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Thread: Opinions on Huggies Drynites?

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    I'm thinking of buying some today but what are your opinions on them and does anyine know the waist size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnonTDL View Post
    I'm thinking of buying some today but what are your opinions on them and does anyine know the waist size?
    i binge bought a bunch of those last year and wasn't impressed. they barely hold anything and leak really really fast. you'd be better off buying real diapers. also, if you're a guy they'll work even worse because man parts really get in the way with those. but you wouldn't lose a lot of money if you bought one bag to try them out

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    Waist size isn't really an issue with these. The elastic is insane! I have a 38" waist and 44" hips, and they pull right on (they ride low, of course, landing mainly on my hips). The big trouble, as cuddlekitty46 mentioned, is the lack of space. Or, more precisely in my case, the narrow crotch of the diaper. It's so narrow that a guy's guy-parts really challenge the leak guards to stay tight to the skin. Some of us can just get away with it. Some others--like me, unfortunately--will have major leaks almost immediately upon starting to wet. They just don't work!*

    (*TMI: I've found that if I shave my hair completely off down there, I can get away with using these. But I generally don't go that far with my trimming.)

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    I have a 28" waist and they work very fine on me and I have enough room :-)

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    With boy parts and a 34" waist I find these fit, and work very well for whatever you want to do in them~ Just don't flood them if they are already wet.

    I wear L/XL size.

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    Cheers everyone. I don't intend on messing them atm as these will be my first diapers. I didn't get them today as again I couldn't find the courage to do so but hopefully will do soon.

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    I find they work well, they hardly leak maybe because I am small in size, I like the designs and they absorb 2 wettings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    Waist size isn't really an issue with these. The elastic is insane! I have a 38" waist and 44" hips, and they pull right on (they ride low, of course, landing mainly on my hips). The big trouble, as cuddlekitty46 mentioned, is the lack of space. Or, more precisely in my case, the narrow crotch of the diaper. It's so narrow that a guy's guy-parts really challenge the leak guards to stay tight to the skin. Some of us can just get away with it. Some others--like me, unfortunately--will have major leaks almost immediately upon starting to wet. They just don't work!*

    (*TMI: I've found that if I shave my hair completely off down there, I can get away with using these. But I generally don't go that far with my trimming.)
    I find that the girl ones work better for me. there cute *blushes*

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkBear View Post
    I find that the girl ones work better for me. there cute *blushes*
    Yeah, that's the only kind I ever bother with. But, for me, it's not a matter of function (neither works well for me). Rather, I've always preferred babyish diapers, and the camo/ninja/sports-type themes on the boy pull-ups are just totally the opposite of that! The girl themes are way more "little", IMO.

    Given that baby diapers have been unisex for so long, I was a bit skeptical when male members here mentioned that girls' GoodNites worked better for them. Given that the L/XL GoodNites are aimed, in part, at pubescent teens, one would sort of expect the boys' version to have a bit more room up front for boy-bits, but nope! Both versions are sized and cut exactly the same. I did finally hold them up to a bright light side-by-side, however, and I confirmed that the padding in the boys' version is more toward the front. So! I can believe that the two function differently as far as absorbency goes, and I'm not surprised that the girls' version would be better for certain ABDL uses. If, as I do, you mostly wet while upright, then gravity is going to take your wetness right to where the all of the absorbency is in the girls' version: In the crotch area. If, on the other hand, you actually use these for bedwetting--no flooding, lying down--then I'd expect the boys' version to work best for boys and the girls' version to work best for girls. I'd be interested to hear more experiences, though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    I did finally hold them up to a bright light side-by-side, however, and I confirmed that the padding in the boys' version is more toward the front. So! I can believe that the two function differently as far as absorbency goes, and I'm not surprised that the girls' version would be better for certain ABDL uses. If, as I do, you mostly wet while upright, then gravity is going to take your wetness right to where the all of the absorbency is in the girls' version: In the crotch area. If, on the other hand, you actually use these for bedwetting--no flooding, lying down--then I'd expect the boys' version to work best for boys and the girls' version to work best for girls. I'd be interested to hear more experiences, though!
    Depends on where you point I suppose.

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