Never miss the best bits of a movie again with this ingenious invention 13



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It’s a common occurrence: you’re engrossed in a movie, sitting on the end of your seat, when you realise you need to go. It’s just up to the good part but you hold off until the action dies down. It does for a minute, so you go, but when you return your partner whispers “You missed the best bit!”

Movies are just getting longer and longer, but now there’s an ingenious invention that could spell the end of missed moments and endings.

It’s called the ‘RunPee’ app and it tells you when you can go to the bathroom during a long movie.

You simply look up the movie you’re seeing and RunPee will tell you when there’s a ‘Peetime’ opportunity and how long it lasts. It also gives a helpful cue to make sure you don’t forget when to go.

The app also allows you to set a timer to remind you a few minutes before the next Peetime, which is very handy for those with incontinence or bladder issues/leakage. And when you get back, it tells you what you missed.

Even better yet, RunPee will also tell you if there’s a post-credits scene so you know if you can leave.

According to the RunPee website, “We try to find 3-5 minute long scenes that don’t have crucial plot twists, or LOL moments, or exciting action”.

Download from Google Play here for Android phones, or the Apple Store here for iPhones.

Editor’s note: We are not affiliated with this company in any way, just wanted to share this helpful app with you!


Would you use this app?

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  1. I went to a caravan park two weeks ago and they not only shared the toilets but the showers as well and I have to say I was surprised at just how well it worked and at how clean the men left the showers and toilets a lot better than some woman do ……they provided mops in the showers and deodorant spray in the toilets I must say I was not too keen on the idea but after 4 showers etc I don’t have a problem in daylight hours that is.

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