AverageHero

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About AverageHero

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    he/him

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    Ageplay
    Bathroom Control
    Bedwetting
    Diapers
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  1. AverageHero

    Spanked for peeing panties

    Oh hey, I know her... Samsara that is. 😄 She's an awesome person!
  2. AverageHero

    Wat other sites are you on and do you go by same name?

    Oh man.... I remember using that...
  3. I know this isn't exactly a conventional "diuretic", but any time I'm playing a video game and get to a tense moment, I always seem to have to go right then! That, and seeing movies at a movie theater >.>
  4. AverageHero

    Tumblr Rant?

    Clearly all of these posts have "female-presenting nipples", which (as we all know, thanks to Tumblr) IS THE WORST THING IN THE WORLD OH JEEBUS.
  5. AverageHero

    [Trap Male] Messing pink short

    I've only seen one public bathroom with a tiling like that myself, and that's at the Rally's/Checkers fast-food chain... But I feel like they had red, and not black >.< Also, great video! Can't wait to see more ^_^
  6. So, as a frequent bedwetter, I order diapers in bulk pretty often. With a recent order from NorthShore Medical, I received a sample pack of their new line, the NorthShore MegaMax. They boast it as a less bulky, yet slightly larger in size and holding capacity than their other styles. I personally have an issue with standard adult diaper sizes, as I have large hips, so I was eager to see if their slightly larger sizes would make a difference. Anyways, lets get right into it, shall we? To start off, The diaper itself is noticeably thinner than their Supreme or the ConfiDry 24/7 (another brand that NorthShore offers), and has one other large difference that ABDL diaper brand followers will notice right away... A landing zone for the tapes. Opening it up, there was one thing I really didn't care for.... they branded NorthShore all over the wings of the diaper, which just looks.... tacky. So, after this came the test to see if the "increased length and width" would match up to my hips. This is the major reason I stopped getting the NorthShore Supremes and went to ConfiDry 24/7's, because they're just a tad bit bigger sized, and fit me much better. Well, the MegaMax also fits me a bit better, and has about the same sizing as the ConfiDry's, so whether or not that suits you, it is definitely something to take into consideration. You'll notice as well that the NorthShore logo is clearly visible on the sides... not too thrilled there. Now we get to the real meat of the test.... the usage. I read a lot of reviews going into this and found people saying the same thing all over the board, and being either excited or disappointed by it: This thing SWELLS. Its capacity is on point with ABDL brands (you might notice a trend here...), and it quickly wicks away any wetness to help it even out. Granted, the area closest to where wetness originates swells first, and then after that it seeps out and you'll notice more and more areas getting thicker. And boy, does it get thicker. I was constantly surprised how much this thing swells. That wasn't the only thing that surprised me, however... As it swells, the landing zone starts to peel from the plastic not really wanting to expand as much as it does. This doesn't affect the tapes, which held strong, and I was able to tape and re-tape them several times (though I didn't feel any need to, honestly). These pictures were taken about 4 hours and 8 hours in, and I would say that it was at half capacity at the 8 hour mark. Another thing that surprised me was the noise level of this diaper. At the start, the thing is near silent, making it great for discreet wearing, but the more wet it got, the louder every party of it became. The landing zone crinkles more under the stress of the stretching plastic, the plastic rubs more against itself as it swells, and that is something I've not ever really had happen with an adult diaper. I've had the opposite, where they get quieter as they get more full, but never louder. So, all in all, I feel I can sum up a review of this diaper with one simple thing. Its NorthShore's attempt to make an ABDL diaper. It swells more and makes more noise as you wet it, which is something ABDL's usually look for, but not people with incontinence issues. However, this aside, it does hold up well, and if you've got a little bit larger hips (like me) or find that most Medium sizes don't fit you so great, then absolutely look into giving these a try. They are not at all like NorthShore's other styles, though, so don't go into it looking for a slightly different Supreme. Let me know what you guys think, and I'll try to answer any other questions you have as best as I can below!
  7. AverageHero

    Northshore MegaMAx

    I've tried them, and will be posting a detailed review pretty soon... I've got mixed feelings on them.
  8. AverageHero

    Faucet chug

    I feel like this concept is incredibly close to being just shy of waterboarding >.>
  9. AverageHero

    How old are you?

    My birthday is also in January! Around the same age too....
  10. That reminds me of something slightly relevant... A song about no-reason boners
  11. AverageHero

    Any alternatives to Tumblr?

    You're not wrong, and you're definitely not alone.
  12. AverageHero

    Any alternatives to Tumblr?

    Who knows? Right now it currently is. You can get into the early version if you pay for it. I haven't looked into it past that, because I know a lot of people want an immediate place that isn't blocked behind a paywall. However, just today I heard of something new and interesting.... Cumblr I don't know much about it, but they're aiming for a Dec. 17th launch (the day the rules take action), and want to bring people what they want.
  13. AverageHero

    Any alternatives to Tumblr?

    Pillowfort would be great... but right now its not open to the public. You have to have a special access code to get into their special club. Now, when that changes and they go out of early development, I think we'll see people start to flock there.
  14. Those were two unrelated things, but the attempt to file the trademark fizzled out pretty badly. As for the other defendants getting in trouble, there's still no real "verdict" on the case, it will probably flounder about a bit, but the ultimate outcome will vary depending on how they sold them. That leaves just that point, the "how they sold them". If they listed them as "Aww So Cute" with the ASC logo and images, then they were advertising another product with the intent of using the name and value of that product to make profit. Rearz, however, was selling "mystery boxes" and didn't use the ASC name, logo, or images, which means that they were just reselling diapers, not telling customers they were getting a specific product that they would have heard of and has merit behind its name. This doesn't really work in a lot of scenarios, but here's an example of one. A company can't sell you a specific movie using that movie's title and images from the movie to sell them. However, if they said "Buy a movie for $XX" and didn't say what the movie was, that'd be fine. However... most people wouldn't buy a random movie because it could suck. The ABDL world doesn't have that kind of brand diversity, so if they said "A mystery box of random ABDL brand diapers", that really narrows it down to like 6 companies and none of them are really that bad... which means people would buy it. And that's the whole reason that ASC filed the suit in the first place. There's not enough brand diversity, which makes competition really stiff between them all. If they aren't getting any cut of what another company is making off of selling their product, they want to stop it because they can't afford to not stop it. But Rearz didn't owe them anything because they (assumingly) acquired the product through legal means, then sold them without using any of their branding to help make the sale, which didn't infringe on copyright. Its a kind of crazy system lol.
  15. I remember hearing about this back when the claim was initially filed. Basically, Aww So Cute (who has a horrid reputation as a company in the ABDL world) got a bit steamed that other people had gotten and were reselling their products. They put out a blanket claim that named TONS of companies, including Rearz, LittleForBig, and a lot of small medical stores around the US. However, from what I recall, the case fell flat as there was an abundance of proof needed on ASC's side, especially regarding the Rearz claim, and they couldn't prove it. I loved studying IP Law in my legal courses, so this was a field day for me 9 months ago lol, and we've since seen several cases that also support Rearz's ability to resell product that they've purchased, so long as they do it in specific ways (which they do).