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  1. Ady692010


    Hi and welcome, Brianj. I hope you have a great time here and look forward to seeing you around.
  2. Ady692010

    Hi I'mnew here

    Hi and welcome, Chris. I hope you have a super time here and look forward to reading about your experiences.
  3. Ady692010

    New DL, recently outed

    I am very sorry to hear that your ex girlfriend chose to do what she did. Clearly she has a lot of growing up to do and you're better off without her. Please be assured that you will find nothing other than friendship and acceptance here.
  4. Ady692010

    Hi kindred spirits

    Hi and welcome, Chris. I too am a Christian (of the Anglican variety) and I don't see any conflict between my wet interests, use of diapers and my faith. Although I don't need to use diapers for medical reasons (yet at least) I enjoy wearing and using them. I'm sure God can cope with the immense variety that is to be found in human nature.
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    Hi and welcome.
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    Hey from a UK ABDL

    Hi and welcome, Jayne. I hope you enjoy being a member here and I look forward to seeing you around.
  7. Ady692010

    Hello There!

    Hi and welcome. We're a very friendly bunch. I look forward to seeing you around.
  8. Ady692010

    Anyone, People or Groups East Midlands ?

    I'm in the East Midlands. Although I'm not interested in the AB thing, I'm certainly a regular DL. I'm particularly interested in people who don't go to the toilet when they should, whether they're DL or not.
  9. Ady692010

    new and friendly

    Hi and welcome, mate.
  10. Ady692010

    Weeing more when wearing nappies

    Thanks for that mate. Although I always use my nappies when wearing them - eventually at any rate - I've yet to summon up the courage to wet myself in public without protection. I've got a pair of black tracksuit bottoms and maybe one day I could go commando in those and wet them, probably in my own village for a start so that I could get home quickly if need be.
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    Hi and welcome, Nick. I hope you have a great time here.
  12. Ady692010

    Weeing more when wearing nappies

    Hi Poobottom. Great to see you mate. I'm not sure why I didn't spot this thread until now. This may seem surprising but I'm find when I'm in nappies that I find I need to wee less than if I'm not wearing protection. Often I can go for hours if I've got a nappy on without needing to wee much at all. If I'm not wearing a nappy it's a different matter altogether and I've often come close to weeing myself in public.
  13. Ady692010

    Thanks FedEx & Amazon

    To be honest, I've never bought them online. I just go to Boots and buy them straight off the shelf. Never any problem.
  14. Ady692010

    Has anyone ever met a real DL?

    I have met socially with one guy who was a DL. Also I've met other people (including a transgirl) who weren't particularly diaper lovers but certainly loved toilet desperation/accidsents etc.
  15. Ady692010

    Doctors Visit

    For what it's worth I don't think the doctor would have been at all fazed if she'd found out that you were wearing nappies. Halthcare professionals are trained not to be fazed by such things. What does concern me though is that you went to the doctor's with the flu! Doing so would carry the risk of passing it on to other people and there is nothing a doctor can do about flu or a common cold for that matter. Such things are viral infections not bacterial ones and they do not respond to antibiotics. If you have the flu, the best treatment is bed rest in a warm (but not overheated house) plenty of fluids (which may make you want to wee) and maybe a little paracetamol if needed. It is a self limiting condition which normally lasts no longer than a week to ten days.