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  1. supernerd222

    Diaper reference in some Hulu show

    Oh wow. Her guests seemed more into spanking than her, but I got a nice thrill about the "did I poop" line in the second one. Good research out there.
  2. supernerd222

    Diaper reference in some Hulu show

    A sitcom. It has its own wikipedia page. Apparently it's produced by the Lonnely Island guys. I'd be interested to see the rest of this episode, but not interested enough to get Hulu to do so.
  3. Surprisingly... explicit scene from a show I've never heard of. If anyone has Hulu, can you confirm my strong suspicion that this is a throwaway joke that never comes up again? https://freeform.go.com/shows/alone-together/clips/s1e4-sneak-peek-esther-wears-adult-diapers Esther wears diapers.mp4
  4. supernerd222

    Hasocare

    So I bought a pack of these because they looked cute and comfy. They're not sold in Canada (to my knowledge) and the cost of shipping on ebay was brutal, but what else am I going to spend my money on? They are in fact cute and comfy, but the pads aren't plastic backed! I don't get how they're a thing, cause they'd be unusable for anything other than stress incontinence or a little spurt on the way to the toilet. I didn't expect them to be very absorbent, maybe around the level of a depend silhouette. But moderate poise pads hold mere pee before leaking than these pads, and they're like a third of the size. Why would anyone buy these? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills. Other than that, they're very nice. The pads are extremely soft, and I'm not too mad about this bad purchase, cause they'll make really good diaper stuffers. As a matter of fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they are literal re-branded diaper stuffers. So yeah, thumbs down.
  5. supernerd222

    female Depends Ads

    A few, yeah. I'll post the rest of what I have, but we're in the territory of diminishing returns here. Also some of these are for pads, not diapers. Good to know other people like the ads as much as I do, cause I felt like a weirdo amongst weirdos spending hours running phrases back and forth through google translate to unearth some of these. Always Discreet I'm one.mp4 Always Discreet Protection That Is Right For You.mp4 Always Discreet Underwear Absorption Test.mp4 Choosng the Right Product for Bladder Leaks - TENA Lets You Be You-VEhodrEyDXM.webm DiaryDolls for light stress incontinence (720p).mp4 English lesson diaper commercial.mp4 【HD高画質】 綾戸智絵 Chie Ayado CM CF さわやかパッド 2009-W-d0KmRZ4TU.mp4 incontinex.mp4 K dancing ad.mp4 oops korean pad commercial.mp4 plenitud commercial 2.mp4 plenitud original.mp4 plenitud pads.mp4 TENA Lady Discreet - The Story (720p_30fps_H264-192kbit_AAC).mp4 Wear It to Feel It-7iMYTuTugEo.mkv 【たすかる便】TVCM 尿漏れ編-hlU2BDOEtVM.mkv ユニ・チャーム ライフリー さわやかパッド「チョロッと」綾戸智恵-zrr4yxzvTm0.mp4 綾戸智絵 ライフリー さわやかパッド-XMZkBn5E66I.mkv Types of Incontinence (360p_30fps_H264-128kbit_AAC).mp4 overactive bladder ad.mp4
  6. supernerd222

    female Depends Ads

    This is my specialty, so I'll share my tv commercial collection. Enjoy. depend korea tvc.mp4 depend mexico.mp4 Depend Silhouette – Eva _15 English (1080p_24fps_H264-128kbit_AAC).mp4 Depend style_Depend Heroes_ver.english (1080p_30fps_H264-128kbit_AAC).mp4 Depend - первое уникальное впитывающее белье (720p_30fps_H264-192kbit_AAC).mp4 gridlock.mp4 How Dyan Keeps Dancing _ Depend® Real Stories (720p_30fps_H264-192kbit_AAC).mp4 How Linda Helped Her Clients Despite Bladder Leakage _ Depend® Real Stories (720p_30fps_H264-192kbit_AAC).mp4 korean depend commercial.mp4 Korean depend pullups commercial.webm Not sure what to wear Start with the NEW SIZES of Depend® Fit-Flex® – snug a...-830410470491147.mp4 NUEVA Ropa Interior Depend® Corte Bajo-B8Y3NJJyaLw.mp4 rush hour.mp4 spanish depend commercial.mp4 taiwan depend ad.mp4 tena china dance ad.mp4 Thanks to more sizes and better comfort, Sadie can spend more time with her f...-826323080899886.mp4 Women's Depend FIT-FLEX-gEYV0FgUmoE.mp4 ライフリー すっきりスタイルパンツ「かもめの水兵さん篇」15秒-M6kOe7P3Jrc.mkv depend-employeesdroptheirpantsforunderwareness-14-3730069456001.mp4 depend commercial - suzie the yoga teacher.mp4
  7. supernerd222

    Incontinent Student Bodies

    That brings back some memories. I can't say I ever liked this comic - way too cringey, and I'm not into furry stuff at the best of times. But seeing it here, I feel some weird nostalgia for it. Fap material was hard to find back in the day.
  8. supernerd222

    /d/diaper?

    https://boards.4chan.org/d/ https://boards.4chan.org/aco/ is also a good place to find cartoon diaper porn.
  9. Just noticed that these exist: https://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Brand-Incontinence-Underwear-Absorbency/dp/B07B4SL1P2/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_sims?ie=UTF8&th=1 I wasn't aware Amazon had a store brand. Has anyone tried these? Are they indistinguishable from every other store brand pull-on?
  10. supernerd222

    Hotter Temperatures

    Talcum powder or move to Norway?
  11. supernerd222

    Anyone keep Diaper Diaries?

    Not judging, but that's a strange one for me. Then again, I'm very much not a journaling type of person. What do you write in the diary, exactly?
  12. Pure white has definitely gone out of style. I think Tena still still has a plain white pullup for women and that's it outside of store brands. Interestingly enough, the same thing doesn't seem to be happening to male incontinence products. Depend does a few plain colours, and Tena has one with stripes. But there's no men's pullups with a fake Y-front printed on, for example. It must be a gender thing, cause I feel like if I was incontinent and not into diapers, I'd want to wear something plain. It's like a print would only remind me that these aren't normal underwear. There was a bit in one of the Series of Unfortunate Events books which has stuck with me since I was a kid: they had to live in a building with no windows, so someone drew a picture of a window on the wall, but that just made morale worse because it constantly reminded everyone that there were no real windows.
  13. Noticed that there's a new colour of Always Discreet Boutique available: purple. I wasn't too enthusiastic about the beige ones, but I really like this design. I feel like Always Discreet underwear is the closest thing to kid pull-ups for adults, and this variety is no exception. I feel like the print emphasizes the absorbent area more than anything. Haven't seen them on store shelves yet, but I'll probably pick some up for funsies. That said, just how many types of adult pullups will the market bear? I feel like over the past ~5 years there's been some sort of cambrian explosion of incontinence underwear, particularly women's incontinence underwear. Before Depend introduced Silhouette, I think they only had three types of pullups for women: unisex ones, Depend for women, and the adjustable underwear with velcro tabs (if those even count), each in only one absorbency and 2 sizes. Now they have two absorbencies of Fit-Flex in four sizes, and silhouette/active fit, plus nighttime underwear and the aforementioned adjustable underwear - all in two sizes each. Always Discreet wasn't even a thing five years ago, and now they have four varieties of underwear, each in 2-3 sizes. Plus whatever Tena is doing these days (they clearly need to up their marketing game). 16 types of Depends, 10 types of Always Discreet, and call it 4-6 types of Tena. And that's not even counting the different sizes of packs. Like, are they going to run out of space in the incontinence aisle soon? And who's buying all these adult pullups? If there's increased demand, it must be because of changing demographics increasing the number of old people, right? Are grannies really going out of their way and spending more to get purple adult diapers with a lace print? You wouldn't think they were targeting grannies from their marketing materials. Or maybe materials are just getting better and smaller products can now handle heavier incontinence, meaning that all these new pullups are replacing tape-on diapers. What do you think?
  14. supernerd222

    Question on morality

    You know what? I 100% missed that the builders were also OP's neighbors. That pushes the situation a couple of degrees towards the unethical, because it makes it more likely for OP's wife to find out or face different treatment from those neighbors later. I don't know if I want to go all out and say that I think OP acted unethically, but I definitely feel weirder about it now. Don't worry, I thought of that ;)
  15. supernerd222

    Question on morality

    Hi OP, I will bravely step in and say that I don't think what you did was unethical. Downvotes to the right. It was questionable, and I'd call it a weird thing to do for sure. "Unethical" is a fairly high bar of bad behavior, though, and I don't think you cleared it. I think you're taking more heat than you deserve in this thread. I'm a utilitarian, and the voices of morality on this site tend to lean towards deontology/Kantianism as far as I can tell, so if you think utilitarianism is worthless garbage that bad people use to rationalize their actions, you won't get much out of the analysis that follows. This is the wrong question, because you didn't cause embarrassment to anyone (well, the builders might have felt some vicarious embarrassment if they saw it). You tried to make the builders believe something untrue, and your wife would have been embarrassed if she found out that the workers believed that lie. From a utilitarian perspective, the ethics of the situation depend mainly on how likely or unlikely it was that your wife could have found out. If your wife finding out was an absolute metaphysical impossibility, there was no ethical question in the first place, because there was no chance of a person being worse off for your actions. Well, mostly. If we remove the possibility of your wife finding out from the equation, are there externalities? Could hiding what you did create distance between your wife and you and hurt your marriage (even in a very small way)? Is there a possibility of you becoming addicted to this sort of shenanigans and needing to pull more daring stunts? Here's the thing. I think what you did was not outright unethical, but it was also probably not the most ethical course of action available to you. You got some jollies and nobody got hurt, but you could have done better by asking for consent. To the people who think what OP did makes him scum, riddle me this. I actually did something similar to OP once, but with one major difference that I feel throws a wrench into the deontological argument against OP's actions. One time, my landlord needed to do some work in my apartment while I wasn't there. For basically the same reason as OP, I put a half-empty pack of incontinence pads in my bathroom cabinet. I didn't leave them in the open, so she would have had to have been snooping to see them anyway. I liked the idea of my landlord getting nosey and sneaking a peek in her tenant's bathroom cabinet and then "finding out" that I apparently have a girlfriend with bladder problems. In reality, my landlord obviously didn't go through my stuff, but for the sake of argument let's assume that she did, or that I left the pads out in the open. Now at this point, if you're being logically consistent, you should be thinking that what I did is exactly as unethical (or not unethical) as what OP did. I also put out pads to create the possibility of people thinking that I have an incontinent girlfriend. I also didn't obtain my girlfriend's consent beforehand. Here's the critical difference though: I didn't have a girlfriend at the time. Now, I don't think what I did was unethical, and as I already said, I don't think what OP did was unethical. Maybe some people think that what I did was unethical anyway even if I didn't have a girlfriend, maybe because I involved my landlord in a sexual fantasy without her consent. I can't buy that, because even if she did find the pads and assumed exactly what I wanted her to assume, it didn't cause her any harm or distress. It doesn't hurt people to find out that someone else has bladder problems, especially when its someone they'll never meet. Knowing my landlord, she probably would have been super happy to find such a salacious secret to gossip about later. But if you think what I did was fine - maybe creepy or weird but ethically fine - and that what OP did is not fine, why? Why is it bad for OP to make some builders believe something about someone who will never find out, but it's ok for me to make my landlord believe something about someone who will never find out (because she's not a real person)? In both scenarios, someone gets off by trying to plant an inconsequential lie in someone's head, and nobody gets embarrassed. So what's the difference? Why does the existence of a real person in OP's scenario make his actions unethical when that person was completely unaware of and unaffected by what he did? All that aside, OP, you probably should have just got your wife's consent. Then it wouldn't even be an issue.