pee break is a rarity for me. So glad that there is RunPee.

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