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IWetMyBed,gone

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  1. I have enjoyed myself here, but life is short, so I am leaving.

  2. If you are going to wet your self, you must be prepare for the fact that, sometimes your nappy will leak.
  3. Have you thought of trying adult bedwetting pajamas for your occasional deliberate bedwetting?

    Pjama make a pajama trouser that is like a track-suit, but has a piss proof layer.  They are easier to pull on that putting on a nappy, will take a good wetting and stay warm.

    They are so comfy that it is easy to want to wet too much, so I'd definitely advise using a rubber sheet as well; their only drawback is that they do take a while to dry.

  4. It isn't the size that matters, but how much that gushes out.
  5. May I suggest moving on from blankets to a "Nursing Duvet"; they have a breathable, wipe down, waterproof cover.
  6. Does that mean that you are dry some nights, or wear a nappy those nights ?
  7. I wish I could sleep with you on a night that you wet.
  8. I hope there is a rubber sheet protecting your mattress.
  9. I think that the time has come for you to make your underwear, a terry nappy and grown-up babypants.
  10. I hope that police officers on observation are now put in nappies, after the police shot the Brazilian, Jean Charles de Menezes, because the observer had his back turned while taking a piss and didn't photograph de Menezes leaving his Flat. Unable to compare the likeness with the identification photo, the observer then wrongly jumped to the conclusion that he was a suspect.
  11. Do you have a "Nursing Duvet", with an impermeable cover ?
  12. Expectation is often better than the the outcome. Think back to childhood, longing for a special toy, and then how you actually played with it.
  13. It depends on how you define "good", comfort or absorption ? I'd go for comfort, and a bath towel under the pad, over the rubber sheet, to absorb any overflow. Unfortunately, mine were made by Ganmill who used to make them in or near Taunton, but I think were taken over, or absorbed, by another company, probably because they were too expensive; I bought a box of 25 for a knock down price at the time, and I'm still using them, so I can't comment on a current Kylie or its equivalent. Although their surface material still feels amazingly "dry" after years of wetting, the plastic backi
  14. The better quality bed pads are made with a covering that doesn't feel wet, just damp, soon after the inner layer absorbs your pee.
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