RunPee.com: Bathroom Breaks Can’t Ruin Holiday Movies
RunPee.com, an online service, tags the best peetimes for much awaited holiday blockbusters.
Orlando, FL (August 19) – RunPee.com, an innovative online service for movie buffs, is turning out to be a must-have for the holiday movie season.
RunPee.com lets readers know the best times to “run” and “pee” during a movie.
Its breaktime tagging service will definitely cover the much-awaited movies of the holidays, from the “Twilight” sequel, “New Moon,” to the children’s book adaptation, “Where The Wild Things Are,” as well as other movies scheduled for the holiday season: “Avatar,” “2012,” “Sherlock Holmes,” and “A Christmas Carol.”
“With RunPee, there’s no more squirming in your chair, wondering if you should dash to the bathroom now or hold it in for a few more minutes,” says Dan Florio, creator of RunPee.com and the RunPee app.
“And definitely, there’s no more missing the best parts because you couldn’t hold it in any longer. No more sacrificing your bladder for your movie viewing pleasure,” Florio adds, “I’ve gone ahead and identified which parts of the movie you can miss if you really need to make a run for the bathroom.”
RunPee.com, also available as an iPhone app for 99 cents, is rich with features to help users enjoy their movies:
- It identifies which parts of movies can be missed for a bathroom break, without missing crucial scenes.
- It gives a recap of the missed scenes, so the user can catch up with the movie.
- The app has a timer that synchronizes with the movie, so the user is alerted when a peetime is approaching. A vibration alert feature is coming soon.
- It gives peetimes for many movies, which are currently playing.
Fans of RunPee.com include moviegoers who need to take at least one bathroom break during a movie: pregnant women; parents of young children; senior citizens; people with small bladders; and those who are suffering from bladder infection, prostate issues or incontinence.
However, RunPee.com’s break times also come in handy for those who need to leave the movie house for other reasons, such as to make a phone call or buy more popcorn and drinks.
Movie peetimes used to be available online only through RunPee.com, but now iPhone and iPod Touch users (wifi required) can bring this convenient bladder saver with them into the moviehouse.
The website RunPee.com has been widely acclaimed by CNET, NPR, the New York Times, Calgary Sun, Wired Magazine, Good Morning America, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly and Comedy Central. The app is fast becoming an indispensable tool to movie buffs, sitting at the number 16th Entertainment Download for iPhone applications.
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