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    Default I saw an adult baby in public

    I was going to work so I was leaving the mall and was waiting to cross the street when a pacifier jumped out at me. It was around the young woman's neck and she had on these bright shortalls and the fabric was childish looking, it was pink and green, and she had on bright socks and black leggings and she had her hair in two french braids and she had a regular black purse with her and regular shoes and a regular long black coat that was like a trench coat. My first reaction was "Oh an adult baby" and I wanted to talk to her and say I was one as well and ask her about her life style but I chickened out. I hate being shy but I didn't know what reaction I was going to get and the though of talking to her made me feel too anxious to a point I didn't want to talk at all. I couldn't tell if she was diapered or not because she was overweight so it makes it hard to tell.

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    Sounds like you are probably right! Very cool! I couldn't imagine wearing shortalls.... SOOOO COLD out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyMitchy View Post
    I couldn't imagine wearing shortalls.... SOOOO COLD out!
    To pull away from the AB stuff for a sec, as a student, this type of thing totally baffles me. I can be walking to/from campus, it's Jan/Feb, in the UK (not exactly known for tropical climates...), totally overcast (sometimes even raining), and I'll pass other people walking around in a T-shirt, shorts and flip-flops. I have NO idea how some people can apparently be so cold-resistant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Programmatic View Post
    To pull away from the AB stuff for a sec, as a student, this type of thing totally baffles me. I can be walking to/from campus, it's Jan/Feb, in the UK (not exactly known for tropical climates...), totally overcast (sometimes even raining), and I'll pass other people walking around in a T-shirt, shorts and flip-flops. I have NO idea how some people can apparently be so cold-resistant.
    I guess it depends on where you're from and what weather you are exposed to. I live so far upstate NY, I'm actually right next door to Canada and let me tell you, it gets DAMN cold. Once you've done about a week straight of -29f, 29f feels like a nice spring day outside, no joke!

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    A wild adult baby has been spotted!

    I can't blame you, there is always the fear of exposing yourself to somebody you don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marka
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    I hope it wasn't you

    Those are definitely rare occurences! Congratz calico!

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    Spotting an actual publicly exposed AB is almost like seeing a unicorn. LOL Provided she actually is an AB. You referred to her being a "young woman." Do you live anywhere near a college or university? Because part of me almost wonders if this could be a college student carrying out a sociology assignment to judge folks response to "deviant" behavior.

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    Shortalls are just cute. I know plenty of young women who would wear bright colored shortalls and still are not AB's. Playful, youthful, and fashionable.. I love her outfit, but it would never have screamed this girl is most definitely an AB to me. It almost seems more lolita fashion like (which I've noticed elements of which are starting to become more popular) then anything else.

    I mean it's not like the person was running around in a diaper and a bib. I think it's important to not make super quick assumptions about people, for our sake and theirs. Especially before one considers going up and outing themselves and using these assumptions to strike up conversations. It could certainly get very awkward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illinoise View Post
    Spotting an actual publicly exposed AB is almost like seeing a unicorn. LOL Provided she actually is an AB. You referred to her being a "young woman." Do you live anywhere near a college or university? Because part of me almost wonders if this could be a college student carrying out a sociology assignment to judge folks response to "deviant" behavior.
    She looked young like in her twenties. No I don't live near any universities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigglemuffinz View Post
    Shortalls are just cute. I know plenty of young women who would wear bright colored shortalls and still are not AB's. Playful, youthful, and fashionable.. I love her outfit, but it would never have screamed this girl is most definitely an AB to me. It almost seems more lolita fashion like (which I've noticed elements of which are starting to become more popular) then anything else.

    I mean it's not like the person was running around in a diaper and a bib. I think it's important to not make super quick assumptions about people, for our sake and theirs. Especially before one considers going up and outing themselves and using these assumptions to strike up conversations. It could certainly get very awkward.
    I wouldn't have notice and would have just assumed it was her normal outfit and how she had her hair but because she had a pacifier hanging on her chest, I thought something else about what she had on and about her hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illinoise View Post
    Spotting an actual publicly exposed AB is almost like seeing a unicorn.
    I like this comparison because it means that we have magical powers. My name is Tyger The Roarinator, and I approve this message.

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