The curtain rises once again on a story that can never be shown on screen.
In the movie theater, the biggest enemy is not the villain on the silver screen, but the urge to urinate. Bladder space also decreased in proportion to the number of minutes left in the story. I want to get out of my seat right away, but I can’t take my eyes off the screen. As soon as the end credits played, I rushed out of the theater, but it was overflowing with women in the same situation, and there was a long line in front of the restroom. The pee approaches the urethral exit, and the group endures it with distorted expressions while praying that the previous customer will come out soon (first point). Before the flow of water from the previous customer had subsided, she rolled in, pulled down her underwear, and urinated at the same time, the force of which was unbelievable (second point). The realism of the pee rush, where one person finishes, another urinates, and another urinates, can be said to be “the truth is stranger than the movie.”
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