Every time you pee, your eyes water. No matter how often you can’t feel your eyes watering from the aftertaste of your pee, your eyes will tell you when they are full of water. It’s the same feeling you get when you go to the bathroom, so it’s pretty easy to confuse the two.
This is because your eyes are actually dilating. Your pupils are dilated when you pee, making you look pee-erier than you already are. This is because your eyes are actually dilating, so when you pee, your eyes are dilated, which causes water to come out of your eyes.
This is one of those things that I think people really need to look into more. I have heard people say that it makes them look like a douche. When you pee, your eyes will dilate, which makes your pee look like a douche. I would argue that people don’t realize what they’re doing, but the idea that you look douchey from pee is a lot of people, especially men, trying to look douchey.
The dilated eyes phenomenon is called the dilatation response, and has been studied for years. It’s caused by the release of endorphins in the brain, which means that you feel happier. If you’re a guy, you feel better about being a douche when you pee. If you’re a woman, you feel better about being a douche because you don’t have to think about pee.
The dilated eyes phenomenon is a common and often overlooked side effect of alcohol. I recommend that you watch a bunch of videos about it (the ones that make you feel a little better about not being a douche are the best), and get the message that you shouldnt be a douche, either.
So why does the dilated eyes phenomenon affect you so much? Well, the short answer is because alcohol is a depressant and when you drink alcohol, your brain uses the energy it uses to cool down your body to stop it from overheating. When your brain is overheated, it doesn’t send the heat back and therefore it doesn’t feel good.
It’s not a big deal if you have a couple of beers a day and you can do it without getting the hang of it. I’d say for instance when the world was a little bit sweltering in the dark, I’d eat a few dungarees and then go to bed and get some sleep. It’s funny, but it works for me.
I get the hang of it, but when I was a kid, I remember that one time I was in a hot tub. It was a really small tub and I just kind of kept drifting back and forth. One time I just kept drifting back and forth and the water came up to my neck and I had to jump out and grab the edge. It was probably one of the most embarrassing things I’ve ever done but I still can’t believe I didn’t panic.
It got so bad that a couple of years ago, I asked my mother if she’d ever had a bad experience with the water. She did and I remember saying, “You know what? The water is so cold!” Now, I do get that it’s not so hot in the summer so I don’t think that’s the problem.
I do remember thinking that it was pretty bad and that this was the most embarrassing thing Ive ever done, but I also remember thinking that I could’ve at least tried to take a leak somewhere else. I could have left the bathroom (where I always hide my water bottle at the time) and walked down to the kitchen instead of getting the water out of my pants from the bathroom sink.