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    Default Milestone event for me with ADISC

    A major milestone for me on this site was meeting someone else from here. I know many of you have met others, however I suppose I'll give a little background as to why this is a milestone event for me.

    I've been involved in the ABDL community for over fifteen years and as a teen met a few others from the old mIRC chat room #dpf. The last meeting with a local guy did not go well and ended with me leaving his place after he put porn on the TV and removed his pants.

    Two things happened that day, I found out that a fat man can pull a Dukes of Hazard getting in a Toyota Corolla if he is motivated to get out of an area fast enough, and I lost my interest in meeting anyone else.

    Fast forward roughly fifteen years and I met a local guy to play Disc Golf. Now the game itself was a horrible experience as I; injued my shoulder at work hours before going, locked my keys in my car at the park and had to break in to my own car, played poorly, and cut my hand up trying to climb a fence to retrieve a disc.

    However, the meeting went exceptionally well. I may have the makings of a new friend as we ended up all but ditching the game to talk about so many random topics that, should I mention them all, would be incredibly difficult to keep this post reasonable or interesting. Of course chief among the conversations was diapers, and we bartered a few different brands in a trade along the way. (and I got to feel pretty darned old when I had to explain that Attends not only existed before the 10 series, but were better,made by Proctor and Gamble, and smelled like pampers) I suppose the only regrets I have now are that I allowed one bad meeting to stop me from doing anything for so long, and that we did not have more time in the day.

    Upon parting ways, he said, "Well I'd call this a good meeting. You didn't creep me out." To which I snapped my fingers and said, "I KNEW I forgot to do something!"
    Last edited by Khaymen; 03-Jul-2011 at 14:37.

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    Well... who did you meet?

    This was a good post and all, but it's more like a blog. You have a question or something to go with this, such as what our first meetups were like, or if we ever were creeped out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephy View Post
    Well... who did you meet?
    Should he wish to respond in this thread, it is his prerogative, however I have not asked permission to post it and respect that he may not wish to share his identity.



    Quote Originally Posted by Zephy View Post
    You have a question or something to go with this, such as what our first meetups were like, or if we ever were creeped out?
    Sure, feel free to add anything you wish, the implication, such as in conversation is for response.

    I feel no need to beg a reply by asking someone else to share their life experience. I suppose if they wanted to springboard to a story of their own a redundant "What about you?" that should be inferred is unnecessary.

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    I don't get blogs.
    Ya i have had a bad meeting once. Kinda placed me off of meeting another AB/DL again. How ever i did buy diapers off a disabled person once, He knew about DL's and didn't care

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    He met me for disc golf, it was my first meeting and I thought it went very well, he's a very intelligent person and we had some very deep conversations. He didn't creep me out which was one of my expectations upon meeting up with someone from the web. I would meet up with him again, and it's made me more open to more people in the future

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    Glad things went well guys.

    Surprisingly enough, meeting up with other ADISCers or ABDLs in real life is something I have never done either. For all I know, I'm the only mod who can say that.
    I've always been afraid of the good old creepfest myself. Fortunately, this is probably the safest site to find people who aren't likely to be that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spddan View Post
    Glad things went well guys.
    Thanks Dan



    Quote Originally Posted by spddan View Post
    I've always been afraid of the good old creepfest myself. Fortunately, this is probably the safest site to find people who aren't likely to be that way.
    I would agree in part, given that you meet an established member and read over their posts to get a feel for who they are beforehand.

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    I haven't done a meet up, though I suppose I could. My wife tends to protect me however, and I don't want to stress her. She has some major health issues and they are depressing to live with. I don't wish to add to her stress.

    That said, I think successful meetups happen if the people have more in common than just diapers. This situation sounded like that. You had interesting things to talk about, and really, that's how friendships begin.

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    A good meeting is a real pleasure. Glad to hear it went well for you both. I've been very fortunate in the meetings I have participated in and I look forward to more when time and circumstances permit. I think most people are a pretty good risk for this kind of thing but not everyone is going to hit it off socially and I think that's the most pertinent groundwork one can do when thinking about this.

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