Attention Water Drinkers — A Must Have App For Movie Date Night

Getting in my 3 liters of water a day is awesome. But it can play havoc on my movie going experience. Well thanks to this nifty little app, I can better plan my bladder breaks.

Getting in my 3 liters of water a day is awesome. But it can play havoc on my movie going experience. Well thanks to this nifty little app, I can better plan my bladder breaks.

To lose weight, I drink a lot of water. I’m talking more than 100 ounces a day.  But that means more trips to the little girls room, which is fine, except on our little date night outings to the movies.

I normally love going to the movies. But with all the water I drink, at some point, usually during an important part of the film, nature calls.  Ugh! It’s not like I have a pause button on the projector. How do I know when to make a break for it if I’ve never seen the film before?

It’s worse with my husband. He usually has multiple runs to the bathroom thanks to the troth of diet coke he drinks before and during a film. It also means he’ll ask me 20 questions on what he missed.

Well RunPee is the perfect solution! It tells you the best time to run to the bathroom during a film. That’s amazing! Now I don’t have to think about how much water I should have two hours before a movie starts. And the hubby can proudly drink his Homer Simpson size drink and hold his head high knowing he’ll only miss the slow/dull/unimportant parts of a film.

But wait, it gets better! The app also provides you with a little synopsis with each pee run so you know exactly what you missed. Sweet! No more asking me 20 questions.

The app includes timers so it vibrates to let you know it’s time to go to the bathroom, leaving fellow movie goers in peace.

It’s $0.99, but it’s so worth it.

4 thoughts on “Attention Water Drinkers — A Must Have App For Movie Date Night

    • Well you’re suppose to drink 1/2 your weight in water so 3 liters isn’t that difficult (especially when you consider my size, weight, activity level, and Virginia weather). As for electrolytes, since I eat a high fat/low carb diet, I don’t have an issue with salt. In fact, data shows that the recommended daily salt intake is really too low.

    • Heh! It is amazing all of the apps one things they need. I’ve got 7 that I use for weight loss and fitness. I always think it will simplify my life, but it seems to add more work. Sigh…but yes, we are spoiled.

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