InAngels pitcher Jered Weaver was just three outs from a no-hitter when faced with that familiar conundrum. At any given moment on a sideline, someone probably is relieving himself while hiding in plain sight. One story tells of a tourist father who lost his son in the city and after receiving help from villagers to find the boy, he gifted this statue to them. Snyder fed his subjects milliliters of water roughly 8. If you are at the Grand Place facing the town hall take the exit on the left, the peeing boy is two blocks behind the town hall. But worrying that his teammates would prank him by walking away midflow occasionally gave Gross stage fright -- aka paruresis, or what urologists refer to as "ballpark bladder.
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So many runners in the New York City Marathon pee off the sides of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge at Mile 1 that race veterans can only giggle when they hear first-timers below them on the lower deck talk about the sudden "refreshing" rainstorm they experienced. Over the years, Gross had tried every technique NFL players and other hyper-hydrated athletes use to surreptitiously relieve themselves during games. Weaver, though, returned to the mound and, unburdened, put away three more batters to become the 10th pitcher in Angels history to throw a no-hitter. Flying around in a skintight bodysuit and zipperless codpiece, what does Superman do if, god forbid, he needs to pee in the middle of saving Metropolis for the 87th time? One of the recent additions is a red leather Chinese costume presented by the city of Haining, China. Gross just couldn't ignore the urge any longer.