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supernerd222

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  1. Looks like Depend is getting rid of the Silhouette Active Fit line, and expanding the Silhouette line with more colours. They've also changed the packaging, I guess they're going for imitating the look of packaging for regular underwear? I like it, but I've got to wonder how their actual customers feel abut it. I don't think they're fooling anyone, and now your pack of diapers has a huge photo of a lady wearing one on the front. I guess it doesn't matter because you'd just order them online if it bothered you. The new colours are nice though, hope to see more photos of them soon. https://www.depend.com/en-us/incontinence-products/women/silhouette-briefs
  2. Nice to know that I'm not the only one burning through my diaper stash to stay sane during self isolation.
  3. Clearly the work of someone losing their mind from social distancing measures. (warning: banger alert)
  4. I love finding references to peeing and diapers in mainstream novels though. They're proportionally more potent than reading erotica because they're unexpected. Tou're just reading a novel and then suddenly something sexy is going on, it's thrilling when it happens. It's also fun that the author doesn't know what they're creating, so the descriptions are written in the author's neutral objective voice. I like this because it gives a window into diapers/wetting as people who aren't into it perceive it, as opposed to the intentionally sexualized version you'd read in an erotica (this point applies to Stephen King too - if he does in fact have a fetish, he's pretty careful not to overtly sexualize the descriptions he puts in his books). There's also this weird aspect of "officialness" about printed books to me. Books are very respectable, people study them and think seriously about them, reading books is an intellectual pursuit. So if I find a seemingly normal book, but there's this little paragraph in there that's super erotic in a way only I can see, that's extra exciting somehow, because it's not meant to be there. It's never what actually happens in the scene that's a turn-on for me, it's the context in which I find the scene. I can't explain it very well, but yeah, I've jerked it to mainstream novels in the past, no shame or regrets. I even once went pretty far out of my way to get a paper copy of the only novel I've ever found with an incontinent diaper-wearing main character. I didn't even find it sexy in any traditional sense, it was pretty sad. But it was almost like I was jerking off to the mere existence of the book, rather than the story in it. It's not for everyone, but it happens.
  5. There's at least one in just about every book the guy has ever written. But there's no point just looking them up, you'd have to read the books to get any enjoyment out of them at all. They're almost all single-line throwaway mentions of characters wetting themselves in scary situations. If I had to choose the "best" one that I can remember, I'd go for 11/22/63 (the book is pretty good too, considered on its own merits). It's a scene about a man, so it doesn't do a lot for me, but it's by far the most detailed and drawn-out scenario I've seen in one of his books. The main character has a limited form of time travel into the past that doesn't allow a lot of retries, and when he tries to change history, the very fabric of reality tries to stop him. He's in the past, he wants to change something, and reality responds by giving him a really bad stomach bug. So he buys old-fashioned adult diapers, and wears them on his mission. If that doesn't sound like it's worth reading a 1000+ page novel that you wouldn't read otherwise, it's because it's not. Stephen King probably has a fetish, it's cool how may references to it he puts in his books, it's fun to come across them if you like Stephen King books... but there are way better sources of fap material.
  6. So I was watching Doctor Sleep, that awkward kinda-sequel to The Shining. About halfway through, a character uses her telepathic Shining powers to access the mind of Rose the Hat, soul vampire and main villain of the movie. At the moment, Rose is grocery shopping, and an interesting item is clearly visible on top of her shopping cart: Another angle: That's clearly 100% a pack of Poise pads. And if we zoom and enhance on the right frame... We can identify the exact absorbency. I'd say this is just product placement. I imagine in the movie industry they just have a list of products that the studio is contracted to have appear in movies, so if your movie involves a cart of groceries, the prop people just automatically fill it up with low-level product placement stuff, whether the products are ever going to be clearly in focus or not. I think this was 90% likely to be the case. On the off 10%... Maybe the prop people put an "embarrassing" product on top of her cart to enhance the sense of invading someone's privacy and seeing intimate details of their life. I checked, and this detail isn't in the book - wouldn't have put it past Stephen King though. It's quite a subtle detail if it was intentional for reasons other than product placement. I do believe it was intentional though: everything in Hollywood movies of this size is intentional. In any case, it was fun watching the rest of the movie knowing that rose had one of those in her pants.
  7. Chapter 13 was posted and the whole incontinent girl plot thread got resolved with no further sexy moments (unless you love acupuncture). The best thing in this chapter is when the incontinent girl's brother confirms that her incontinence was cured - by checking her pulse. I apologize profusely for wasting everyone's time with this nonsense.
  8. Honestly I just found this a minute ago so I'm not sure exactly what the deal is, but as far as I can tell, someone is translating Chinese comics on Youtube, and the latest episode of one of them involves a girl with incontinence and a mention of diapers. The previous episode has a very brief moment at the end where the incontinent girl is embarrassed about being outed. I didn't catch up on any episodes before that, but the story seems to be that some guy has a technologically-induced healing superpower (amusingly, it appears to operate somewhat on traditional Chinese medicine principles...) and he goes around healing people for money and personal gain. Other than the setup, not much happens, and then the episode cuts off at the most infuriating cliffhanger ever. I'm not sure whether this comic is a proper erotica (let alone a diaper/pee fetish erotica), so we'll have to wait until the next episode to find out what happens.
  9. Well it's hard to find good ones, and I'm yet to come across my ideal story. Off the top of my head, Diary of a Sgt. Major by Linkx was pretty good. Honestly when it comes to written wank material, I've come to like "nonfiction" more than fiction. I google around with various sentence fragments and find random articles, forum threads, and blog posts dealing with incontinence, and some of them just do it for me. It's like panning for gold. For example - call me a weirdo - but purely in terms of fap material, I actually prefer this to the story I linked to. I wish there was more fiction about incontinence. I'd write my ideal story, but I suck at writing fiction.
  10. I like stories about incontinent women who don't really want to wear diapers and try to hide them from everyone. I like it when stories depict the main character's struggle to accept their need to wear diapers, and I like scenes of characters desperately trying not to use their diapers. It's pretty rare for me to find a story I'm really into. I don't really like stories with regression, especially not mental regression. Can't stand spanking either. Sex is fine if it's well written. I prefer realistic stories to fantasy and sci-fi scenarios. I'm not usually into fanfiction, but that's partly because I'm usually unfamiliar with the source material, so that's my own fault.
  11. I know right? It feels like a joke product, because I can't imagine who it's actually for. And yet, I kind of want to get some, and other people in this thread want to get some, so I guess it works as an ironic novelty product of sorts? It's the absolute peak of postmodernism.
  12. If you could have anything you want printed on your diapers, would you choose pot leaves? If so, you'll be excited to know about the obscure Canadian diaper brand that has combined my two favorite vices into one apparently inexplicable product. http://www.forsitehealth.ca/incontinence.html (scroll all the way down) I don't know why I find this so funny. Maybe I smoked too many diapers, or maybe I've been wearing too much weed.
  13. Quality thread. I actually like wetting my pants more than metaphors, but I guess that's what makes us weird.
  14. Thought these were supposed to be for periods the first time I watched the ad, but I looked up the product website and nope, confirmed for diapers. If anybody happens to find someone re-selling these to North America, let me know, cause I want to order some. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXsjS9i3ans
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