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  1. supernerd222

    Hotter Temperatures

    Talcum powder or move to Norway?
  2. 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?
  3. 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.
  4. 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?
  5. 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 ;)
  6. 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.
  7. supernerd222

    female Times my ex wet herself

    As is tradition, I'd like to share some stories of when my ex peed her pants. I hope you enjoy them, even though they're not all that special. "Mindy", my ex, was a short chubby Chinese-Canadian girl. She was about 5'5, a little darker-skinned than you might think, wore glasses, and kept her hair a bit shorter than shoulder length. She always said she had a small bladder, and there were many times throughout our relationship where I got to see her desperate. She also had minor stress incontinence ("two drops") when she had a cold, and she told me that she wet the bed until she was 12. However, there were only three times where I saw her have a real, consequential accident (consequential meaning large enough that she couldn't ignore it). These are those stories. I. The first time I saw Mindy have an accident is a really hot memory. Part of the reason for that is that when it happened, she didn't know about my fetish. In time, I would get to see her pee her pants again, but I would never get to see her react to it with the same genuine embarrassment and frustration. After I told her about my fetish, she was much more nonchalant when she had an emergency or an accident around me, because she knew that I was getting turned on instead of repulsed. It was Saturday, she had slept over at my place, and we decided to spent the morning checking out the farmer's market near my house. It was at a school a few blocks away, maybe a fifteen minute walk. The weather was nice, and we spent probably an hour checking out different things for sale. I picked up some things to go with dinner, and we got smoothies. We started to head back, and almost right away she said that she had to pee. My whole body went cold and my dick was like heyyyyy. Right from the start, her attitude was resigned and frustrated, like she knew she wasn't going to make it. We picked up the pace a bit, and she went on what I'd describe as a rant about her bladder. "Ugh, I hate having a small bladder... this is the kind of thing that got me in trouble on car trips as a kid...", things like that. It sounds fake, and it's such an omo story cliche for someone to talk about their history of wetting their pants immediately before wetting their pants. It's true though. I can only guess that she was trying to prepare me for the possibility she wouldn't make it. When we got to the block my house was on, I gave her the key so that she could go ahead. I saw her run up to the house, unlock the front door, and go in. I wasn't far behind, and when I got there, I put the produce in the fridge and went downstairs to my room. I went on my computer and started checking my email. I saw Mindy come in and make a bee-line for the closet. She went in and closed the door behind her (I had a walk-in closet at this place). The flip-side of her not knowing about my fetish at this point was that I was working hard to hide how turned on I was so as to not out myself. That meant I couldn't swivel around and try to get a good look at her pants as she went past, so I don't actually know how big an accident it was. All I saw was her going into the closet, then coming out a minute later wearing different pants. I believe she put her wet pants in her purse and took them home later, because I never found them. We both pretended nothing had happened for the whole afternoon, made dinner, and had really good sex later. II. The second incident was only a few months later, but by then she knew about my fetish. It's the least exciting of these stories, but I'll include it for completeness. She was on the way to my place on the bus. I was cooking dinner, and we were texting. To get to my house, it was a short (maybe 7 minute) walk from the bus stop. She sent me a text along the lines of "I really have to go, I might even leak on the bus". A few minutes later, I heard her knock on the door. When I opened it, she pushed right past me and sprinted downstairs to the bathroom. I kept cooking, and eventually she came up, once again wearing different pants. I sort of teasingly asked her "what happened to your other pants?" For some weird reason, her response is the hottest part of this episode for me. Instead of saying "I had an accident" or "I wet myself" or whatever, she sort of shrugged and said "they got wet." As if it was a completely passive process that had nothing to do with her. Instead of being embarrassed this time, she was completely casual about it, and as a bonus, this time she left her dirty laundry in my hamper. The whole crotch of her shorts and underwear was wet. III. This time was over a year later. I was living in a different place which was a short walk from a couple who we were close friends with. Their hobby was homebrew fruit wine which was absolutely deadly and way too sweet for the amount of alcohol in it. Most Saturday evenings, me and Mindy would go over to their place and we'd all get drunk and talk shit. This particular night, we left their place pretty late. Their apartment building was right next to a park that you had to walk through to get there. The park had a public bathroom, and when we got near it, Mindy let go of my hand and went over to it. Of course, it was closed since it was nearly midnight. She sighed deeply. We considered phoning our hosts and getting them to let her back in to use the bathroom, but it seemed way too rude and awkward since we had just left and they said they were going to bed. The nearest bathroom that might be open was at the gas station up the street, and it was a fair distance away. Mindy was really desperate, and as we walked she sometimes stopped to bend over of grab her crotch or cross her legs. There was a set of stairs down to a parking lot, and she contemplated popping a squat on them, but I said it was a bad idea: it was totally visible from the street, and what if a cop rolled past? Later she told me that by then, she was leaking a little bit with nearly every step she took, and that it was starting to run down her legs. I couldn't tell, because she was wearing a skirt and black leggings and it was dark. She also told me that the only reason she didn't give up and let herself have an accident was that she didn't think she had any clean pants at my house (although it didn't really matter because we ended up doing laundry anyway). Well, eventually we got to the gas station, and from the sidewalk I watched her run in, get the bathroom key, and disappear into the back. When she came out, we finished walking home and went to bed.
  8. supernerd222

    Have you ever been so frightened that you peed yourself?

    Just a little, once. I was maybe 21 or 22 at the time, and I found myself in a bit of trouble. Basically someone was really mad at me, and I knew they were going to call me on the phone and yell at me. People who are angry at me and intense phone calls are both things that can scare me. I ended up getting that phone call first thing in the morning while I was still waking up, before I even got out of bed. I had to pee a bit, but I wasn't desperate or anything. Nevertheless, throughout the call, whenever the guy said something particularly nasty, I felt a little nervous dribble of pee come out. There was no stopping it. Whenever it happened, I didn't even feel my badder release: I'd just feel a wave of fear/dread/shame/whatever negative emotion and then I'd feel a trickle of pee. It was pretty weird since normally my bladder control is impeccable, but I couldn't even think about it at the time because I was busy getting yelled at on the phone. By the time it was over, I had a small wet patch on my sheets and I would have needed to change my pyjama pants even if it wasn't time to get out of bed. I sincerely hope this never happens when I'm getting chewed out in person.
  9. supernerd222

    I did it..(kinda)

    I also felt disappointed after the first time I wore. It's the same kind of disappointment I felt after the first time I had sex, the first time I ate kobe beef, etc. Kind of like, that's it? You build it up to be something it can never be. For me, wearing became a lot more fun when I got over it a little bit, knew how it would make me feel, and just enjoyed that feeling. You'll know if you want to do it again, and if you do, just roll with it.
  10. supernerd222

    Buying diapers

    That quote was referring to prepaid credit cards, not cryptocurrency, sorry for the confusion. You're correct that if you use cryptocurrency, you should never store them in an online wallet. In fact, you shouldn't store them on your computer either - a hardware wallet or paper wallet is absolutely the way to go. Although it's not a bad idea to leave a small but nontrivial amount of btc (maybe like $50) in a hot wallet on your computer. This wallet basically acts as a bounty: if someone gets access to your computer, they'll steal your coins, and then you'll know that you're compromised. These security considerations are more about keeping people from stealing your btc than staying anonymous.
  11. supernerd222

    Buying diapers

    If you've got the delivery problem solved (cool about the post offices in Berlin taking a password, I wish they did that here), you can skip the cryptocurrency step by using prepaid credit cards. This is a matter of preference: in this use-case you can be about as anonymous with a prepaid card as you can with btc if you take the necessary steps, but the necessary steps might be more obvious if you don't have much experience with cryptocurrency. Ideally, you'd get them in small amounts, just a little over the cost of an order of diapers. Usually you have to register them before you can use them online, but you can fill in a fake address as long as you remember to use the same fake address for billing details on the site you order from.
  12. Found a titillating little radio story about incontinence, by an incontinent journalist. She doesn't go into too much graphic detail, but I enjoyed hearing a woman confidently admit to wearing diapers on the air. Maybe you will too.
  13. supernerd222

    Buying diapers

    What's your threat model? Buying diapers isn't against the law, or even all that unusual. Are you worried about store owners using security camera footage as leverage to blackmail you? Are you a public figure or someone whose reputation could be harmed if people knew you like diapers? You can use bitcoin to buy gift cards for online stores that sell diapers, but you'll still need to get them delivered to your home address. To me, this seems much less anonymous than buying them in a physical store with cash, because then your address will be associated with your purchase history in the store's databases - regardless of how you paid. As far as I know, nobody is selling diapers on the darknet markets. Because, you know, who's so far undercover that they would buy diapers on the darknet? You could avoid going to the store by having them delivered. There are local courier companies where you can ask them to buy you something and deliver it to your house for a reasonable fee. This also seems less anonymous than going to the store and paying with cash, because now there's one guy in your area who might remember you as the person who ordered adult diapers, and the company will definitely keep records of what's being delivered to what address. If you buy them in the store, the cashier won't remember you because you will blend in with the other people who buy adult diapers every day, and they won't have your name or address. Being paranoid and privacy-conscious is important and a lot of fun, and I personally take it to more of an extreme than anyone I know. But the first step is always to know what you're trying to prevent from happening. I'm not sure your concerns are completely rational here. But if they are rational, I'd say your best bet would be to wear different clothes - maybe even sunglasses/a hoodie, take public transit to a store a fair distance away from where you live, and pay in cash. If you're under enough surveillance that even these extreme measures aren't enough, you're probably being tailed 24/7 anyway, and they've already identified your account on this forum by analyzing your writing style.
  14. supernerd222

    female Request- Pad wetting videos

    I have a couple. pad wetting aftemath.mov PantiesAndPadPee.mp4
  15. Very hot. What brand are they?