21 year old just started to wet my bed
James

Kendal, UK

#21 Apr 2, 2012
Haha fair enough. It just feels wrong. I can't help wetting myself, but I'm making a choice to mess myself
Anonymous

Garden City, MI

#22 Apr 2, 2012
I do it I dont fell that way
Justin

Uttoxeter, UK

#23 Apr 2, 2012
Well I wet my drynites maybe 3 times a week been happening to me since I was 19 Im becoming a diaper lover aswell even though I don't wet everyday just gives me that nice feeling and comfort :-)
Anonymous

Garden City, MI

#24 Apr 2, 2012
That is how I fell man
The Slice

Ossining, NY

#25 Apr 2, 2012
Hey James #17 makes me think that you might be AB/DL. If you had a problem with the need to wear protection, you wouldn't sit around in a wet diaper until you pooped in it instead of using the toilet.

“you can call me Blake”

Since: Jan 12

luton

#26 Apr 2, 2012
The Slice wrote:
Hey James #17 makes me think that you might be AB/DL. If you had a problem with the need to wear protection, you wouldn't sit around in a wet diaper until you pooped in it instead of using the toilet.
i agree with you slice james is probbaly a nappy lover or an adult baby lover. i hear some people do this as it sexualy excites them. what do u guys think? i want you comments on this rdunagon and nappy lad and you too nappy lover. i think this area of nappy weraing or loving needs to be explained to those people who ont understand it and think its discusting.

ok theni will be back to check on progress with this difficult subject later ok then bye. feti boy
Anonymous

Garden City, MI

#27 Apr 3, 2012
I love to were diapers and no one well tell me to stop and if u like them then keep them on man go all the way

“Diisabled 19 year old male”

Since: Aug 10

Ipswich

#28 Apr 3, 2012
James wrote:
Not really no unfortunately. Is it wrong to dirty my nappy if it's already wet?
James, sounds 2 me my boy that u hav gone the same way as i hav.
I am Dean and 18 and wet but no poo my nappy all the time, im disabled and hav no controll over either but i hav becom a DL and enjoy the feeling of a full nappy on me.
U seen 2 hav become a DL too and now u r lovin the feelin of fillin ur nappy, y not, hav fun, better that drugs or drink to get ur kicks and relief. and it is hurtin no one.
join the club wiv us and BE HAPPY IN UR NAPPY.

I AM, DEAN.
The Slice

Ossining, NY

#29 Apr 3, 2012
Hey Dean, could you do me, and of course yourself? Don't use the term disabled. You're not disabled, you're "diff-abled", or physically challenged. Disabled implies that you're not functioning any longer, and we know that's not the case. I know it shouldn't be a big deal, but to me it's like fingernails on a chalk board. You might want to change it with your name as well.

“you can call me Blake”

Since: Jan 12

luton

#30 Apr 3, 2012
dean10 wrote:
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James, sounds 2 me my boy that u hav gone the same way as i hav.
I am Dean and 18 and wet but no poo my nappy all the time, im disabled and hav no controll over either but i hav becom a DL and enjoy the feeling of a full nappy on me.
U seen 2 hav become a DL too and now u r lovin the feelin of fillin ur nappy, y not, hav fun, better that drugs or drink to get ur kicks and relief. and it is hurtin no one.
join the club wiv us and BE HAPPY IN UR NAPPY.
I AM, DEAN.
i agree with you on the not hurting anyone or anything comment dean. i mean if you are enjoying wearing a nappy and filling going in it theres nothing wrong with that. it just seems wrong because not many people do it. there are far more people who like to wear nappies than are on this site. a lot of them are just too scared to come out of the closet as they feel ashamed of what society will think of them. i say f*ck society if you enjoy so what give them the finger and be happy doing what you enjoy. i enjoy wearing my naapy. i dont hurt anyone by wearing one do i. i dosent cost me a fortune to be happy. but people who doo drugs cant often afford there fix so they have to rob someone to get it now that is hurting someone. but wearing nappies and havin fun in them is not.

one more thig people who drink and get plastered end up with agonising headaches in the morning. we do not. people who drink all the time become alcoholics and cant go have a day with a bottle of buse and it is this that kills them as they get kidney diseas. we nevr get ill or die from wearing nappies and i presume we all enjoy doing it or we woudn't do it would we. i mean dean wears his because of lack of control but it has grown on him and now he wears it all the time. this is the same as me. i origanally only wore mine at night to help with my bedwetting and know i wear mine all the time too as i like how it makes feel and the joy i get out of it. once again i rephrase the point that we are not hurting anyone by doin this. so f*ck evryone else
feti boy
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Richard B

Grimsby, UK

#31 Apr 3, 2012
The Slice wrote:
Hey Dean, could you do me, and of course yourself? Don't use the term disabled. You're not disabled, you're "diff-abled", or physically challenged. Disabled implies that you're not functioning any longer, and we know that's not the case. I know it shouldn't be a big deal, but to me it's like fingernails on a chalk board. You might want to change it with your name as well.
I'm sorry Slice, but "diffabled" sounds like one of those silly American invented words. It isn't in my dictionary and I've never come across it in Britain. There are varying degrees of disability so it certainly don't mean that you aren't functioning any longer like you said. I always say that I'm partially disabled and I would never say that I'm diffabled. You shouldn't try to make British people use American words that don't mean anything here.
Richard.

“you can call me Blake”

Since: Jan 12

luton

#32 Apr 3, 2012
a gree richard if its not in the dictionary then it isn't a proper word innit blood lol thats a word thats not in the dictionary but is used by chavs again not a word in the dictionary and yet we all know what it means dont we
feti boy
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The Slice

Ossining, NY

#33 Apr 3, 2012
Yes, it is not a word, it is a "coined phrase" by combining the word differently with abled. That's why the hyphen. I think I first heard it from a US show called "Little People Big World". As Amy Roloff says in the opening segment, that they can do almost anything anyone else does, but just a little differently. Yes, there is quite a difference between the Received Pronunciation, or "King's/Queen's english" and the poor excuse for what we call english. Perhaps we should call our language something like "American". Hey look at the number of words that we have that are spelled the same way and have two entirely different meanings like the word "lead" pr. leed or led one means to guide, the other is an element. I've just gotten to where I associate disabled, or handicapped with a negative connotation. One meaning I learned about the term disabled means to take it out of action, make it so it doesn't work. I know, it's splitting hairs.

“you can call me Blake”

Since: Jan 12

luton

#34 Apr 3, 2012
its not if its a word you shoud't use it. it sends a message to children as they copy what they hear and its not good for kids to know words that arent words lol. thats why they go to school to learn proper english not these made up words that we are on about.
feti boy
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Richard B

Grimsby, UK

#35 Apr 3, 2012
The Slice wrote:
Yes, it is not a word, it is a "coined phrase" by combining the word differently with abled. That's why the hyphen. I think I first heard it from a US show called "Little People Big World". As Amy Roloff says in the opening segment, that they can do almost anything anyone else does, but just a little differently. Yes, there is quite a difference between the Received Pronunciation, or "King's/Queen's english" and the poor excuse for what we call english. Perhaps we should call our language something like "American". Hey look at the number of words that we have that are spelled the same way and have two entirely different meanings like the word "lead" pr. leed or led one means to guide, the other is an element. I've just gotten to where I associate disabled, or handicapped with a negative connotation. One meaning I learned about the term disabled means to take it out of action, make it so it doesn't work. I know, it's splitting hairs.
Hi Slice, the British aren't always right with the words they use. I noticed that you used the word "gotten" when we would use "got". Mum (who was an English teacher) told me that Shakespeare used the word "gotten" but it was then changed to "got" in normal English, so perhaps "gotten" is more correct.
Richard.

“you can call me Blake”

Since: Jan 12

luton

#36 Apr 3, 2012
Richard B wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Slice, the British aren't always right with the words they use. I noticed that you used the word "gotten" when we would use "got". Mum (who was an English teacher) told me that Shakespeare used the word "gotten" but it was then changed to "got" in normal English, so perhaps "gotten" is more correct.
Richard.
sounds better to me, i mean it makes more sence dosent it. i have gotten drunk instead of i got drunk. i mean one sentence sounds like past tence and one like present tence maybe thats why they changed it lol.

i have a question to ask.i wonder if this is true or not. i have had my hayfever come back with a vegeance this year. its so damm annoying they alwas told me when i was younger that i would grow out of it. i mean is this true can you grow out of having hayfever or not? as im 21 years old this year and it never gets any better only worse.

feti boy
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The Slice

Ossining, NY

#37 Apr 3, 2012
Hey Feti boy, I wonder how many new words have been created in the last 100 years? As I said, I don't really consider that a word, but a phrase - a merging of two words. Look at the new commercial for Yoplait yogurt and the word "swopportunity". It's not a "real" word in our language right now, but I'd be willing to bet that give it a while, and it will be considered a normal part of our english language.

“you can call me Blake”

Since: Jan 12

luton

#38 Apr 3, 2012
The Slice wrote:
Hey Feti boy, I wonder how many new words have been created in the last 100 years? As I said, I don't really consider that a word, but a phrase - a merging of two words. Look at the new commercial for Yoplait yogurt and the word "swopportunity". It's not a "real" word in our language right now, but I'd be willing to bet that give it a while, and it will be considered a normal part of our english language.
of course it will be so the advert can raise more money for the company.
its like the word chav as i said ealier at one point it wasnt even considered a word but now it is as common as hello nearly.
what do you think?

feti boy
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James

Kendal, UK

#39 Apr 3, 2012
Hi everyone. I wouldn't say I was AB/DL. Since I first started to wear nappies at night I was curious about what it would be like to mess myself. And now I know. I've had one more messy morning but apart from that one accident I've been using the potty to poop in the morning.
Justin

UK

#40 Apr 3, 2012
Do u wank in drynites? It's great gets all sticky and feels warm :-)

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