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Dutchdreamer

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    Bathroom Control
    Bedwetting
    Diapers
    Humiliation
    Public humiliation

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  1. My question was purely about the clothes, but yes, I always wash myself too, just to get that thought out of the way. Not overweight or hairy, so that's not an issue. I've never had any comments by the way. Just a little paranoid that someone might smell something and be too polite to say it.
  2. Thanks all, that's reassuring to hear!
  3. Thanks for the tips. I'm using the first one already. Might use some of the others too, just to be safe. Annoyingly I just can't tell when it's necessary.
  4. I have a bit of an issue: I like wetting my pants every now and then. (yes, yes, join the club..) Afterwards I soak them in water ASAP, then put them in the laundry with detergent. When they come out of the dryer, I don't smell urine anymore. But here's the thing: my sense of smell is pretty weak and there have been instances where other people smelled something I didn't. (nothing urine related yet AFAIK) So I'm turning to those of you with fully functional olfactory organs for advice: are you (sometimes) still able to smell the urine after you've washed your clothes? I'd hate to walk around
  5. Has anyone thought to google the answer? It's real and This article is only one of the several I found that explain it. To summarize: 1. Women feel the need to urinate more often than men 2. a The sphincter that closes the bladder isn't completely round in women because the vagina takes up some of its space. b childbirth may exacerbate this problem (okay, so that doesn't usually apply to girls who go to school) 3. Women have a shorter urinary tract so are more likely to contract a bladder infection. So yeah, it stands to reason that girls pee themselves more often than guys,
  6. So, the real me likes wetting and diapers, but I also like playing pretend and leaving some elements to chance. So what happens here is a little interactive story where YOU get to determine who I am and what I do. I'm going to give you a few options each time. You vote and I will actually become our character and report what happens to me in story form. Okay, just to be safe I may not do everything for real. I may draw a line somewhere. But you'll get a first-person story out of it either way. I'm going to start off with a couple of questions to determine who I am. 1: What's my age
  7. Thanks! Yeah, it sure got my adrenaline going. I like the chance thing because it takes some control away from me, plus it gives me the final push to do something I might chicken out of otherwise.
  8. Every now and then I like to have an 'accident'. This time I planned to drive to a park some distance from my home after dark to have a walk. I used a random choice app to determine the scenario. (I make a list of options and role the dice) Whatever the dice say, I have to do. No re-rolling. First, I asked if I was A Going into town B Going to a shop C Going to the woods Then I asked if I was a A normal guy who didn't normally have bathroom issues (meaning no spare pants because I'm not expecting an accident) b Previously potty trained but starting to have issues again l
  9. It's an embarrassing situation, for both of you. Your mother is likely feeling just as awkward about it as you are. What you choose to do about it, if anything, is completely up to you. Some considerations: - (nearly) everyone has sexual desires. It's a fact of life and parents (should) know that. Without knowing anything about your parents or your culture, I can't say if masturbation is an accepted thing there. If not, this might turn into a problem between you. But seeing as she hasn't confronted you any further so far, I think she's most likely ok with it (in theory) - Parents do
  10. For me, it's any gender, as long as they have some degree of vulnerability. The accident should make them feel and act shy and embarrassed. If they have the confidence to laugh it away or act normal, that's a turnoff. Also, younger than myself is a plus.
  11. Great start! You might want to change the text color though. Black on black isn't easy to read..
  12. Part 2 The front door falls shut behind me with a bang that echoes in the empty stairwell. I don't hear anything else. No voices, no foot steps. Still, I take off my back pack so I can hold it in front of me, just in case. One glance downward confirms what I already knew: my jeans are stretched tight around a visible bulge in my crotch. Should have worn a wider pair of jeans, I think while walking up the stairs to the second floor. Then again, how could I have foreseen that I'd be wet when I came home? That wasn't part of the plan.. I insert my key into the lock
  13. So I'm a diaper lover and I like the feeling of peeing my pants, but unfortunately I have always had a bladder of steel in real life. So I never had any real accidents for as long as I can remember. Today I was playing a little game where I roll dice to determine how badly I had to go and whether or not I could stop myself if I started peeing. It's only pretend, since I've never been able to have a real accident. Only purposeful ones. I'd already wet my pants once while walking back from the mailbox. They were soaked before I entered the front door but I hadn't quite finished emtying my blad
  14. Having it be reality altering... that's a really great idea. I'll have to think about that
  15. I try to avoid clichés if I can, although it's not easy in this genre. Trying to come up with a decent part 2 right now, which isn't easy. Stay tuned..
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