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  1. Anonymous
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    any more ways to say pee and poo?

    any more ways to say pee and poo?

    They are not taught at school. I hope I can
    learn more here. Thanks a lot!

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    Synonyms for pee: urinate, piss, make water, wee wee
    Synonyms for poop: defecate, shit, crap

    That should be enough.

    :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Synonyms for pee: urinate, piss, make water, wee wee
    Synonyms for poop: defecate, shit, crap

    That should be enough.

    :wink:
    And the ever popular North American terms:

    wring a sock (urinate)
    bake a chicken (defecate)

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  4. kain
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    can I express "release myself" to denote that I wanna pee or defecate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kain
    can I express "release myself" to denote that I wanna pee or defecate?
    I believe the expression is relieve myself, and while I have heard it used for number one (urination), I have never heard it used for number two (defecation). Also, you would say it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Quote Originally Posted by kain
    can I express "release myself" to denote that I wanna pee or defecate?
    I believe the expression is relieve myself, and while I have heard it used for number one (urination), I have never heard it used for number two (defecation). Also, you would say it.

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    #1 & #2.

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    #7
    I agree with Ron about 'relieving oneself'- I've never heard it used for solid matter.

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