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Thread: Have any of you been in diaper commercials/on diapers?

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    Default Have any of you been in diaper commercials/on diapers?

    I have no idea if this is classified for diaper talk but it is talking about diapers so I guess so. I know one of the girls who recently registered on here was in a Pull-Ups commercial from like the early 2000's, but have any of you like been in any diaper commercials or like been on like a bag of diapers? If you don't know what I'm talking about, I'm talking about like Pull-Ups or how Goodnites has a girl and a boy on their packaging. I'm honestly interested if anybody has, because that would be really cool but if other people knew you were, that would be kind of embarrassing at the same time.

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    All the models they used would be in their early 20s by now. But realistically it's not likely for any of the models on the packaging to be on here if you actually notice all the companies that have pictures of kids on their packaging have used the same pictures for a decade and packaging like pull ups have stopped using kids and have gone straight to the characters the reasoning for this is because of teenage suicide. kids are horrible to one another and especially if you happen to be the kid that was pictured on the larger package of goodnites or underjams Elementary School and Middle School would be Beyond a nightmare and I've seen this first-hand one of my friends in elementary school wanted to go into a modeling career well the first step is product placement and advertisements well they got a call from the agent they were working with who said Kimberly-Clark was looking for a boy around his age in the area for a new comercial so they took up on it and it happened to be a goodnites commercial I was the first one he told because I was like literally the only other person he knew that also still had issues with bedwetting and still wore those products after it aired a few of the bullies from school saw it and recognized him and the next few months they tortured him so bad at school that his parents pulled him out to homeschool him. And at 14 he commit suicide because of it. He never lived it down but that's one reason why they don't change their models any more and they film different commercials for different regions they will never air a commercial with a child in the same region that that child lives in anymore because it has literally led to suicide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w0lfpack91 View Post
    All the models they used would be in their early 20s by now. But realistically it's not likely for any of the models on the packaging to be on here if you actually notice all the companies that have pictures of kids on their packaging have used the same pictures for a decade and packaging like pull ups have stopped using kids and have gone straight to the characters the reasoning for this is because of teenage suicide. kids are horrible to one another and especially if you happen to be the kid that was pictured on the larger package of goodnites or underjams Elementary School and Middle School would be Beyond a nightmare and I've seen this first-hand one of my friends in elementary school wanted to go into a modeling career well the first step is product placement and advertisements well they got a call from the agent they were working with who said Kimberly-Clark was looking for a boy around his age in the area for a new comercial so they took up on it and it happened to be a goodnites commercial I was the first one he told because I was like literally the only other person he knew that also still had issues with bedwetting and still wore those products after it aired a few of the bullies from school saw it and recognized him and the next few months they tortured him so bad at school that his parents pulled him out to homeschool him. And at 14 he commit suicide because of it. He never lived it down but that's one reason why they don't change their models any more and they film different commercials for different regions they will never air a commercial with a child in the same region that that child lives in anymore because it has literally led to suicide.
    Oh my gosh... That is terrible and so sickening to happen to him. I've told a few of my really close friends about my used to be bedwetting and even fewer about me liking to wear diapers and they've all been really supportive and understanding but that is so cruel to do to a kid. I would have loved to be on like a diaper commercial like when I was really really young for like Pull-Ups or Huggies or Pampers or something like that, but if I had the choice I would have not done one for bedwetting. Maybe like just showing a kid pulling up the goodnites or something but not showing the face. I'm so sorry that happened to him, I wish he could be on this site so we could support him.

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    They don't pay Worth a damn for commercials either it's usually a flat fee no matter how much they use it. Your friends life was worth alot more then they could ever afford, doing work like that is pretty close to having surgery , you sign your life away in every clause they can think of under the sun to protect them from any blowback.

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    They have changed policies on protecting children's identities but not much more as well as their commercials have waned to almost non existent on TV but with their reputation and our generation who used them as kids now has kids of our own they really don't need as much advertising as they did back then. But KC legal team said that as unfortunate as it was it was more a personal and school matter on the bullying and since it took place almost 7 years after the add aired there's no way to legally trace fault back to that one ad and KC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w0lfpack91 View Post
    ...as well as their commercials have waned to almost non existent on TV but with their reputation and our generation who used them as kids now has kids of our own they really don't need as much advertising as they did back then.
    I doubt there has been more than 10 different GoodNites commercials (probably closer to 5) aired on TV over the last 20 years here in the United States. The tv ads for them have never been that prolific here in this country. You could easily go an entire year without ever seeing one. I think the last one that was on TV here was for their "Bedmats" which came out almost five years ago now.

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    You can trace causality back under any normal circumstance , but to fight them would take so long your grandkids would be going to court after your dead and gone, they don't care if someone sues that's why they have a phalanx of lawyers that get paid if they twiddle there thumbs or if they earn there keep.

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    I was never in commercials, but I did diaper testing for a major diaper manufacturer.

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    i got bullied alot in 5 and 6th grade and never once though about suicide. In this case the threat was removed with home schooling. I only wish my threat could have been removed. How do we know that the bullying from years back was the cause of his suicide?
    just pondering.

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