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Thread: Worried! How big is the box/boxes going to be for this order?

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    Default Worried! How big is the box/boxes going to be for this order?

    I have just orderd this order from nappiesRus and am worried about the size of the box/boxes. I have realised I have support staff on from 9am until 1pm tomorrow and they will be in the living room with me (which I have to sit in to hear my parcel) There is no avoiding it and if it's a large box how I'm I going to explain whats it in? I have pre 12 delivery!

    MyDiaper White - Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Lavender Extra Large - Pack of 10
    MyDiaper Animals - Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Simple Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Little Pawz Extra Large - Pack of 10
    Bambino Bellissimo Extra Large
    ABU Cushies v2 Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Space Diaper - Extra Large - Pack of 10
    Super Dry Kids v2 Extra Large - Pack of 10

    How big is the package going to be

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    I dont have any exact figures in front of me, but I normally order about 40 abu cushies at a time, and my boxes are usually about 2.5'X1'x2.4' thats a rough guess. and it looks like your ordering a lot more then 40 nappies, so i would say your probably going to get a good sized package.

    who exactly are you going to have to explain whats in it too?

    knowing this can help with the reasoning you can give.

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    Just a question, but why would you ever have to explain a package to anybody? The only person I would ever have to explain a package to is my wife. It's nobody else's business. If asked, I would just nonchalantly say "just some stuff I ordered".

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    That's gonna be a heck of a huge package coming. If they're not going to be checking in ever again, might as well say you ordered a couch

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    well the OP mentioned "support staff".


    and while its nice to think we dont owe the world around us any sort of explanation, sometimes it does help to satisfy other curiosity to prevent any sorts of social issues later. sometimes telling someone whats in a big huge mystery box, is better then telling someone to mind their own business. especially if the people asking have concern for you the receiver.


    these sort of questions of what do i say is in the box, are not nearly as black and white for some people as those with their own mailboxes and homes


    In short, sometimes its best to politely decline to tell, sometimes you have to be a bit delicate with your answers.

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    Well I pretty much know the staff here at the supported living complex know I wear nappies, I don't know what extent I'm wearing (currently 24/7) so they might just think there nappies being delivered.

    I was hospitalised 6 weeks ago because I become Psychotic again and staff needed to gain access to my room and bring my clothes to the Psych learning disability ward. It was a completely unplanned event and I had used adult nappies on the floor and a good supply of Attends nappies stacke neatly in the corner

    The staff cleaned up the used Nappies

    Nothing has been said apart from they had a staff meeting about the nappies, I know this because I had a conversation with a staff member I get on good with and he told me in light hearted conversation'' how's the hygiene issues, we are here if you need to talk ect''


    There are numerous nappy boxes with Attends down in the basement because the gray rescaling bin get full so it's easier to put them down there.

    The green general waste dustbin gets full and heavier quickly know I'm 24/7 and I had to share that with 5 other residents.

    Plus I left a used Attends slip in the main bathroom overnight when I got drunk and forgot about it until the morning. That went around the complex like wild fire.

    Do You think they already know, lol!

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    tbh it sounds like you have already come out to those around you, im not really sure why you would not tell them the package has nappies

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    If they already know you wear nappies then no need to hide them. Just say what they are.

    If they ask about the designs you could say something along the lines of you trying to bring a little happiness into a dire situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbilly View Post
    I have just orderd this order from nappiesRus and am worried about the size of the box/boxes. I have realised I have support staff on from 9am until 1pm tomorrow and they will be in the living room with me (which I have to sit in to hear my parcel) There is no avoiding it and if it's a large box how I'm I going to explain whats it in? I have pre 12 delivery!

    MyDiaper White - Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Lavender Extra Large - Pack of 10
    MyDiaper Animals - Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Simple Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Little Pawz Extra Large - Pack of 10
    Bambino Bellissimo Extra Large
    ABU Cushies v2 Extra Large - Pack of 10
    ABU Space Diaper - Extra Large - Pack of 10
    Super Dry Kids v2 Extra Large - Pack of 10

    How big is the package going to be

    HUGE TALL box, and you what waist size are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurguardianangel View Post
    HUGE TALL box, and you what waist size are you?
    48 waist

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