Generaly, 'Potty Training' is used to describe someone other than oneself, I'm thinking. There is a whole range of definitions, from 'makes it all of the time, day and night' to 'makes it most of the time with occassional accident x times in a given time period' to 'uses potty for A but not for B'.
Generally, in this context, whether the 'Potty-Trainee' (??) chooses to use the diaper, or NOT use the potty, doesn't really count, other than as an 'accident'.
Now, I would assume most everyone here knows when they have to 'go', and chooses whatever is most prefered at the time.
If, for some oddball reason, however, we were to apply a definition of 'Potty Trained' to ourselves, what sort of responses might we get?
Myself, for example, am very capable of 'holding' everything for long periods of time. I regularly wear diapers both for the physical comfort, to feel 'little', and for the intended purpose. 99+ percent of the time, I am in control, though I have experienced the occasional 'desperate accident' (while diapered) from reaching my limits.
When I wear, I usually wind up wet, sometimes multiple times. I usually wear at home, evenings, nights, and mornings.
So, from an external observer, disregarding my *inner* knowlege, I might *NOT* be considered 'Potty Trained' (night-time, or day-time), based on 'daily' 'accidents'
Of course, there is a simple definition of
'Potty Certified, but will use Diapers when Available';
but that would defeat the purpose of the question, and take all of the fun out of things.