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    Default Squishy birthday to me . . .

    My birthday is coming up, and I'm looking to treat myself and indulge in some diapery goodness. I have a steady supply of good diapers, including Dry 24/7 and Molicare Super Plus (which I'm wearing now), but I'm looking to give myself a present in the form of the most ridiculously plush and absorbent diaper out there. What is that? What's better than the Dry 24/7? I'm a DL, so patterns don't appeal to me; I'm just after the thickest and thirstiest thing I can put between my legs.

    Help me have a happy and very squishy birthday!

    -RMS

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    Dry 24/7 by far is the best (at least for me) what's better you say? How about a dry 24/7 with a full liner stuffer.

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    I often use boosters, and get diapers that can hold LOTS. But for some reason I feel the need for a diaper that's super-thick and absorbent right out the bag. What's the difference? I have absolutely no idea. It shouldn't make a darn bit of difference, but it seems to for reasons as mysterious as the reasons I have this fetish in the first place.

    -RMS

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    Thanks for the suggestions, Tiny. I should have said that I'm in the U.S., so ordering from places like SaveExpress or even Rearz can be cost-prohibitive. But if the Formacare really are that good . . .

    -RMS

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMS401 View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions, Tiny. I should have said that I'm in the U.S., so ordering from places like SaveExpress or even Rearz can be cost-prohibitive. But if the Formacare really are that good . . .
    They're definitely one of the best in my humble opinion. Very comfy, silky smooth plastic outer, and an insane capacity. Worth trying for any exotic diaper aficionado! :-D

    Is it really that expensive to order from Canada? Maybe they're available somewhere in the US...?

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    I don't know about the Formacare diapers, so I can't comment on them. The thickest I have ever tried are the Comficare diapers (half inch thickness dry) and If you really want to treat yourself they have a few packs of Crinklz left. http://www.rearz.ca/adult-disposable...544bb4a490904d

    They also have some at: http://www.wearingclouds.com/?product=comficare

    Bambino Bellissimo's are also great:
    http://bambinodiapers.com/

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    Dry 24/7 with an Abena Abri-let Maxi booster is the best! If you want even thicker, add one Abena Abri-let normal booster, too, but you really won't need too.

    Happy Squishy Day!

    -Gus

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    I was using Dry 24/7 for about a year now. I started having leak problems with leaks. I switched to Northshore Supremes and love them.

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    If you want some bang for your buck, why not try some of Dependeco's AIO cloth diapers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Themanswifesman View Post
    If you want some bang for your buck, why not try some of Dependeco's AIO cloth diapers?
    Actually, I did order a cloth diaper off eBay, and I'm pretty excited about it. I also bought a case of . . . drum roll please . . . Northshore Supremes. I've tried samples before, but I can't say I remember much about them. People talk so highly of them that I thought I'd go all-in on a case.

    Thanks to all!

    -RMS

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