When I was younger I was shopping with my mum. I noticed that she looked uncomfortable but we carried on shopping. Then she turned to me and said we need to find the toilet. The toilet was down a side street and then she stood still and was looking in a shop window, and I heard burbling noises, she then carried on walking then stood still again. She was red in the face. I think that was the point where she messed her pants. She went into the toilets and left me waiting outside. As a child I did not really understand what had really happened, it’s only later that I realised what had happened.
This discussion was modified 6 months, 4 weeks ago by arthur2075.
I don’t have any memory of an actual accident but my dad had a lot of stomach issues. I remember him going to the bathroom several times in the morning. We were once at a restaurant and he was in the bathroom for a long time. He came out briefly to tell us what he wanted to eat and his belt was unbuckled. He went back to the toilet shortly after.
I have a vague recollection of my father having an isolated soiling accident when I was younger. I know he had a pyjama wetting accident during his last illness but that was connected with a blocked prostate. Worryingly he’d been unable to pass water for a few days.
My aunt (a relative by marriage) certainly had several near misses and one of my earliest memories is of her putting off going to the toilet until she was nearly pooing herself. She seemed most unconcerned about the noisy, smelly farts she was doing. I don’t know whether she had any accidents as such but I find it far easier to believe that she did than didn’t. If she went to the toilet it was pretty fair chance she was desperate, be it pee or poo.