supernerd222

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  1. That's actually a reasonable compromise. I'll definitely keep this in mind as a porn option. Also, thanks for the work you do.
  2. Bring back the option to purchase and download individual videos. I spend some money - maybe $30 a month on average - on diaper porn. I used to spend some of that at your site, but now I just use clips4sale. The reason for that is that I'm only interested in a small subset of what's available. I want to buy the few clips that I like, and have them forever. Paying a monthly subscription for access to a big catalog is unappealing, because I'd still be sifting through for the ones that interest me and fapping to them again and again. If you charged $1/min + $1 to download a video (the going rate on clips4sale), I would probably end up spending more than the cost of a subscription every month at your site.
  3. In this video, a woman "pranks" her husband by pretending to need adult diapers. She wears one, but barely shows it (thumbnail notwithstanding), and the editing is pretty obnoxious. The scenario is kind of fun at least.
  4. I've had the same thing happen to me. Years and years ago, I was texting a friend, sharing news. I told him that I had recently found a new gf, and he straight up asked if she looked cute in a diaper. I didn't know what on earth to say to something like that, so I didn't respond, and still haven't. It was really spooky because I'm not a heavy drinker. At the time, I was a student and would do the normal binge drinking thing once in a while, but I almost never get blackout drunk. I can't imagine myself getting blotto and being like "I should drunk-text/facebook my highschool buddy who I haven't seen since I moved for university, and tell him about how I'm into diapers." Maybe he found out from someone else who knows.
  5. That moment...

    Protip: if you don't have a points card and don't want one, pretend to mishear or misunderstand the question. When they ask "do you have a points card?", pretend that you heard "do you want a points card?" instead, and instead of saying "no" and inviting a pitch, say "no thanks". I've been doing this for 2 or 3 years now, and I can't remember the last time I've been pitched for a store membership. That said, the awkwardness and embarassment is the whole fun of buying diapers at the store.
  6. Favorite "Medical" Diaper

    Kendall Lille is a lesser-known brand of diaper, but I've found them to be really nice clinical diapers for when you don't want something as bulky as an abena or molicare.
  7. I ordered a bunch of different types of diapers from Rearz a while ago. Two of the varieties I got have only one tape on each side, baby diaper style. Seems fun, but is there a trick to getting them to fit properly? If I just try it from the angle I would with a normal diaper, the tape landing area gets bunched up and the tape doesn't stick well. But then if I line the front and back up so that the tape lands flat, I can make the legs tight enough, but the waistband becomes totally loose. After trying like 10 times, the tapes lost most of their stick. I know one tape is never going to work as well as two, but is there a way to get these to fit even reasonably well? Other than me gaining like 20 pounds of belly fat?
  8. For me, it's just a pure fetish. It has been that way as long as I remember, and it dominates my sexuality. I could list all of the aspects of diapers I find sexy, but those aren't reasons I like it, they're things I like about it. I just have some wires crossed, and probably always will.
  9. That's where I live! Specifically in Richmond, which is 49% ethnically Chinese (source) . Multiculturalism definitely has its benefits if you know what I mean. Sadly, it doesn't get that cold here anymore. We had a couple of snow days this winter, but the ocean regulates our temperature and it never stays cold for long. There are a lot of Asian people in Toronto though, and it gets really cold there sometimes. The city does a New Year's celebration. I've never been, but apparently it's the largest in Canada. I know the area where they do it though, and there are lots of bathrooms around there. Also I don't think there's any nonsense like fencing the area off and not letting you go in and out.
  10. It's definitely a Times Square thing too. As I understand it, once you get into the concentration camp party zone, you're not really allowed to go out, and there's inadequate toilets. Here's an older clip of white girls who claim to be wearing diapers (it's unclear whether the gorgeous Asian chick to the left is in on the diaper action, but I mean probably).
  11. This girl does a youtube travelogue channel. In this episode, they go to see the ball drop in NYC. They wear diapers, because that's what people do for that apparently. There are a couple of scenes of party members peeing themselves, and a flashback of trying one on (over clothes) back home. I think one of the post-credit scenes might be her talking about wearing diapers some more, but that part doesn't have subtitles so I don't know. This looks like a lot of fun to me, but I have no idea why a normal person would enjoy it.
  12. Black Olives on Pizza

    Kalamata olives are the optimal olive variety for pizza. Oxidized black olives - the kind that come pitted or sliced in a can - taste like nothing to me. Green olives are good, but I don't like them on pizza - their flavour doesn't go with other typical pizza toppings. I'm kind of a maniac for olives. I eat them straight out of the jar more than I eat them on pizza.
  13. Custom bottle makers?

    As far as I know, 3D-printed stuff is not food-safe. But if you want to live dangerously, there are sites that will 3D-print stuff and ship it to you, like shapeways. I always picture baby bottles being transparent though, and you still can't 3D print transparent stuff (outside of resin, which would be way too weak to make a bottle).
  14. Guess this is a PSA

    This is a huge problem. I had to quit all my social media a couple of years back for basically this reason. I'm legit worried about the long-term viability of democracy as a way of doing things. It's become pretty clear that the craft of propaganda (not just government propaganda. The ad in this thread is a form of propaganda) has gotten far enough that a huge segment of the population can be manipulated into believing/doing basically whatever. OP probably isn't getting paid. It's just easier for him to believe that pads could maybe possibly (he hasn't looked into it) be made out of ground up domestic waste that turns into Agent Orange when exposed to blood. The alternative is for him to believe that him and his friend were tricked, and who wants to believe something like that?
  15. Does Tena know?

    How would they gather data on that?