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d418

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About d418

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    Squirming
  • Birthday 03/29/1960

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  • My pronouns are..
    he/him

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    Diapers
    Watersports
    Messing

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  1. To be fair, lack of realism irritates me more in a film than a TV programme. It’s as if film makers think “Once we’ve got their cash for seeing the film, who cares what they think?” And film makers do seem to treat the audience as stupid more often than TV show makers.
  2. I’ve described the beach wetting that started me off elsewhere on this site, but I’ll repeat it here. I was somewhere between 10 and 13 years old, and I was on holiday with my parents at one of the UK resorts (maybe Bournemouth, Weymouth, or somewhere in Devon). It was a sandy beach, and a hot, sunny day, and the beach was fairly busy. I was sitting on a deckchair, with other families with kids nearby. A girl, maybe 7 or 8 years old came out of the sea, naked, and went to where her parents were. Her mum picked up a towel and took the girl’s hand, pulling her closer. As the girl put h
  3. Lack of realism can be distracting. When you watch fiction, you are having to suspend your disbelief and go along with the story. Anything which is unrealistic can break that suspension of disbelief and remind you that it’s not real. If the unrealism is too frequent or too obvious, it can ruin the whole story, and make it seem ridiculous.
  4. I’m a software developer, and neither that nor anything else computer-related is ever realistically portrayed in TV & movies. Hell, EVERYONE now knows what a login prompt looks like, except, apparently, directors & writers. I’m also a physics graduate, with a strong background in astronomy, and even Star Trek writers can’t get the scale of space anywhere close to realistic. If they did, Captain Kirk would have completed his 5-year mission without ever meeting a Klingon, Romulan or anyone else. I’m NOT knowledgeable about guns, but even I know that 007 shouldn’t be able to hol
  5. I’m wondering whether anyone else became interested in wetting as a result of seeing others wet themselves? On more than one occasion, as a child, I saw girls wet themselves on the beach. I’m pretty sure that it was one particular incident that started me off thinking of it as something erotic, or at least sexually interesting. I saw a girl, naked after swimming in the sea, empty her bladder uncontrollably as she stood in front of her mum. After that, I used to watch for any other girls wetting themselves on the beach, and did see one or two wet their swimsuits. Even now, I watch wom
  6. Do you have any preference for the kind of clothes (or, indeed, other items) that you wet? If you have never wet for pleasure, but only imagined doing it, what kind of things do you imagine wetting? Personally, I have a fairly narrow set of clothes I ever wet in: underwear, shorts (of the kind I would wear on the beach), swimming trunks, or diaper/pull-ups. I wouldn’t wet in trousers, or the kind of shorts I would wear in the street.
  7. For myself: solo, on a deserted beach or in the sea, wearing shorts or swimming trunks.
  8. I wet myself in the toilets at primary school. Not sure how it happened but as I was standing at the urinals, I somehow managed to let loose before I could get my penis out of my shorts.
  9. I did once see a girl pee outside. She was talking on her phone, opposite my house, and while she did this, she went and stood over a drain in the road, reached under her miniskirt, then started peeing into the drain. I assume she was holding her panties aside to do it.
  10. Mum used to let my brother and me pee in the drain, next to the back door, when we were small. In fact, the first time I ever saw a girl pee was when we persuaded a female school friend to do it in the drain. I’ve never seen a problem with peeing outdoors when it’s possible to do so privately and on something like dirt or grass. I wouldn’t do it on a paved surface unless it was really urgent and there was no alternative.
  11. I’ve often wondered if peeing even feels the same, for men and women. I mean, it’s the most fundamental anatomical difference, isn’t it? Would we even recognise the signals that meant we needed to pee, if we were transposed? For myself, I have to say, there are other things about the female body which I would be exploring, before I got to playing at wetting (unless those signals really did get lost in translation, of course).
  12. Lying face down under a bush (both naked and wearing underwear). While hiking, in diapers. On all fours in a field. In diaper, while standing behind a bush and pretending to be peeing normally. In diaper, while standing beside a road in pouring rain, during a cycle ride.
  13. From my own experience, it isn’t easy to ejaculate with a full bladder. Being too full makes it difficult to get turned on, while being turned on enough to ejaculate makes peeing difficult. Even just after ejaculating, peeing is difficult. There’s a reason for this: urine is a spermicide. You might be interested to know that, for me at least, ejaculating feels a little like peeing.
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