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I have heard it said that our "olfactory" (hope I spelled that right) or sense of Smell, is one of our strongest senses related to triggering long distant, past Memories..anyone interested or know any thing about this and or want to share Diaper smell(s) experiences or memories, feel free..:) 

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I remember when I was 6 and 7 years old, I use to go in my sister's room and sniff her diapers. They smelled SO GOOD and intoxicating!☺️?❤️??????? That was the very beginning of my Diaper Love!??❤️???❤️??❤️

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I mostly remember my own diaper smells..but I do also recall that "Everytime" I did smell Baby powder or lotion or even walked down the "Baby" isle at a store, it somehow seemed to Soo excite my senses..even at a young age..and it still does to this day..:)..P.S..and Oh! Congratulations!..You are the very "1st" person or member, other than myself, to Post a comment or anything for that matter at this club..Nice!!..I knew someone could do it..Thank You!!..:)  

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I have also since a kid loved the powder etc smells, it's kind a like the new car smell it will make me feel secure because when I was a baby mom used powder and that must trigger it in my head?? cause I will use that smell to make planets etc smell good. I have the Dreft soap smell in a spray bottle, they sell it as a fabric re freshener , I think they still sell it, I bought a case a yr or so ago so I mount run out. I spray my carpet in my room, our blankets, our big dog likes to sleep on our bed, and I spray the top of the bed spread. I haven't even told my wife I just do it, she hasn't complained???

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4 hours ago, foreverdl said:

I have also since a kid loved the powder etc smells, it's kind a like the new car smell it will make me feel secure because when I was a baby mom used powder and that must trigger it in my head?? cause I will use that smell to make planets etc smell good. I have the Dreft soap smell in a spray bottle, they sell it as a fabric re freshener , I think they still sell it, I bought a case a yr or so ago so I mount run out. I spray my carpet in my room, our blankets, our big dog likes to sleep on our bed, and I spray the top of the bed spread. I haven't even told my wife I just do it, she hasn't complained???

Good for you buddy!?? Happy wife, happy life!

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The smell of wet, dry or almost dried peed sheets, diapers, undies or pajamas always has excited me. A neighbor kid and his brother always had a pee smell on them, it was obvious they were both bed wetters. Loved to be around them. My friend Mike and his brother Tom were chronic bedwetters but never hid that they were. I loved their room they always had wet sheets and underwear and the room had a wonderful pee smell all the time.

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On 11/20/2021 at 2:10 PM, Gejoe said:

The smell of wet, dry or almost dried peed sheets, diapers, undies or pajamas always has excited me. A neighbor kid and his brother always had a pee smell on them, it was obvious they were both bed wetters. Loved to be around them. My friend Mike and his brother Tom were chronic bedwetters but never hid that they were. I loved their room they always had wet sheets and underwear and the room had a wonderful pee smell all the time.

For a few yrs around the age of 10yrs old I shared a bedroom with my brother and stepbrother , they had an always wet unprotected bed, I was so jealous of them . I didn't pee the bed at that age, so I had my own bed . I loved the smells sooo much, I would get undressed and lay in there wet bed and wrap up in the soaked blankets,,, I didn't know at that time what it meant when I got aroused, but I was very hard. I just know I felt soo good, and still get very excited when I think about that bed. If I could I would have a bed just as smelly as that one. I keep things somewhat under control for my wife. I would love nothing better than to share a soaking wet unprotected bed??????.  

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On 11/21/2021 at 8:15 PM, foreverdl said:

For a few yrs around the age of 10yrs old I shared a bedroom with my brother and stepbrother , they had an always wet unprotected bed, I was so jealous of them . I didn't pee the bed at that age, so I had my own bed . I loved the smells sooo much, I would get undressed and lay in there wet bed and wrap up in the soaked blankets,,, I didn't know at that time what it meant when I got aroused, but I was very hard. I just know I felt soo good, and still get very excited when I think about that bed. If I could I would have a bed just as smelly as that one. I keep things somewhat under control for my wife. I would love nothing better than to share a soaking wet unprotected bed??????.  

Ahh, great memories, now I have to sniff my own wet and dried diapers and underwear. It always makes me pee a little when I do.

 

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Memories like this are hard to hold on to sometimes. We end up experiencing them as kids, and we will always remember them, and sometimes we end up returning in our dreams to times when we feel or here something that we remember. Smells are the hardest thing, because sometimes it is very hard to duplicate the scents we smell. I'll never forget certain smells that I remember as a kid. One of these was my mother's chicken, or my mother's pork fried rice, or my moms ham or Turkey. Those bring back the most memories for me. Sometimes I get sad when I think of those types of things in my head, because probably I will never be able to experience these again unless somebody else prepares those type of things for me - there are also smells that remind me of certain individuals, or certain environments. When I was a kid I used to go to my grandmother's linen closet, open it up and take a sniff of her clean laundry. I would also go into my grandmother's laundry room and be able to smell clean white towels that she would have on the clothes bar. Don mistakable smell of something like bleach or whatever she used for soap in those days was unreal. It always brought back good memories

I'm not sure how many of us actually remember very much about our baby and toddlerhood. For me, I would always remember the smell of pampers diapers. Pampers diapers were about as common and in use as a vacuum cleaner was. Everybody had them, or they used cloth diapers. I would go to different places that had little kids, and you would not be able to go too far without running into a box of them, or being overloaded by the smell, and then ended up being tossed back into good memories of how it smelled, and all the things that it meant. It is a pity nowadays that you cannot really relive the smell of the olden days without spending about 40 to $50 a bottle on sense that you put into current diapers. Now that they took the perfume out of them, the only way to do that would be to buy a box of pampers from the 70s for a pretty close to 400 bucks or more.

When I was a kid, I would have friends that were younger, or cousins that were younger, or I would go to babysitters. Because of the prevalence of pampers, they were everywhere, so they were very unmistakable, and you knew when you walked into a room with a box of pampers in it exactly what it was going to smell like. I'll never forget that smell, and I'll always think good thoughts when I think of that smell Harriet I think that is part of the reason why I feel I like diapers so strongly is because of the smell and the reactions that they elicit. I'll never forget that smell as long as I live, and sometimes I wish I could smell that again.

Nowadays, the only way that you're going to smell something like this, is if you were to get ahold of a bottle of baby powder that had baby powder scent, or if you grab Johnson's baby lotion, or anything that reminded you of your youth. Such as baby shampoo or other things. They took the perfume out of diapers a long time ago, and probably because everybody thought that it would not be a good idea for a baby to have to deal with that heavy smell. What I heard was that Procter and gamble put that smell into a diaper because mothers liked the smell, and that is why they did it. When they started removing dyes and perfumes from diapers back in the late 90s to early 2000s, you ended up seeing very few things that whatever come close to the smell that we experienced as young kids. It's a crying shame that we have to spend so much money to be able to relive that particular smell, but I do understand the reasoning for removing perfume and other dyes from diapers. They really weren't necessary to the health of the baby, but I guess the reason why they had heavy perfumes was because it masked the smell of a used diaper.

I think it is because of the smell of diapers in my generation that I have a strong attraction to them. Additionally, I guess I like the crinkling Ness and the idea that a diaper allows you to release, and because of the diaper itself, there should be no guilt or shame in doing so. I still have these strong feelings because of the smells of diapers or the memories they elicit, and these will never go away. I will always have the feelings I had, or the memories that I carry, but I don't know if anyone would ever be able to relive that 100%, because whatever they used for perfume may not be able to be made exact, but we get pretty close.

Diaper smells do bring back a lot of memories: I could probably go on for a long time, but let's just say this: diapers are diapers, and each generation had their particular name brand available. For me, it was the pampers diapers calling for others, it could be Huggies or Luvs, but each of us had diapers that were very unique in their generations. Too bad they couldn't remake some of these, but if we made the type that kids used in my generation, for an adult, it would cost millions of dollars to do it because you would need special machinery.

Diapers are intoxicating when they smell good: they elicit reactions that put me in orbit or in heaven: there is no mistaking a diaper of my generation versus a diaper and someone else's generation because of the perfume: I realized they had to take it out, but we will always have the good memories of someone who is willing to take care of us and make sure that we were happy safe contented and loved.

Brian

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