I’ll know you did.
It’s hot. You get in the pool. You apply sunscreen. You laze in the water for 40 minutes or so. You apply more sunscreen. You swim to the side and talk to a friend. Now, it’s an hour. I’ve been watching you from the other side of the pool. I have noticed you haven’t used the john yet. I have to go. I scat in and return to the pool quickly. You’re where I last saw you. Now it’s 90 minutes. 2 hours. You apply more sunscreen – you climb out – are you gonna go???? Nah. You cannonball right back in. You don’t know I’m monitoring you. You love the water. You’re spending a long time in the pool. I don’t blame you – it’s hot. You climb out to go down the slide. I look for a bulge in your midsection. Surely you have a bladder the size of a watermelon – that allows you extended pool time. But, of course you don’t. You’ve likely “gone” in the pool 3 or 4 times by now. Which is exactly why I monitor from a pool chair and not in the water.