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    Default Do you not know what disease means?!?

    I'm new here, but not new to ABDL, nor general forum life. I'm a respected (and sometimes feared!), experienced contributor across a few different topics and boards that I'm active on. Apparently I like forums. Alot. (Thread title Archer reference)

    I registered to make just ONE post. I promised myself -- JUST ONE POST-- and I'm out. And now look, I'm making an intro thread. . .

    A bit about me: I'm a lifestyle ABDL and wannabe model. I've been 24/7 for . . . Oh, man. The last ten years now! I've got a GF (always GF first, fellas!) slash Mommy, and we just celebrated our third anniversary, so, that's going well. She babies the snot outta me, and we put it up for all to see at roxxyuncensored.tumblr. If you wanna see what a loving, stable ABDL relationship looks like, check it out sometime.

    As I said before, I've been into this, seriously, for the last decade. Most of my friends, and some family know what I'm into, and, I'm discreet these days, but, I don't go out of my way to hide -- spent too many years doing that!

    I'd love to offer some been-there-done-that advice to anyone who's still closeted or uncomfortable in their own skin, or just want to talk it out. Send a PM or stop by the blog and leave us a message!

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    This is one of the more bizarre (eccentric?) introductions I have ever seen here, and I've seen a lot of them. So, uh, welcome, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Note View Post
    This is one of the more bizarre (eccentric?) introductions I have ever seen here, and I've seen a lot of them. So, uh, welcome, I guess.
    Huh.

    Well, I don't really have a response to that. Thanks, though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trisy View Post
    Huh.

    Well, I don't really have a response to that. Thanks, though!
    Dont worry it just caught me off guard a little, lol! So what's it like living as a full time AB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Note View Post
    Dont worry it just caught me off guard a little, lol! So what's it like living as a full time AB?
    It's only different when you're outside looking in.

    Think about all the things you think you want to become a "regular thing" in your life -- Maybe that's 24/7 diapers, having a Mommy, eating babyfood, being addressed/cared for/generally regarded as a baby. . . It's all possible, to some degree. Naturally, you have to make some compromises, but, to answer your question, it feels "normal" because that's what it is to me, now, and, while it's not all bread and roses, it's certainly better than what I had. I wanted it, I went after it, I fought for it, and I work hard to keep it.

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    [QUOTE=Trisy;1340457]It's only different when you're outside looking in.

    Think about all the things you think you want to become a "regular thing" in your life -- Maybe that's 24/7 diapers, having a Mommy, eating babyfood, being addressed/cared for/generally regarded as a baby. . . It's all possible, to some degree. Naturally, you have to make some compromises, but, to answer your question, it feels "normal" because that's what it is to me, now, and, while it's not all bread and roses, it's certainly better than what I had. I wanted it, I went after it, I fought for it, and I work hard to keep it.[/QUOTE
    Im very happy for you and welcome.
    The most I can wish for is you are both happy.
    That's what matters

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    Welcome, Trisy. This is one of the best intro's I have seen in my month of being here. That said I've been called eccentric more than once. So.. who knows. Anyway welcome welcome welcome good sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trisy View Post
    It's only different when you're outside looking in.

    Think about all the things you think you want to become a "regular thing" in your life -- Maybe that's 24/7 diapers, having a Mommy, eating babyfood, being addressed/cared for/generally regarded as a baby. . . It's all possible, to some degree. Naturally, you have to make some compromises, but, to answer your question, it feels "normal" because that's what it is to me, now, and, while it's not all bread and roses, it's certainly better than what I had. I wanted it, I went after it, I fought for it, and I work hard to keep it.
    Wow that sounds great! The only way I could see myself living out the ABDL lifestyle full-time is if I lived far away enough from family and friends that they'd have to give me notice before visiting. But that's a story for another time.



    Quote Originally Posted by SuperiorPenguin View Post
    Welcome, Trisy. This is one of the best intro's I have seen in my month of being here. That said I've been called eccentric more than once. So.. who knows. Anyway welcome welcome welcome good sir.
    Can I call you "Eccentric Penguin"? :V

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    Quote Originally Posted by Note View Post
    Can I call you "Eccentric Penguin"? :V
    I like that one better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Note View Post

    Can I call you "Eccentric Penguin"? :V
    You're welcome to call me whatever you please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trisy View Post
    I like that one better!
    Do you? Hmm..

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