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View Poll Results: Do you enjoy pee shivers
So much *shiver* 11 44.00%
nah 6 24.00%
wtf is a pee shiver? 8 32.00%
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      01-04-2011, 08:17 AM   #1
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I bloody love them

a pee shiver is when you hold in your pee a long time and a lot of it and when you pee, the release of the hot urine drops your body temperature and you end up shivering because of it... or something
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I like it as long as it doesn't cause me to miss
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honestly, until I read the description, I had no idea WTF you were talking about... and then I realized what it was and how much I liked it.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piss_shivers

Post-micturition convulsion syndrome, also colloquially known as pee shivers, piss shivers, piss quiver, quiver shivers, the timely twitch, or the shiver shake, is a phenomenon in which one feels a shiver running down the spine following urination.[1] The shiver can produce a brief twitch, which is a form of myoclonus. It should not be confused with micturition syncope, a feeling of faintness following passing urine.

To date, despite years of discussion and theorizing, there is no agreed-on explanation of the phenomenon[2] and no medical research into it. However, it has been mentioned occasionally in columns, and in one Internet poll, where about 83% of males and 58% of females reported experiencing it. By 6 July 2007, more than 24,000 males and more than 1,200 females had responded to the poll on the syndrome.
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Anyone have R. Kelly's number and we can ask him. I think he is probably an expert on the matter.
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