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  1. True. I recently had the chance to go 24/7 for a couple of months. Turns out I tend to like somewhere between 18/7 and 21/7. Living in the heat of the south, it's not fun to wear diapers while outside doing chores or exercising. "Swamp ass" is bad enough with underwear....swamp ass with a wet diaper is like wearing a rubber weight loss suit around your privates. Some things I did learn: 1) Diaper tapes and diaper pins failed regularly when I was active. Pins are particularly painful when they pop open and stab you. After a few days I started using transparent tape around my waist a couple of times to help secure my disposable diaper, and I kept cloth diapers for nighttime use only. 2) I still can't stand the smell of my mess. I love to do it, but within 15 minutes I'm running for the shower to clean up. For me, the brief pleasure just isn't worth all the cleanup. 3) My garbage can got very heavy. I wore on the average of 20 disposable diapers in a week, and they get pretty heavy when wet. 4) I've definitely come to appreciate the different capacities of AB/DL diapers. During the day, a Tykables level diaper was much nicer to wear than Rearz Safari / ABU Simple / Bambino Bellissimos, At night, the thicker and more absorbent diapers were put to good use. 5) I was using so much baby powder that my bathroom floor looked like Studio 54 with all the white powder on the ground. Figured out it was better to powder up in the shower stall. It was a lot of fun, and now I know what works best for me.
  2. http://www.dailydiapers.com/content/links/links_abdlphoneservices.html There's also some ads on DD that seem to be for ABDL phone chat. Never used any of them, so I can't vouch for them.
  3. Looking Good Billy Ray!!!!
  4. I haven't, but here's a thread from Reddit about someone who did:
  5. Looks like something that Babykins might sell. Maybe this: http://www.babykins.com/store/all-in-one-adult-diapers/kins-pull-on-all-in-one-adult-diaper/
  6. Women wHo Administer Punishment It was a magazine that mainly dealt with women dominance over men through punishment. Occasionally they had some stories where the man was put into diapers. Eventually they started a different magazine called "His New Mommy" or something like that, and that content was almost all dominant women putting men into diapers. There was also a web site devoted to it, but it's been so long that I've forgotten the name of it.
  7. As a general rule, I think you have to upgrade your membership to Baby Banker (aka pay money) in order to change your username. I changed mine by going into account settings. clicked on "Display Name", and changed my name.
  8. I'd say, "That'll teach you to stick your nose into my stuff", since mine are in my bedroom closet. At my age, I don't really give a shiznit what people think. I keep it private because it's my own private thing, and no one else needs to know (except for my wife). But if someone finds out, oh well.......
  9. And it comes with a leatherette case with holes in it so you can listen right through the case. It goes well with my green polka dot pajamas.
  10. I haven't had any issues with Rearz diapers yet. However, I've had problems with other companies' diapers. Most wanted some sort of proof, which is reasonable. For sending me the wrong sized diapers, a picture of the diapers received always sufficed. For other issues such as bad tapes or mis-cut diapers, pictures have sufficed for most, but one company did want the remaining diapers back so they could do some quality control with their producer. In each case the company worked with me and I worked with the company. Virtually NONE of them replaced anything "without question".
  11. Unfortunately for me the only diapers in that sale are Medium. All other diaper sizes apparently have good tapes.
  12. If you are looking for adult-sized diapers made by Pampers (Proctor and Gamble), then I don't believe you will find any. The largest Pampers is Size 7, which is made for children over 41 pounds. There are some products out there that allow an adult to use baby diapers with an adapter, such as ConvertUps. If you are looking for diapers that look closest to any former Pampers diaper, then look at the ABUniverse Super Dry Kids diaper, available at www.abuniverse.com. It is based on a Pampers design from the 90s, IIRC.
  13. Not only is the cost per diaper high when ordering from Europe, it can take a month or more to get the order. My last order from SaveExpress was in postal limbo between Germany and the US for a month. Then one day the package was scanned in my city's postal facility and delivered shortly thereafter. No scans upon entering the US, wherever the point of entry was. That said, the white MyDiaper / Tykables Tighty Whitey is the perfect diaper for me when I wear one on the go. It's relatively thin, quiet, holds a lot, has very little extra plastic to fold out of the way, and has no babyish designs. Perfect for airplane travel, movies, plays, long distance driving, or any other activity in the public where access to a bathroom is limited. So I'll pay a little extra to have some available for such activities, and hope other vendors make a similar one. I know that Casey at ABU has been asked to make an ABU PreSchool diaper with no design, and he seemed receptive to it; so maybe there is hope.
  14. Same here. SaveExpress' all-white MyDiaper night diaper is pretty much the exact same thing; however, shipping from Europe is expensive. If you wear size 2, Rearz still has some of the Tighty Whiteys on sale -- shipping is lower, but not as cheap as domestic shipping.
  15. I got my order last week and have worn a few. They are pretty much similar to Bambinos. I like the pastel colors - kind of a bit muted compared to other diapers out there, but sometimes less is more. So far no leaks, although they aren't as thick as ABUs or Rearz diapers. Pretty good diapers -- I like them.