Amazes me sometimes how easily my mind can drift to the AB side. This evening I made an innocent enough stop at a Taco Bell to get soft tacos to take home for supper. It was pretty empty in the place, and I was the only customer waiting. Over by the counter where the trays of sauce packets were located were two baby high chairs. Uh Oh! As I waited for my order I kept visually checking out those chairs. They had thick padded vinyl seats in the same color pattern as the rest of the restaurant seating. The chair frames were thick metal tubing. I found myself mentally figuring the size of the chair in relation to my upper legs and hips. "Could I fit in one", I wondered? If I had the opportunity to try, the only part I would have a problem with is getting my legs under the front metal bar which wasn't removable. I've seen Youtube vids of teens literally getting stuck tight in chairs because of that bar. In my mind I kept trying to figure how I could fit, imaging all kinds of bodily twisting and bending needed, if it would even be possible at all. My order finally came and I went over to the counter, grabbed some packs of sauce, and gave the chairs one more good look. "They just look soooo comfy", I thought. Good thing I didn't have several minutes all alone in that Taco Bell. You know what I would be doing! That's the mind of an AB for you. Guess it's probably the same with everyone who loves diapers and sees packs of them in a store baby section - makes the desire to don one that much stronger.