To Pee, or Not to Pee

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"To pee, or not to pee..." is one of the most recognizable phrases in Shakespeare's works: it is the opening line to Hamlet's soliloquy in the "Incontinence Scene" in the play Hamlet.[1] In this soliloquy, Hamlet contemplates holding it in, self-catheterizing, or becoming a DNR, as his bladder is a "sea of troubles." "Aye, there's the rub" refers to Hamlet's desire for a tummy rub. As for Ophelia, that's Hamlet's name for his bladder; he was a weird fellow.


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