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We've all been there. You gotta go and there's no bathroom insight.  Hillary Clinton was late returning to the debate over the weekend because the bathroom was reportedly too far and women take to long to pee. Her words, not mine.

Yes, guys, there it is. One of us fessed up. We take longer to pee.

We can thank Wiki How for these tips below. Anything is worth trying once, or maybe not.  If you can go, just go.

Sometimes there isn't a bathroom close and most of us don't bring a change of pants. So, how do you refrain from going to the bathroom when it's all you can think about? Here's a couple of ideas.

1.  Reposition your body. You may have to do this several times while holding in urine. Different positions can relieve some of the pressure on your bladder, making it easier to hold in urine

2. Pass gas, if you have to. The buildup of gas in your intestines can place pressure on your bladder.

3.  Stay warm. Make yourself as warm as you can by covering up with blankets, turning up the heater, or curling your body closer together with someone.

4.  Avoid jarring or shaking your body. This can put pressure on your bladder and make you uncomfortable.

5.  Avoid thinking of water, waterfalls or rain.  Friends think it's hilarious to describe waterfalls, rivers, and other bodies of moving water - as well as flushing toilets - when they have been told you need to go. Speak calmly and firmly.

6.  Minimize drinking anything while you need to pee. Drink enough to maintain normal hydration, but avoid anything unnecessary.

7.  Think of a distraction. Avoid any thoughts about urinating, water, or toilets.

8.  Don't believe that letting a little bit of urine out will help. It won't. Letting a little bit of urine out is virtually impossible.

9.  Don't laugh or think about anything funny. Laughing might cause you to contract muscles that put more pressure on your bladder.

10.  Don’t go for a swim (unless you plan on relieving yourself in the water).