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    I think several of us in the past proposed "ABDL code of conduct" which included, don't impose, don't expose, keep hygene, etc. But, I think everyone has concurred that "use common sense" has been sufficient.
    It's a good thought though.

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    no skipping afternoon naps
    eat your apple sauce
    no PG13+ movies
    bed at 7:30


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    Quote Originally Posted by PacifiedByKnowledge View Post
    no skipping afternoon naps
    eat your apple sauce
    no PG13+ movies
    bed at 7:30

    I'm a terrible AB then, as I don't do any of those. xD

    I do, however, have common sense. So that's something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RainbowDashley View Post
    I'm a terrible AB then, as I don't do any of those. xD
    And this is why you need a time out!

    One thing I like about being different is not having rules imposed on me. But yeah, common sense rules.

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    i dont have any rules and i dont folow any of pacified by knowledge's rules either. but i have terrible ADHD which means i struggle to get to sleep and even when asleep its never full complete sleep. i wake up a lot. the smallest noises wake me up.

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    If you're meaning "Code of Conduct" type rules, than the common sense rule is good. However, if you mean the type of rules that PacifiedByKnowledge listed, then I think they're important. As a Mommy I like to have a list of rules that set up a routine for my baby, like bedtime and when he needs to be in his jammies, and rules that serve as a reminder that even though he's an "A" he's also my "B", such as no swearing and no caffeinated soda without permission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HokieABDL View Post
    I think several of us in the past proposed "ABDL code of conduct" which included, don't impose, don't expose, keep hygene, etc. But, I think everyone has concurred that "use common sense" has been sufficient.
    It's a good thought though.
    I am not saying these rules are not good to go by, but like I think most of those completely depends on your surroundings. Like if your at a abdl event I don't see why you would not let that side show *It stills Depends what is going on and who your talking too though*. It is sorta the main purpose of the whole thing. Although I have never been to one in my life, so I have no clue how they are. I can only imagine though that it starts out as everyone in normal clothes and they are all just chatting. Then when it hits night time at a hotel it turns into a bunch of people in footed sleepers or something. Idk . Personally I don't think I will go to that stuff. I will just stay hidden.

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    First rule should be - - -

    "You are an AB - you do not make the rules"!

    After all because you are a Baby (Adult - maybe sometimes) and babies do not have rational use of reason to make rules !
    Now as for being an Adult then again with baby reasoning your judgment is warped and can not be reliable - so NO rule making for you !
    Last edited by babylock1; 06-Jun-2013 at 05:08. Reason: missing word

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