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    So today I was out and about when I came to think about secret codes like "SWAG" and such, when I came up with this.

    So imagine you have this feeling someone you know is ABDL, but you don't want to embarrass them or yourself by asking it around a group of friends. Well this code might work, it may sound a bit silly, but it won't sound that out of place either.

    Person A Asks
    "Is it Sid?"
    And if Person B is AB/DL they will respond
    "Yeah, I Bid."

    Okay forgotten, so what the heck does all this mean?

    Well Sid stands for "Safe in Diapers"
    And Bid stands for "Belong in Diapers"

    So when some one asks
    "Is it sid?"
    To the average person it sounds like a name, but to the AB/DL in the know, the person is asking
    "Is it safe in Diapers?"
    And if the person is AB/DL then they respond with
    "Yeah, I Bid" or translated
    "Yeah, I belong in diapers."

    And if the person is not AB/DL or doesn't know the SidBid code, just act like you mis-poke or be creative and come up with a different reason.

    What do you think?
    Is there a better code out there?

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    i know alot of people who used to wear those diaper pins on there cuffs

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    Ok! Despite the fact that it does sound hilariously like an illuminati slogan [(All your butts are belong to diapers) sorry for that - I just couldn't resist] it really could work.
    But as far as English is not my native language - my judging must be poor. And it also means that a probability of me actually using it in the end is really low.

    I gave a thought of it myself some time ago. And all I got in the end was an idea of that IF a person is into our stuff - there is a non-zero chance that he knows about if not a part of out forum! So I had this silly idea that if I ever suspect someone of having any AB/DL interests in real life I'd vaguely start a pun-filled conversation about different geometrical shapes and ask about one's opinion on "A shape of a DISC". For a person that I know close enough to even think of getting such sensitive information about - it would at worst end in a bit of surprised looks, but there could be a chance that these words being put out of context might trigger some associational links and bring the thought up.

    (sorry for my bad English)

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    As the number of people who know the ab/dl pride symbol and abdl diaper pin hiden symbol are so low even tho it's on google. I doubt any text codes will ever catch on. Sorry. but tbh just use the term ab or dl. bc they both have other meanings or easy to explain away.

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    Not sure how widespread the codes would be - its a fun idea though! As a side note an ABDL friend of mine once told me a secret to identifying ABDLs in his phone. He would put "2235" beside their names as a code for "ABDL" on the numeral-text system. Pretty cool idea.

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    Oh this takes me back to the days prior to and around the onset of gay pride when we used to
    a) where green socks on Tuesdays
    b) tap a gentleman's inside of the wrist with one's index finger while shaking hands
    c) ask where the friends of Dorothy were meeting
    d) wear keys and hankies on left or right sides
    f) get the left ear pierced with a small gold ring (or was it right or was that the code to buy drugs?)
    g) leave the bottom button of your 501s undone.
    Codes are great fun and are a part of any culture. As a community we have likely become overly reliant on the internet and fogotten how valuable and fun social codes can be. I'm all for it and "I Bid!" Now, to find an old paci to add to my key ring and hang them off the left side belt loop the next time I hit the bar. (Do people still go to bars? Hmmm.)
    Let's encourage codes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadhgaby View Post
    b) tap a gentleman's inside of the wrist with one's index finger while shaking hands
    I had someone from work do this to me a few years back. He and his partner have been giving me a hard time for quite some time. They came in and when I shook his hand he pressed his finger to my wrist. It went totally over my head. Which I guess is the point. If you know, you know. If you don't, no harm done.

    I only found out because I thought it was odd pressing my wrist. I asked someone else several days later if it meant anything and they laughed their ass off. I was a tad bit embarrassed, but still thought it was funny.

    Those guys still joke around with me. I feel more a part of the joke, just not interested.

    As far as secret codes, I'm all for it. In my experience, it can work if we can get the word out to enough people.

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    When goodnites had the disappearing patterns my code word to my Mom and Dad when company or somebody who didn't know I wore diapers was around used to be the stars aren't out tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plasticsounds View Post
    I had someone from work do this to me a few years back. He and his partner have been giving me a hard time for quite some time. They came in and when I shook his hand he pressed his finger to my wrist. It went totally over my head. Which I guess is the point. If you know, you know. If you don't, no harm done.
    Masonic pass grips (not the main grips) work this way. If you know them, you'll feel them when someone gives them to you. If you don't, they feel like normal handshakes. (Source, I'm a Mason).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadhgaby View Post
    Now, to find an old paci to add to my key ring and hang them off the left side belt loop the next time I hit the bar.
    Thought about a paci too but didn't have the courage yet. Maybe a small decorating kind of paci.

    Actually, I have one of these exact pins on my key ring. I wonder if ANYBODY will even notice it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tadhgaby View Post
    Let's encourage codes!
    Exactly.

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