Yes, I know this has been posted before. But, this is for the people who joined probably after November or so. A lot of people who want diapers think faking bedwetting is a REALLY good idea! They feel it is a free excuse for diapers, and they can wear them and become incontinent in like 3 days.
Well, hear this. Bedwetting is bad, whether it's self-induced or not. When you wet the bed genuinely, your body doesn't really incorporate bedwetting into daytime wetting. But, when you do it on purpose, you begin to have accidents in the day.
I would know this, because I have been both a genuine and fake bedwetter. I was a real bedwetter until I was about 13. (How old I am now.) I can tell you it IS nice to wear a diaper at night, dry, and wake up the next morning wet. That is nice.
But remember, you have to get there first. It's really not easy to fool your parents into thinking you bedwet ACCIDENTALLY. It will take about 3 weeks, and every single night you will have a cold, wet bed. Those are NOT fun, trust me.
And, if you do manage to fool them, then you have to convince them to buy diapers. Due to the increased amount of children and teens bedwetting, and buying Goodnites, many more parents know that this is a solution.
However, not everyone knows this. They'll probably take you to a doctor to see what is wrong. Now, they have NEVER tested me, but I hear they do test for some sort of chemical that makes urine.
Now, after they've found this is psychological, and not physical, they MIGHT buy diapers. Might. And even if they do, your best bets are Goodnites, Underjams, and Depends. None of which are actually GOOD diapers.
The whole point is this. If you're going to try your hand at faking bedwetting, the negatives and risks definitely outweigh the positives. So, please consider this the next time you want a few week's supply of diapers.