Well Iíve been reading ADISC for a while now and find it to be the friendliest AB/DL site Iíve come across. Great work!
About me, well Iím a guy who just happens to be a DL. I have a pretty normal life, a responsible job and great family and friends. This is my private side that honestly Iíve never - ever be known. Fortunately it is also something that Iíve learnt to enjoy and in some ways cherish.
Here is a snippet from my life:
One of my early memories was in my early primary school days. Charlie, my best friend at the time was unashamedly a bedwetter, whilst I was mostly dry and didn't require diapers at bedtime. We were both around 5-6 years old at the time.
At sleepovers at his house when weíd wake up and go downstairs to play with his toys. All normally except that he would have his soaked Pampers on. Back then Pampers contained much more paper pulp, and it made his bottom look very droopy. I remember the odd noise it made as he walked, as back in the 1980s plastic shell diapers were the norm and made a very distinct crinkly noise.
So here I was playing toys with my best bud, with him wearing nothing but a pee-soaked Pamper and a T-shirt. I remember teasing him about it and unsurprisingly he got annoyed.
I was mostly dry at night but for some reason wished I wore the same Pampers as my friend Charlie.
My younger brother at the time was only a toddler and wore exactly the same Pampers. On a few occasions Iíd steal a couple of his Pampers at night and remember they fit me extremely well. I got to say that the anticipation of the smell and feel made it hard to get the tabs fitted as my hands would shake so much. My parents must of found out the number of unwrapped diapers under my bed, but they didnít say anything surprisingly.
My brother would outgrow his baby Pampers eventually, and the excess stock of his Pampers steadily declined as my parents gave them to relatives and friends.
Charlie left my school at around 8 and Iíve never seen or heard from him again. If we did meet again Iím sure he wouldnít realise what effect his Pampers wearing days had on me. I wonder if Proctor and Gamble had somehow put a Trojan into their products.
I didnít start buying and wearing diapers until my teenage years when I had the means. I still remember the first time I purchase my first pack of baby diapers (still plastic backed in the late 1990s). Let me tell you that it was one exciting afternoon in the bathroom!
Fast forward to 2011, my job is in technology and engineering and have a job that enjoy. I like reading, into certain sporting activities, and a very frequent overseas traveller. I still pine for the days of those 1980ís plastic backed scented Pampers, but times have changed.
ADISC is a great way to meet other ABDLs and like I said earlier is perhaps the friendliest, clean and supportive site Iíve came across. Enough of a reason to write my intro.