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RDFan2020

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  1. I see what you mean. The vast majority of fan fiction is mediocre at best.
  2. The amount of effort is almost the same (which is probably why (in part) such restrictions exist)).
  3. It’s possible. Living in a cloud house might make clean-up a bit easier. She can probably turn any cloud that she wants into a rain cloud if she needs to rinse something out. If so, then she doesn’t need to worry about laundromat or washing machine availability, or who else might be doing laundry at the same time.
  4. Exactly. To me it doesn’t seem realistic for one person to wet and for the two of them to have sex immediately after. I have seen that trope as far back as the late 1990s or early 2000s and even back then it seemed overdone. I would prefer to see one or both characters wet, take a shower, and then either have sex or not (either one is fine with me).
  5. I agree with all of these points. Also if I read many stories by the same person and in every single one the character makes it right at the very end (usually in the last two or three sentences and always in the same place) I have to wonder if it is AI generated. I have not seen that on this site so far but I have noticed it on some of the more well-known fan fiction sites for at least the last six months when I read a story that is related to omorashi and/or accidents in some fashion. Sometimes stories written by humans also have a character make it at the very end, but a human writer will usually change things around a little from time to time. This often happens with AI generated stories because virtually every AI program that I have heard of is designed to output useful and 100 percent family-friendly content only. AI is not really designed to output omorashi content (let alone good omorashi content) at this time. If I read a story that is probably AI generated and I only realize it at the end it completely ruins the experience for me because I feels like I wasted my time reading it if I didn’t know that it was AI generated going into it.
  6. For me it can be but only if it’s laundry day and I’m fairly sure that no one else in my building will be doing laundry at the same time.
  7. I dribbled a little into my pajama bottoms that are like sweatpants about fours hours ago just before using the toilet. I have not had a full wetting in (I think) at least a week.
  8. I had a small wetting this morning when lying down in bed. I was wearing the type of pajama bottoms that are sort of like sweat pants so (as far as I can tell) the actual bed stayed dry. Basically what happened was that I stayed in bed too long after waking up and I became desperate to the point where I would leak a bit every time I wigged or sat up. By the time I got to the toilet I had a wet patch on the front of my pajama bottoms about the size of the bottom of an average plastic cup. I finished in the toilet and then rinsed off in the bathtub with my pajama bottoms still on. After draining all of the water in the tub I hung up my pajama bottoms on a towel rack in my shower area. After wringing my pajama bottoms out for a couple of minutes I have them hanging on a towel rack in my bathtub/shower area to dry. I have my bathroom window open to let out any steam/condensation.
  9. That might be doable if you happen to have a major rainstorm first thing in the morning before you have had a chance to use the toilet. Then you could go outside in the rain, get your clothes wet and empty your bladder.
  10. I think I know what you mean on some level. I would do this if I could do it without getting my shoes, socks, and cell phone wet. For as long as I can remember I did not like having wet shoes and socks. Due to being on the autism spectrum and other details of how my nervous system works I cannot stand having wet shoes and socks. I guess I could work around the possible wet cell phone issue by going out very early in the day (e.g. shortly after dawn/sunrise) and leaving my cell phone in the apartment for a short time. Avoiding wet shoes and wet socks would probably be more difficult, though.
  11. No, because I don’t typically go on shopping trips (or other long outings) with other people anymore. If anything does happen I usually just put my clothes in the hamper and wash them later. I will sometimes rinse then off in the bathtub or shower if it will be a while before I do laundry.
  12. Same here, I have a bit of an overactive bladder. I think it’s mostly a result of a combination of allergy flare-ups and an enlarged prostate. I can tell when my allergy flare-ups are getting bad because my eyes (and sometimes my ears) itch and my tendon sheaths become inflamed worsening my trigger finger symptoms (especially in my left thumb). Fortunately over the counter allergy medicine and Advil generally works eventually to resolve these symptoms. It was only by yesterday afternoon that my bladder symptoms resolved enough for me to take a half-hour walk outside my apartment for a change of scenery, and to have a late lunch/early dinner and to look around in some stores that I only look around in about once or twice a month these days. I could have gone out in the morning or early afternoon (and if I had I would have been able to buy some candy at a shop in the area that sells some fancy chocolates and some hard-to-find candies that are imported). But if I did I would have needed to wear a Depend Night Defense (just in case). Even so, I had a foot long meatball sub, a root beer, and some cheddar and sour cream chips in the late afternoon after using a Coinstar machine to turn some spare change into something that I could use. Also, just before going back to my apartment I browsed in a book store and read the back cover of an eighty dollar book about Network Automation in the business section. I didn’t buy the book because it was about a computer program that I don’t currently use and it was more than I was willing to spend. I did notice that most of the terminology on the back cover of the book was familiar to me. Therefore it looks like my current computer networking studies are starting to pay off and the shopping trip wasn’t a total loss even though I didn’t get everything done that I originally set out to do.
  13. A couple of folded bath towels or a beach towel (with something plastic underneath (such as a garbage bag)) can also work well for situations like this (as well as unplanned situations like traffic jams).
  14. My personal record during the day was just over seven hours, but that was decades ago. These days (in my late 40s) I can hold it for about three to three-and-a-half hours if I completely empty my bladder and limit fluid intake to the point of mild to moderate dehydration.
  15. I find that they only hold up maybe half the time at best. Even if they do I usually need to gently hold them up. A pull-on style undergarment that slides down is pretty much useless from a protection standpoint.
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