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    200+ Diaper Videos for 2 Year Celebration

    Man, you weren't wrong with the last one. There IS something for everyone. You're a true champion of diversity! How long did it take you to gather all of that up?
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    Clips4Sale Master Folder

    Screenshots and description please
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    PP Master Folder

    If I had a had to tip to you sir, I would. You'll have to settle for some upvotes and my thanks instead.
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    Goblin Slayer Anime Fear Wetting

    Can't believe this got an anime adaptation. I wouldn't say I'm particularly sensitive, but I read the first chapter of this a few months ago and it made me genuinely uncomfortable. I felt like it was being extreme for its own sake, rather than to make a point or anything. If you're into fear wetting, then this might interest you. But just in case the uploader's warning didn't make it clear, she's scared because one of her comrades is being raped in front of her while another is being literally torn apart nearby.
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    Yurinate! [E]

    Ah, is that what that does? I was just having the same issue so started toggling random things until something worked! :D
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    Yurinate! [E]

    Seems to be something to do with it not wanting to open in Fullscreen, which is the default. In the extracted folder, there should be a settings file (has a Wrench icon). The second box up from the bottom right hand side has two options. Click the second one and press OK. This should open it in Windowed mode.
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    Dumbest scenario videos

    Might be alone on this one, but I actually kind of like things that are obviously staged and somewhat poorly acted. There's something about watching girls pretend to be embarrassed, desparate and struggling, but doing a crap job of hiding that they're doing it on purpose. A genuine accident would just make me feel pity and sadness if I saw it, and humiliation gets a big thumbs-down from me. Sure, nobody would ever actually have a genuine accident while waiting for a kettle to boil or climbing up a stepladder to change a lightbulb. But I enjoy the "dumbness" of the scenario and the exagerrated acting because it's a fantasy, and the real thing would probably just make me uncomfortable.
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    Should I quit my job?

    Oh wow, I didn't realise people had posted here. Must have notifications toggled off somewhere. Thanks for all the answers, and they're refreshingly different from the kind I get in real life. Most people I talk to, like my parents, siblings or friends, tell me to look for another job while working. I ended up swearing and shouting at the last one to do so because I hear it every time and it never helps. If it was so simple, I'd have done so. I guess I'll post an update. Since the shift I mentioned, things haven't really improved. I haven't seen my new manager much but I don't particularly like him. He's not as bad as I first thought though. I managed to clear the air with him somewhat the day after. However, it's becoming clearer and clearer that I just can't handle the job anymore. As much as I genuinely hate talking about it, I was closer to killing myself on one Saturday night than I ever was when I was unemployed. It was kinda scary when I caught myself thinking so seriously about it and served as a bit of a wake up call. So I made a plan. I'm going to arrange an appointment with my doctor for some medication (stronger than the last lot I was on that never worked), and also tell the management that I want to be working part time from now on. A more manageable amount of hours will enable me to look for a better job, take care of myself, but also not risk being unemployed for too long again. As much as I want to wash my hands of the place, I feel too strongly that it would be irresponsible to do so. That said, if my managers refuse to help me out for whatever reason and won't let me work the hours I want, then I've prepared my notice to hand in. I feel if I've at least tried to make the situation better instead of just leaving, I can have a clear conscience. I'm on a zero hours contract aparrantly, and I've been told by others that I'm perfectly entitled to reject hours and all that. Even my assistant manager told me that there probably wouldn't be a problem with me going part-time. But all the same, I feel a bit nervous about asking. I've got two weeks holiday booked starting next week, so I'll have a bit of time to unwind. Going to do a bit of job searching or look at getting back into education. I'm pretty happy with the plan I came up with, but all the same, thank you guys for reassuring me that it's okay to quit and that my health actually matters more than the money I earn. That's not the impression I got from my family. Gonna mark GoingGreen's answer as the best since it's closest to what I've eventually settled on, but you've all helped me out a lot.
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    Should I quit my job?

    Today I had probably the worst shift I've ever had in my entire life. I work in a busy kitchen in a busy restaurant in a busy shopping mall, at the start of one of the busiest times of the year (the run-up to christmas). I've been here for a year, and I've never particularly felt like I belonged, or that I was good at what I do. But I work as hard as I can, take my jobs seriously, and try my best to be friendly whether I like it or not (more on that later). More and more, my job feels like it's crushing me, but today was like having all that weight smashed down on me with a hammer. A new manager seems to have taken a disliking to me, and in all my time at work, I've never felt so much like I wasn't worthy of being there, or that I wasn't wanted. The looming stress-wave of christmas was making me anxious enough, but now I no longer feel like I have a manager I can rely on for help. I've wanted to quit for a long time, but today I've come closer than ever to writing out a notice and handing it in. See, I know the conventional wisdom is to not leave your job until you have another lined up. I'd like to be doing that myself, ideally. But that seems impossible from where I'm sitting. This job has taken over my entire life. When I make it home after up to twelve hours of being out of the house, it's all I can do to keep myself awake long enough to eat. Everyone I've asked tells me to start looking for another job, but I don't even have the luxury of sitting in a chair when I need to at work. It's exhausting. The fact that I usually don't know what shifts I'm working more than two days before a week starts also makes it difficult to arrange interviews even if I could find the time or energy to apply. It honestly feels like I need to go back to being unemployed in order to work out what I want to do and put a plan in motion. I never wanted to work in catering, it's just the only work I've ever done and it's easy to find jobs in something you have experience in. However, I've also been unemployed, for longer than a year, and it was also one of the worst times of my life. I hated how humiliating it was to not be contributing to my family, or society. I hated how boring it was, staying at home all the time and not having anything happen in my life. I feel like it would be helpful to me to be unemployed and search from a blank slate, but that it would be extremely selfish to do so and put a burden on everyone else to support me. But I genuinely don't feel like I can handle this job any more, and I'm desparate to leave before it all pushes me to a mental place that I not long ago escaped from. From the sleep paralysis I'm getting frequently, to the constant aches and fatigue, to the misery I constantly feel, I really believe this job is slowly destroying me. But I don't want to be a burden on anyone else just because I can't handle that. Any advice?
  10. Cheers, I'll pop my head when I find the time :). And doing two similar pictures is totally fine if they're as good as these have been. I never understood the big deal about your expressions before, but I have to echo SystemUser here and agree that they're getting better. I think it's the eyes. They almost look alive in that last picture.
  11. Personally, I think Sith soiling themselves would be more in line with the work you've done in the past. In the Republic, people are allowed to have low opinions of the Jedi. They aren't a ruling caste or anything like that, and heroes come in many other forms for the republic. For the Empire however, crossing a Sith is effectively a death sentence. Unlike the Jedi, they have power and influence, and much more pride and arrogance. To talk about the time you saw a Pureblood Lord of the Sith soil herself in fear after a republic bombing run on your outpost would be suicide. Imagine the work Imperial Intelligence would have to do to cover up their leader's accidents and protect their reputation both inside and outside of the Empire. They'd need a separate division for that! But Satele is an excellent choice, and that newest picture in particular is amazing. She seems to be the very model of serenity in game, and surprisingly quick witted too. When Imperial players meet her for the first time in the 'Black Talon' flashpoint, she claims that she "crippled" a few imperial dreadnaughts and will catch you before you can complete your mission. She appears calm on the holo, but the Imperials can't see the sagging in the rear of her pants from the front (especially not on those stupid low quality holo's that Star Wars seems to be stuck with forever) and her bluffing might not seem so convincing to the republic officers running her ship for her. Big fan as always, and hope you enjoy SWTOR! It's a good game, and doesn't get the credit it deserves I feel. The levelling experience is excellent, though the endgame can be lacking. I've taken a break from it (and sacrificed my soul to WoW once more), but it'd be interesting to see what inspiration you can pick up along the way. As an imperial character, you'll be exposed to a fair few strong, proud military ladies and Sith ;).
  12. Looks like LI has a new muse ;). Big fan of this. Been playing SWTOR a lot lately (Empire naturally) and it's nice to see that foolish "Grand Master" taken down a few pegs!
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    Sketch Man commissions thread [DIAPER ART]

    Holy crap Sketch Man, you've really stepped your game up. Those pictures in your post are fantastic. Really good stuff.
  14. My favourite part is when the guy suggesting you do a filming road trip to all of your subscribers in a bid to get more money is oblivious to the fact that you'd be paying for all that.
  15. Personally, I think talking about fetishes to eleven year old children (the typical age people are given Sex Ed lessons in my country) is straddling the line between what is appropriate and what isn't. Sex Ed basically boils down to biology here; you learn about your body, how it can change and how to be safe. Just the facts that everyone needs to know. The only thing you need with that is a learning environment that encourages tolerance in general. Working out your own sexual preferences (and other personal things) is a part of the journey into adulthood that we need to learn to do for ourselves, in my opinion.