You rush towards the wall in a grimier part of this decidedly old house, fumbling for your zipper, and finally feel the sweet, sweet release of pressure. You tilt your head back and revel in the relief. As you bring your head back down, you notice that your urine has had a strange effect on the ground. Towards the edges of what would have been the warm puddle you were creating, the ground is bubbling and foaming, but in the center it has melted away, sinking into a deepening pit. You start to relieve yourself in an ever widening circle. As you do so, several things grab your attention.
First, you have an incredible reserve built up. You're able to expand the circle for several minutes, starting with just the six-inch hole you first noticed to almost three feet in diameter. Several different smells are assaulting your nostrils. There's the musty, dirty scent of the unfamiliar house that you started with and the steamy urine smell rising up, but a third, sulfurous smell, like a mixture of matches and rotten eggs, has begun to overpower the others. As the hole grows deeper, it appears to have passed through to a lower level, because you notice a flickering glow illuminate the edges of the pit, and you can hear a distant din below, like metal banging or grinding against rock.
Finally the outflow begins to slow to a trickle and you're able to stop. The astonishment that had gradually replaced your relief is now giving way to a knot of fear in your stomach. What is this place? How did you get here? How much did you drink last night? What's the owner of this house going to do when they see what you've done to it? Why do you have magical pee?
But the time for inaction is over. A sudden racket at the door tells you someone is trying to get in. Do you...
A) Act like the house is yours and answer the door, feigning outrage that someone would just barge in without knocking?
B) Hide in the bathtub and try observe the intruder (and possible homeowner) without being seen before deciding what to do next?
C) Escape down the hole you just created? What could possibly go wrong with that?