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Stanley79

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Stanley79 last won the day on July 14 2010

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    Ageplay
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    Bedwetting
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  1. Great work! Glad I started late and read the installments in order. Nice friends and family interaction -- gives good dimensional sense. Good individuality among the characters -- fells like you're writing about people you know. Nice tension between friendship and revealing too much to soon. Temped to work out likely places 8 hours from Ashland. (Casual clothing attitudes feels like Portland, OR.) But this is fiction, n'est pas? And fiction allows me to imagine it happening along the Interstate-5 corridor between Vancouver, BC and Sacramento, CA where my second wife and I enjoyed m
  2. Mostly, I guess. My home town had a park with over 5 miles wooded trails. Many peed behind bushes. The usual walking goal was the up-scale seafood restaurant near the entrance. Skirt over pants was (is?) acceptable there.
  3. Agree. An on-line virtual party would be a good start. Something like the live thread. But with sounds.
  4. No jump suits yet. But they're a logical next product. https://www.sheflyapparel.com/ https://ziphers.com/ https://www.amazon.com/iiniim-Leather-Hologram-Waisted-Bottoms/dp/B07DXK9MZR Looks like the better ones will carry an uncomfortable price tag.
  5. When empty your tummy is not only sexy, it's artistic.
  6. I tried self hypnosis to make my incontinence leaks more frequent. (It was already frequent enough I wear diapers.) Leaving the trigger nebulous produced many unexpected leaks. It also provided for exchanges with other DLs trying it. Did not intentionally end it. It gradually subsided over many weeks. Fear wetting amounts to one major experience. But it was years ago.
  7. You're at a coffee shop enjoying chai and deep in conversation with Polly. Would you consider her too polysyllabic for suddenly saying, "Oops! I didn't attend to my hypercalcaemia-induced polyuria quickly enough! Make a shadow on me as we get out of here"? Or would you consider her clever for choosing a phrase unlikely parsed by folks at the next table? What other unusual ways could she have expressed the situation?
  8. Love long-haired avatars. Yes. Jasmine has it really though. Within her limits, she still manages. Maybe she got better at dealing with it from interacting with Elaine. Growing up, no-one in my home town’s medical profession had heard of Asperger's syndrome. Two divorces and multiple layoffs had passed before a doctor treating me for depression caught ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) symptoms. By that time my work experience put me firmly on a semi-team technical track. The semi-team part had me in a war blind to incoming shells – many shrapnel wounds. After-work taverns without
  9. A lovely surprise arising from and unanticipated event! All the pieces fit together nicely.
  10. Here it's time for a big diaper, a soft pink floor-length nighty and playing with last year's Hilary Page interlocking Kiddicraft bricks. They're now called Legos. But 1940s and 1950s kids called them by their old name. Of course, warm cinnamon apple juice while staying awake (maybe) watching Polar Express (also in a 1940s or earlier style). Most of all, it's time again to watch for Father Winter. If I don't see Father Winter, I'll still be thankful Rufus Turner, Irv Schmidt (neighbor), Hannon Yorke, Devon Edrington (high-school teacher) and George Firedrake provided gifts producing secur
  11. Is that the end? . . . . . . Kind of hoped we'd see more of Elaine. She seemed a positive force.
  12. I can't believe no one responded to this. It's not my thing. But it kept my attention. Do like the simple and sometimes inaccurate magic. I'd hoped it would get enough attention to be worth further wrting.
  13. Neither am I a doctor. I mostly agree with Drip. See a urologist. Assuming the photo is your full-bladder pee: 1. You may quaify for bladder-enhansment surgery. If you consider surgery, be sure you understand the risks and downsides. Read descriptions at respected medical centers websites. 2. From the color, you're not drinking as much fluid as urologists recommend. Preserving your kidneys may require more fluid and more frequent peeing. For me bladder control exercises only work as long as I do them. If I let up two months maximum sets me back to my prior capacity.
  14. Very enjoyable writing! Vivid, too. In an odd way it strikes home. Having recovered from cancer and heart surgeries and developed second heart condition, my doctor wants to move me from in home care to a facility. I don't even want to admit I need the in home care. And I might be able to do without pull ups. But I don't want to. Usually, my current situation feels good. But what's coming frightens me. Reading your story has me feeling less alone. And it's a super good story.
  15. When i wear at night I have far fewer pee dreams. Three days ago I drank water to stop fainting every time I stood. In bed I dreamed I urgently had to pee. Then I woke in the situation from the dream I'd gone to bed intending a short nap. The pull-up was going directly to the garabage bin. Was going to pee a little more to avoid more wetting. When enough was out to prevent having an over flow onto the rug I tried to stop. Stopping was hard.-- instead of relieving pressure the going.to wet feeling was much stronger. After releasing some more, it still felt like an involuntary
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