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Thread: Where Diapers are a Requirement for the Job (or at least an advantage)

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    So, there have been threads on this topic before, but I would like to see if there are any new comments or thoughts on this topic., as well as the fact that the previous threads I have found are now closed.

    Are there occupations out there that actually require you to wear a diaper, or perhaps where wearing a diaper is something that is an advantage for your being able to complete your work? Something that isn't an uncommon practice?

    Previous threads have identified positions such as astronauts, pilots, divers, etc... In these situations, if you have to use the toilet, it isn't an easy thing to just do because you are not in a situation where you are able. But are there other occupations that may not be as common where this occurs?

    One such occupation that I did not see in previous threads but there is strong evidence that it may be a good idea, is that of race car drivers. See the following link for reference.

    http://www.foxsports.com/nascar/shak...athroom-080114

    In this situation, one of the most famous of drivers identifies that while race car drivers don't wear diapers as a common practice, it may not be a bad idea and perhaps some do.

    As a pilot myself, I can share that I have had very painful experiences when I was in a situation where needing to use the toilet, but there was none around. Unfortunately, I was not wearing a diaper and it was a situation where while I held it as long as needed, it got to the point of hurting so bad I didn't know if I could make it. When having to focus on the different elements of landing an airplane in sometimes inclement weather or in challenging situations, the last thing you need is something that is so distracting such as feeling like your bladder is going to explode.

    Are there other jobs/ occupations where you may either see this as a requirement or at least a real benefit and that some do wear diapers because of the nature of the work?

    Just curious.



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    Public bus or train driver on timed route.

    Quality control inspector on a continuous line of goods.

    Anything that you don't want to be distracted from while doing...

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    In my outside sales job, I think about it often. I have not yet tried it as with wearing a suit and tie, I feel anything that is decent at absorbing might also be noticeable though a dress suit. So, I am always on the look out for a bathroom and also keep an empty bottle in my car, just in case.

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    I've thought about a lot in my line of work. I do a ton of driving to and from places all over the country, most of these places are out in BFE...so no bathrooms. I'm actually considering doing it, but the equipment that I use requires a lot of bending that would expose it

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleICme View Post
    Public bus or train driver on timed route.

    Quality control inspector on a continuous line of goods.

    Anything that you don't want to be distracted from while doing...
    As someone who drives a bus, I can attest to this. Granted, it's not necessary, and won't necessarily make it an easier job, but I find it a hassle to have to wait for a time check to find a bathroom,and possibly get behind. Nevertheless, it sure takes the mundanity out of driving in circles xD

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    I fly for a regional airline and some of the turnarounds can be really short depending on passenger loads. There are many times I wish I was wearing some sort of protection for convenience purposes but the uniforms the pilots wear are not very suitable to hide an undergarment of that bulk.

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    This thread does come up from time to time, and besides a few less common ones, we see a fairly short list of typical occupations.

    The classic one of course is the astronaut. (while on a space walk) NASA's been using diapers for awhile now, along with the air force, because not all planes are big roomy things you can have a toilet in or a co-pilot for that matter.

    Any job that requires you to work uninterrupted for more than say, four hours, is worth considering. Scuba divers sometimes wear on long dives. Tower climbers sometimes wear, because as one of them said, "it's a long way down to the toilet". (and no you can't just 'shoot the breeze'") Racecar drivers certainly would qualify, they have to stay hydrated and some races can be an intense 4+ hours with no option to stop or switch drivers. When you're doing something that intense, your body goes through a lot of energy and needs to keep the lactic acid flushed out with water. Just like with NASA, diaper wearing and use are part of a sniper's training program.

    There's no hard cutoff point though - the transition between necessity and convenience is gradual. Bus drivers, traffic cops, security escorts, construction, night watchman, truckers, even store checkout clerks, it's a long list. People that either wear "just in case there won't be a chance" all the way through "wearing to avoid the hassle of stopping for a bathroom break".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanch0 View Post
    I've thought about a lot in my line of work. I do a ton of driving to and from places all over the country, most of these places are out in BFE...so no bathrooms. I'm actually considering doing it, but the equipment that I use requires a lot of bending that would expose it

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    Get yourself a onesie and no worries,

    As for the unknown "passenger load" on the aircraft,a more interesting question would be how many "loaded passengers" do you get in a day.


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    The P-51 I flew in had a relief tube to use. It had a exit point down below the bottom of the plane. Most fighters have a similar more modern device. You know those green flight suites? They call them "poopy suites" and commonly strip out of them and toss them out after a long flight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pampers4Chris View Post
    The P-51 I flew in had a relief tube to use. It had a exit point down below the bottom of the plane. Most fighters have a similar more modern device. You know those green flight suites? They call them "poopy suites" and commonly strip out of them and toss them out after a long flight...
    Well that device gives new meaning to "bombs away".was the enemy aware of the golden shower option of our air force.
    I can imagine those flight suits were difficult and probably got really difficult when they came out with the short lived "ballistic diaper", if you can't put armor on the airframe put it on
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