Now it's official: 900 Soldiers were ordered to wear diapers during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Bejing last weekend.
A German newspaper unveiled that the soldiers holding up the scroll board that formed the centerpiece of the ceremony were put into diapers. The English press picked that up too:
Beijing Olympics opening ceremony: Soldiers 'wore nappies' - Telegraph
Those soldiers had to wear diapers because they were trapped in boxes for up to 7 hours.
So you see - diapers come in handy when you don't get a chance to use the bathroom, and even officials who have nothing to do with DLism or ABism think of diapers as a solution.
That makes me wonder about a few points:
(1) Did the soliders enjoy pissing their pants in front of more than 1 billion watching on TV?
(2) How many of those 900 soliders actually used their diaper? How many just wet them, and how many dared to crap themselves in front of 1/5 of the world?
(3) Who changed all those diapers after the ceremony was over? Should I have applied for a job as an Olympic Diaper Changer for a huge pile of Renminbi Yuans?