Odd question but always wondered. For example, when a man urinates into a toilet, how far does the splash go?
ask mythbusters - they did reasurch on this a while back ago.
The splash back is water being ejected out of the toilet by the force of the flow of urine. So make sure you really keep your toilet clean cause you're spreading germs. That or what I do is just pee towards the edges of the bowl. And to be fair the amount of germs and the kinds of germs are not dangerous or anything - unless you're like licking the toilet bowl or something gross like that.
it depends on the pressure with which u are pissing.
But why are u worried about it.
The splashback is enough to get all over the toilet seat - and my husband a little nag-a-thon about lifting the seat.
when i have shorts on and can somtimes feel the splash hit my legs lol
It depends on type of urinal , most nowadays have individual bowls that the guy should pee down into , so minimal splash back , even for young guys with strong flow
The type where there is a ceramic wall that the guy pees on can be an issue and he should not stand too close , even if that means others get a better view of his equipment . The biggest problem I find is that you could be in the middle of a pee when the cistern kicks in and that can really splash you !!