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    I was curious if anyone else had some clothes that were babyish that they wear out in public I have a cookie monster hoodie that I think is kinda babyish my wife bought it at a goodwill store it would be neat to find more clothes like it that could pass for normal clothes, my friends jokingly tease me about it but I don't care they don't know the real reason why I where it.
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    In the past.... I was able to buy a footie sleeper from goodwill.... I would wear it when I was traveling....loved it.... I would also like to have some babyish clothes that I could wear..... would love to buy some online but its tough given my current situation....

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    Quote Originally Posted by babydavie View Post
    In the past.... I was able to buy a footie sleeper from goodwill.... I would wear it when I was traveling....loved it.... I would also like to have some babyish clothes that I could wear..... would love to buy some online but its tough given my current situation....
    I bought the footie sleeper that I'm whereing in my avatar in a store called spencers its a cartoon character off a show called regular show.

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    That's awesome. Is it the Spenser's in the mall? I also know they sell footsie sleepers in Target and Walmart

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    Yup spencers in the mall they used to have sesame street ones but they didn't have them when I went back so I bought that one. Does target have them for guys? All I have seen in walmart are the kids ones and the ones for women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddedwolf View Post
    I have a Pokemon shirt that I wear that makes me feel little



    I have tons of Pokemon shirts and sweatshirts and hats that are babyish. I even have a onesie

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    Go for it!

    Especially if you are young and cute. As it seems most here are on the younger end. Enjoy it while you can do so easily.

    Managed to pull this off until well into my later 30's but face it, many won't be able to do this as well in public beyond a point.

    I still do some public play in a discrete way but Disney clothes or whatever looked much better when I was tewnty something than fourty something. So enjoy it when you have got it. There is not much in my life I regret doing but there are times I had the opportunity to be who I was and instead chose fear. Not out of the impact my choices had on others but because of a momentary blip of "what will others think" on my own part.

    I don't regret my many choices to be strong with those who are open to my true self.

    My regrets come from depriving those who could have got joy out of who I am.

    My true self has bought joy to many. My courage to be who I am has allowed others to explore who they are.

    My fear has bought nothing to anybody, including myself.

    There are many good reasons to not be "out" public but fear in itself should not be one.

    If it is "right" but still frightening for personal reasons, I would suggest 'go for it'. If one thinks it is 'wrong' for personal reasons, but wants justification to do it, I would say wait.

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    It's probably not babyish, but I wear my Loki hoodie everywhere I go. I love it so much. <3 I also like to wear stuff like pajama bottoms with Scooby, Hello Kitty, Spongebob and other littlish stuff. I also have a yellow Jake shirt, an adventure time Finn hat and a Pikachu shirt. I could probably go on forever with this too. I've never really thought of this to be babyish or part of being little though. O_o

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    Quote Originally Posted by pd8615 View Post
    Go for it!

    Especially if you are young and cute. As it seems most here are on the younger end. Enjoy it while you can do so easily.

    Managed to pull this off until well into my later 30's but face it, many won't be able to do this as well in public beyond a point.

    I still do some public play in a discrete way but Disney clothes or whatever looked much better when I was tewnty something than fourty something. So enjoy it when you have got it. There is not much in my life I regret doing but there are times I had the opportunity to be who I was and instead chose fear. Not out of the impact my choices had on others but because of a momentary blip of "what will others think" on my own part.

    I don't regret my many choices to be strong with those who are open to my true self.

    My regrets come from depriving those who could have got joy out of who I am.

    My true self has bought joy to many. My courage to be who I am has allowed others to explore who they are.

    My fear has bought nothing to anybody, including myself.

    There are many good reasons to not be "out" public but fear in itself should not be one.

    If it is "right" but still frightening for personal reasons, I would suggest 'go for it'. If one thinks it is 'wrong' for personal reasons, but wants justification to do it, I would say wait.
    The funny thing is I have been growing a beard for the past 6 months and the clothes I usually wear my friends and even my own mother think I look 40 something :b I tried going clean shaven over last spring break but I had major beard remorse.

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