I'm sure this will probably not be the most popular post I've ever made and I'm more than sure most will disagree with me wholeheartedly, but to that I say, you all have more than right to do so.
Honestly, from an adult prospective, I love my adult life and I love being able to do adult things and be a productive human being. I love being able to make my own decisions, being old enough to do things I couldn't do as a minor and understanding things better as I get older.
All this being said: In my heart of hearts, this is how I really "feel" inside.
1. If there was a care taker who wanted me as his/her newborn/infant/toddler for the rest of my natural life, I don't know that I could turn it down.
2. If there was an easy procedure such as taking a pill to be instantly incontinent; if I were disabled and didn't have to subject others to my constant odor, I'd probably take it.
3. If an institution wanted me as some guinea pig "adult baby study," which meant the constant treatment of a real newborn/infant/toddler, 24/7 diaper wearing and being doped up to the eyeballs, drooling and looking at toys in wonder as if it were my first time all over again; I'd probably jump to the chance.
Here's what I'm trying to say, while it's not the most popular (or sane for that matter) realistic attitude to have towards our "fantasy", I can't help to play devils advocate and say "fuck it, I'd do it in a heart beat."
Funny thing is, I already know the outcome and once I've been into it for, I don't know, a day, a month or even a year, I'd tire of it all and long for my current life back. So, if I already know this, why the hell do I hold it in my heart as if it were some kind of actual goal I have in life?
Anyone ever get this way?