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Just saw this on adisc.org, about a xl disposable diaper with two school age kids on the package. 

adisc.org/forum/showthread.php/105667-New-size-range-of-nappies-in-Australia-for-bigger-kids.

Must be really new because I didn't find any other info about these diapers.

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Sorry, no pictures of minors. Picture removed... If you want to see what the packaging looks like use google.

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You may have to visit adisc.org then to see them. 

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Just looked at the link, these are definitely very interesting. I wonder if the US Aldi will be releasing something similar.

 

Oh, and when DD stop allowing packaging pictures of diapers that just happened to have people who just happened to be minors on them? I thought we always used to allow those by virtue of the entire point of the picture being to show the packaging of a product people might be interested in. I'm just curious about when this change was made since it's going to make it a lot more difficult to show packaging pictures of new baby/youth diapers now that everything seems to have "photos" on it. (Even when those "photos" are largely digital creations.)

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10 hours ago, Dirty Diaper/Maxipad Lover said:

Just looked at the link, these are definitely very interesting. I wonder if the US Aldi will be releasing something similar.

 

Oh, and when DD stop allowing packaging pictures of diapers that just happened to have people who just happened to be minors on them? I thought we always used to allow those by virtue of the entire point of the picture being to show the packaging of a product people might be interested in. I'm just curious about when this change was made since it's going to make it a lot more difficult to show packaging pictures of new baby/youth diapers now that everything seems to have "photos" on it. (Even when those "photos" are largely digital creations.)

Very good point.  I can maybe understand if it wasn't a package,  and just pics of juveniles. It's very important to give diapers a positive image.  This will help break the taboo,  especially for those that may need diapers. Wearing diapers for fun always takes back seat, to support those who may need diapers, no matter how old they are, or whatever the situation may be.

 

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I wrote i post about this a while back asking whether or not anyone else had seen these at the shops. I saw them about August last year and had not seen them in July so they are a newish product I would say but i cannot find anything about them online.

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It's interesting,  but I have not seen any other photos of these, except on adisc.org. 

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Love to see this in the uk

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I read the whole thread on ADISC and it was determined that the children pictured on the package would be way too large for the diapers in that package. The diapers were basically a little larger than huggies size 6. The diapers pictured are for 20kg and up and by doing a quick google search I find that 20kg is about 44 pounds. The children pictured appear to be around fourth or fifth graders, so ages 9-11. The average boy in that age range weighs about 68 pounds or 31 kg and a girl of the same age weighs around 70 pounds or 32 kg.

Probably just a company slapping a stock photo on a package imo. 

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Taking the photo down Is Extreme! It was marketing Stock Footage that's used to Inform Customers What and Who the product is for! If the Photo was of a Baby and the Diapers were made for Teenagers nobody would buy the things.

Example

Gerber Baby Food tried to sell their product in South Africa and the Jars just sat on the Shelves... Turns out that the Picture on a Jar or Box tells the customer What's Inside and Gerber almost didn't figure that out. Now, instead of all jars having a Photo of the Gerber Baby on it, they put a Pic of Carrots on Carrots jars and Pureed Peas on a Pureed peas Jar.

(there might even be a small print disclaimer stating that No Babies were Harmed making this product) :)

 

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Weighing in on photo issue here: It's not the fact that the photos are of children (juveniles) that is the problem. The issue is that the pictures are being reposted on a site that deals with a diaper FETISH. If you were simply posting pictures on a site like Facebook, the issue would probably be nonexistent. But DailyDiapers is a site for adults who enjoy diapers for PLEASURE--sexual or otherwise. For that reason, there is a negative association with what we post and the pictures on the packaging. I believe that if you blur out any faces, it might be okay. That is what I do when I need to post pictures to my gallery of little girl outfits that I sew. If I want to show an original pattern or example and there are actual children in the picture, I simply cover the faces. I understand DailyDiapers policy completely and respect it. When people allow their children to pose commercially for diaper advertisements, they never in a million years figure that the pictures will end up on a diaper fetish site. (They probably wouldn't agree to having their children photographed if they thought that would happen). I hope this makes sense to everyone.

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I wish ALDI US would sell these.  I'd try them in a heartbeat!

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that seams hypocritical since DD it self is a diaper fetish site

incase you people have forgotten   

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