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    Default Hello my name is Vroeger

    Hello everyone,

    My nickname is Vroeger. I'm 17 years old and I like to wear diapers. Vroeger is Dutch for "in former times", and as my nickname suggests I'm interested in history. I am also interested in computers and music.

    Vroeger (about 2 years ago), I already had an account on this forum, but unfortunately I'm unable to find the username/password combination that I used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephy View Post
    I totally read that as Vroengard. -_-
    But that sounds more Danish to my ears.

    "In former times" - also hints of regression?

    I have hints of the historian (some would correct that to "hints of the hysterical) about me also; especially the history of the abdl world, online and live. [It has been said I wear the pants in the family: but they are rubber pants.]

    I have a feeling you and our other lately come Lowlander are connected; to him I suggested making a group on our groups page for Dutch speakers and people living in Holland; my reasons I gave in my reply to his intro post.

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/greetings...i-am-rael.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raccoon View Post
    "In former times" - also hints of regression?
    No, has nothing to do with that.



    Quote Originally Posted by Raccoon View Post
    I have a feeling you and our other lately come Lowlander are connected; to him I suggested making a group on our groups page for Dutch speakers and people living in Holland; my reasons I gave in my reply to his intro post.

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/greetings...i-am-rael.html
    We are both members of Het Nederlandstalige luierforum, but not in any other way connected. The Dutch forum forum is pretty much like this, only it has less members.

    I don't know about Rael but I don't feel the need to speak or read Dutch here.

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    Welcome to ADISC Vroeger,

    That's a pretty cool username you have there (as Raccoon mentioned, it also has a pretty interesting connotation for ABDLs). Is your interest in history general, or is it focused in specific eras/countries? Are you planing to study history after high school?

    As for your old account, it's generally possible to re-set passwords (as long as you still have access to the email address you registered this account under). If you re-set the password of you old account, you could request for it to be merged with this one (so all the posts on the old account would show as from being from your new account).

    In any case, glad you decided to come back

    ~~Near

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    Thank you

    My interest in history is both general and specific I think. Subjects that I have found interesting are the history of languages (English, Dutch, German), politics, religion (tribe culture, christianity, islam, hinduism), money, music, and Mesopotamia, which are in general: cultural subjects. Although I'm less interested in the history of the universe, or that of the Earth, for example, which is something completely different, so you could also say that I'm interested in specifically cultural subjects. You decide.

    But I'm not planning to study any of this. I'm planning to study "something" with computers. I'm afraid people would be able to find out who I am if I'd write more about what I do with computers.

    As for my old account, I forgot the username, password and e-mail address, so yeah, that's pretty much everything there is to forget about accounts.

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    Well welcome to the site. It's allways good to see new people come into the site. Look forward to hearing your opinions in the forms.

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    money, music, and Mesopotamia
    Has a nice ring to it


    I'm afraid people would be able to find out who I am if I'd write more about what I do with computers.
    Well said, well done. Regard for personal safety - which means privacy - is the first level at which we collectively protect ourselves.



    I'm interested in specifically cultural subjects.
    Oh hey me too. That was the upshot of my inquiries about Luiers.org - their culture. I mean you can compare any number of diaper sites, and all will have comparable forums... Especially they will have common topics such as: What's the new Bambino like? What's everyone's opinion of this new abdl movie? Where can I get a nuk 5 retail? Will vaseline cause my plastic pants to break down, and if so, what can I use instead?

    Such topics and their replies might appear on any diaper forum, diapers-for-fun or diapers-for-need. Translating forum posts into English will tell me nothing about the culture of those forums, except maybe the length of the replies and how detailed they are. I am interested rather, in things like:

    How does a site treat its newbies: are they left alone to fend for themselves? Are they led along, even coached?
    Is the forum heavily rule-driven, or does anarchy reign? Where is that line drawn?
    Is the forum heavily modded or does it look after itself?
    Is it heavily furry or hardly at all?
    Is it suitable for all ages, older teens, or strictly adults?
    Is it serious in tone, or more light-hearted?
    Is it all diapers, or does it range further afield?
    Is it raccoon-positive?

    These are the kinds of questions that are a matter of how a site "feels" and that i what I had been asking about, really. It's less a matter of right or wrong as a matter of taste. I claim Adisc is not inherently "better," say, morally, than Daily Diapers or Diaperspace or RUP; I do claim its success is greater than most sites for us recreational wearers in terms of how well it achieves its mandate. Other sites must be measured against what it is they set out to do; porn sites demand a different yardstick than support sites.

    anyway that is what I had been driving at.

    Sorry to sidetrack your thread. You sparked my interest, and look, flooding.

    I am happy to see you, and look forward to your posts. You express yourself clearly, and with greater brevity than your humble raccoon. I am jealous not to be able to travel diaper sites in other languages with your facility, and get all excited at people who have traveled and can tell me about other, foreign diaper scenes.

    I'll shut up now.

    But what sort of music, did you say?
    Last edited by Raccoon; 12-Jun-2011 at 06:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raccoon View Post
    Oh hey me too. That was the upshot of my inquiries about Luiers.org - their culture. I mean you can compare any number of diaper sites, and all will have comparable forums... Especially they will have common topics such as: What's the new Bambino like? What's everyone's opinion of this new abdl movie? Where can I get a nuk 5 retail? Will vaseline cause my plastic pants to break down, and if so, what can I use instead?

    Such topics and their replies might appear on any diaper forum, diapers-for-fun or diapers-for-need. Translating forum posts into English will tell me nothing about the culture of those forums, except maybe the length of the replies and how detailed they are. I am interested rather, in things like:

    1. How does a site treat its newbies: are they left alone to fend for themselves? Are they led along, even coached?
    2. Is the forum heavily rule-driven, or does anarchy reign? Where is that line drawn?
    3. Is the forum heavily modded or does it look after itself?
    4. Is it heavily furry or hardly at all?
    5. Is it suitable for all ages, older teens, or strictly adults?
    6. Is it serious in tone, or more light-hearted?
    7. Is it all diapers, or does it range further afield?
    8. Is it raccoon-positive?


    These are the kinds of questions that are a matter of how a site "feels" and that i what I had been asking about, really. It's less a matter of right or wrong as a matter of taste. I claim Adisc is not inherently "better," say, morally, than Daily Diapers or Diaperspace or RUP; I do claim its success is greater than most sites for us recreational wearers in terms of how well it achieves its mandate. Other sites must be measured against what it is they set out to do; porn sites demand a different yardstick than support sites.
    I'm going to answer your questions in the same order you presented them, but note that all of this is only my opinion.

    1. Newbies are expected to introduce themselves like I did here, after that they can participate in the topics like anyone else.
    2. No not at all
    3. Not heavily modded either, and there's not really a need to.
    4. I have never read anything about that at luiers.org.
    5. It's suitable for all ages just like this forum.
    6. In general more light-hearted
    7. It's a forum for DL, AB and TB, and there's some subforums to discuss other things such as the news, and for humor, forum games etc.
    8. Hmm I think so. :p


    I think luiers.org is best described as a friendly forum for DL, AB and TB, and a good source of information for both new DL/AB/TB and anyone else who's interested, for example parents. It's a forum with serious to-the-point topics but no serious tone. As a new member I felt that I was welcome and everyone was friendly. Topics about sex piss poo and more sex are not appreciated.



    Quote Originally Posted by Raccoon View Post
    I am happy to see you, and look forward to your posts. You express yourself clearly, and with greater brevity than your humble raccoon. I am jealous not to be able to travel diaper sites in other languages with your facility, and get all excited at people who have traveled and can tell me about other, foreign diaper scenes.

    I'll shut up now.

    But what sort of music, did you say?
    That's fantastic.

    I like all kinds of music, anything as long as it's not pop.

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