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    As per the forum's rules and requirements, I'm making a posting in the Introductions board, how about that?

    So my ABDL handle of choice is "Some Thing" which dates back to 2001 when I started getting involved in these...kinds...of activities on the Internet. The name "Some Thing" came from the original DPF.com discussion boards that asked for a separate first and last name. I knew better than to put my real name down and I quickly thought up "Some Thing" and the name stuck. You'll notice my name here is "TheOriginalSomeThing" because clearly some prat has nabbed that name before me. To shame!

    I was 13 at the time, spending copious amounts of time being mentally scarred by websites made by 40 and 50-somethings dressing up like little girls. I only identified as a "teen DL" at the time, based on my life's obsession with nappies and the various subsequent shenanigans it's taken me into. My sexuality was not formed at that point and I had not recognised a sexual interest in them, just a desire to be my younger self and in nappies. I did find myself developing erections in response to some of the less disgusting ABDL photos on the Internet.

    Some time around 2002 I joined the original TeenBabyNet, back when it had a pink website design and there was about 50 or so members (maybe less), I wasn't in the top 10 posters, but most people recognised me and I made a few friends there. In 2003 the website wiped its database and adopted a grey colour scheme, I didn't re-register for the website because I found other interests...

    ...that being furry. In 2003 I saw the "Plushies and Furries" documentary on Channel 5 (I'll let everyone know that the P+F docu on C5 is a good 20 minutes longer than the infamous MTV version aired in the USA in 2002, and is a lot more edgier (in the words of the docu's producer, who I personally contacted to find out why we had a different version)). When I was 9 or 10 I saw The Wizard of Oz and I remember a scene in the Munchkinland section where munchkin "chicks" appear to emerge from hibernation or eggs and I realised that I wanted to be like those cute things, all curled up and snug and stuff; but I put those thoughts to the side until I saw that documentary. I had earlier known about babyfurs from those who posted on TBN and the DPF boards (and Kari's Playground, as linked to from Deeker's website, now gone from the Internet, thank God) so I had a general idea what it was about. I decided to dive into the deep end and joined my local furry group (small by today's standards, about 80 furries within a 50 mile radius of my nearest major city) and spent too much time on Furnet IRC. (I'll mention that my furry nickname was not "Some Thing" but something else entirely, just in case anyone's wondering). I liked furry at the time, because it was so small and exclusive.

    My interest in furry and babyfur caused me to neglect "pure" ABDL and I found myself exploring my ABDL side exclusively through furry, my first "daddies" (I was in a "babyfur family") were all furries, for example. I took diapers to furmeets and met with other babyfurs, and so on.

    All this was all before I even turned 17. Throughout my time in furry I did find myself rubbing shoulders with some famous names in the fandom and babyfur (if you can call them "famous", but I mean popular artists, well known personalities, that kind of thing). I had char pics made, my character appeared in a number of furry stories (without me even asking in some cases), and I was a trusted friend of many.

    Just before I hit 18 (late 2005) I recognised that furry wasn't the best thing to happen in my life: I saw it taking time away from more important things and because I joined furry purely on the illusion of its exclusivity I found it emotionally stressful to see so many people joining (as a general idea: I'm in the first 100 members of UKFur, now there's over 10,000). I also recognised that I wasn't a proper furry: I was in it mainly for the role-play and (if I were to be given the opportunity) fursuiting, and hardly ever the art. I also found things increasingly distasteful (furmeets turned from innocent socials to excuses to meet other people for unsavoury sex) and the negative vibes you get from 'normal' furries who automatically assume babyfurs are paedophiles made it harder to make friends when I was my "true" self.

    So from 2005 to 2009 I cut myself off from both ABDL and furry entirely. I'm glad for the clarity it gave me. But in 2009 I found myself back again, after a chance encounter with some diaper pics I happened across by chance, I was like a former alcoholic now downing champagne like there was no tomorrow. After my mental binge I was now in possession of a few hundred pounds' worth of vintage diapers, which I still have, completely untouched (and don't even fit me anymore).

    In late 2009 I joined the DailyDiapers forums and found myself going to regional AB "munch" meets, I made a few friends that way (and met some old ones from my 2003-2005 days too, surprisingly) and found myself having positive feelings towards things like AB clothing where I previously found it off-putting, so lately I bought myself some onesies, shirts, terry nappies, and other accessories. I'll stress that AB is not a fetish for me, only the diapers are: the AB paraphernalia are all "comfort items".

    I'm joining ADISC because I feel I might be missing out on what this community has to offer (it's significantly larger and more active compared to DailyDiapers, for example). I'm not really looking for friends I'll admit. You might be able to tell from my tone that I'm not keen on these mandated introduction threads. Oh well.

    Right now I continue to identify as a DL with AB tendancies. My interests as an AB stem mostly from a bad case of nostalgia from when I was younger (I remember when I was 12 I wanted to be 9, when I was 9 I wanted to be 6 again, at 6 I wanted to be 3). As for furry: I'm not above an occasional bit of RP with people I'm familar with, but I'm not interested in vanilla furry at all. I do find that certain babyfur art pictures do interest me in a "must stare at the cuteness for hours" way (nothing perverted, sorry) but I'm wary of doing anything in furry in case it takes me to places I don't want to be.

    So yeah. "Hi".

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    Hey, welcome to the site! I'll be honest, we could do with some more seasoned members to balance out our younger population - sometimes we get cases of the blind leading the blind!

    It sounds like you've had lots of time to really get to know what you do and don't like - and it's refreshing to see people who've openly accepted who they are!

    Anyway, I know you're not looking for friends, but I hope you find something unique on this site to keep you sticking around!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eeyore View Post
    I know you're not looking for friends, but I hope you find something unique on this site to keep you sticking around!
    Not necessarily. You seem like a pretty sane guy (so far) from what I've read. I've added you as a friend, no harm done (unless you secretly plan to deflower my rose in a complicated scheme involving a cheese grater and a giant shoehorn).

    I don't have the requisite level points to send PMs yet. Can you send me one?

    Toodles!

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    Heyo and welcome! It's an infrequent pleasure to see someone around here that remembers the earlier days of the online ABDL scene. What a crazy and wild place the ABDL scene of the late '90s and early 2000s was eh?

    So aside from your ABDL and furry history, what sorts of things do you do for fun?

    Again, welcome!

    And yes, Eeyore's a cool cat! (or is that a good chap?).

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    Hi SomeThing,

    For someone that dislike writing introductions, you do a pretty good job at it ^^

    As eeyore said, it's always interesting to stumble uppon people that have been apart of the community for a while (longer that I have, anyway ). And as he said, some of our younge members can certainly benifit from the experience.

    If I may ask, what do you do in life, and do you have any noteworthy hobbies?

    ~~Near


    Sent from my iPhone

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOriginalSomeThing View Post
    Not necessarily. You seem like a pretty sane guy (so far) from what I've read. I've added you as a friend, no harm done (unless you secretly plan to deflower my rose in a complicated scheme involving a cheese grater and a giant shoehorn).

    I don't have the requisite level points to send PMs yet. Can you send me one?

    Toodles!
    I can send you a PM, but as you are not yet an established contributor you won't be able to reply :-p However, I have accepted your friend request should you wish to send a PM once you are levelled up :-)

    As for deflowering, my weapons of choice are a whisk and a potato ricer, so your rose is safe for now! Hope to see you around more on here!



    Quote Originally Posted by xbabyx View Post
    And yes, Eeyore's a cool cat! (or is that a good chap?).
    I would say I am a cool cat - though in a few more years I will feel old enough to be a good chap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbabyx View Post
    Heyo and welcome! It's an infrequent pleasure to see someone around here that remembers the earlier days of the online ABDL scene. What a crazy and wild place the ABDL scene of the late '90s and early 2000s was eh?
    "Crazy" is the word. It's unfortunate that in order to find anything in the ABDL community at the time you had to go through He Who Shall Remain Unnamed's website if only because his was the best maintained links section (DPF's just seemed to filled with spam for golden-shower porn sites).



    Quote Originally Posted by xbabyx View Post
    So aside from your ABDL and furry history, what sorts of things do you do for fun?
    I'm a graduate student now, but living with my parents (they're surprisingly comfortable with things, my mum washes my onesies, footed sleepers, and even terry nappies (but I don't soil them, but sometimes pee leaks into them when I wear a disposable underneath).

    I don't like to split my life into "this is what I do for work, this is my sex life, and these are my hobbies" because it's too simplistic a model. I'll admit that I'm not as sociable as I should be (I'm finding it's impossible to do well academically and have a social life at the same time. Maybe next year...).

    I'm wary of listing my major interests (sporting, or otherwise) because given enough google-fu you can probably stalk me on the Internet, but I'll say I've been involved in a number of "esoteric" extreme sports, I've seen the world (except South America), I've been in many relationships but never experienced true love. And I've got a large giant plushie collection, very few things beat a cuddle with my giant tiger (though I usually end up spending too much time doing that, and then losing out on the other things in life; I mean I got out of bed at 2pm today because I was too happy snugging up with one of my pandas, as a consequence I was starving and felt sick after eating breakfast).

    ...too much of a good thing, eh?

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    OOOOOOh - new panda; hello new panda. You know raccoons and pandas are distant relatives via the red, or lesser panda? we have other pandas too, 2 were in chat last night! At once!

    Great intro, detailed, thorough. You and I... we seem to have an urge to be "understood" - eh - and consequently to explain ourselves, and are appalled at the thought of being misunderstood. We have an urge to reveal and explain and even justify the workings of our own minds, don't we. You do strike me as at least a little bit raccoon... which would make me a teensy bit part panda! You seem to consider yourself almost in the third parson... I have more than a bit of that too...

    It's not a bad thing, it's just a "thing." But if this impression of mine is fair and at all accurate it means your intro really did describe you in ways beyond the mere facts of the case... and helping us get to know you is what an intro is supposed to do. Hence yours was exceptionally good, assessed on its merits and rated according to this particulat yardstick. (By comparison many people assume the more factual content the better an intro and wonder why asl gets them a B- whereas yours gets you an A.

    Raccoons like to give rep but only as deserved... and they also have a thing for justifying and explaining. It helps guide more new people to show themselves in a revealing light; it tells the happy just-repped not only to keep up the good work but how to do so. Keep it up. You'll go far.



    Quote Originally Posted by TheOriginalSomeThing View Post
    (unless you secretly plan to deflower my rose in a complicated scheme involving a cheese grater and a giant shoehorn).


    Quote Originally Posted by eeyore View Post

    As for deflowering, my weapons of choice are a whisk and a potato ricer
    Animal house ?

    Last edited by Raccoon; 28-Jul-2011 at 16:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raccoon View Post
    OOOOOOh - new panda; hello new panda. You know raccoons and pandas are distant relatives via the red, or lesser panda? we have other pandas too, 2 were in chat last night! At once!

    Great intro, detailed, thorough. You and I... we seem to have an urge to be "understood" - eh - and consequently to explain ourselves, and are appalled at the thought of being misunderstood. We have an urge to reveal and explain and even justify the workings of our own minds, don't we. You do strike me as at least a little bit raccoon... which would make me a teensy bit part panda! You seem to consider yourself almost in the third parson... I have more than a bit of that too...

    It's not a bad thing, it's just a "thing." But if this impression of mine is fair and at all accurate it means your intro really did describe you in ways beyond the mere facts of the case... and helping us get to know you is what an intro is supposed to do. Hence yours was exceptionally good, assessed on its merits and rated according to this particulat yardstick. (By comparison many people assume the more factual content the better an intro and wonder why asl gets them a B- whereas yours gets you an A.

    Raccoons like to give rep but only as deserved... and they also have a thing for justifying and explaining. It helps guide more new people to show themselves in a revealing light; it tells the happy just-repped not only to keep up the good work but how to do so. Keep it up. You'll go far.]
    wut.

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    Wut?


    Now you said previously

    "must stare at the cuteness for hours"
    Last edited by Raccoon; 28-Jul-2011 at 22:21.

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