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No I haven't because my feet are important apparatus and I need them to traverse various obstacles. If I am in the middle of a resting period, whether it involves defecating or not, I make sure to stimulate the feet apparatus. Gravity acts in such a way that it pulls the blood towards those special appendages. It is often the case that blood cannot achieve escape velocity and make its way back up to center mass. I don't have any certain rules to live by, or even a guiding principle which I hold dear to my heart, but even I know that blood stimulation is an important part of what it means to be a living creature on a gravity-laden planet such as this one.
Yup. When I used to read a book, magazine or play a game when on the shitter I would get focused on what I was doing and forget that I had stopped needing to poop and just be sitting there. The burning/numbing feeling that creeps up your leg when that happens is always what jars me out of it and makes me realize I need to get up.
Oh I totally forgot. I have fallen asleep on both of my arms and woke up thinking they were completely paralyzed. I couldn't move my arms at all and literally thought I had killed them by cutting the blood supply. It took a couple of minutes but they eventually started working again. Damn that was such a weird/scary thing that happened to me.
This happened to me a couple months ago, but I actually fell asleep before my feet did. I woke up 30 minutes later and my feet were absolutely numb. When I attempted to stand, I fell down immediately. It took me a couple minutes before I could walk properly again,