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    Just thought I'd post how great it is to wear while getting paid to play video games =]

    Anyone else enjoy wearing to work?

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    So I'm guessing you are a YouTuber with a decent channel size to earn some money from it?

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    Tbqh not as much. As much as I've come to appreciate my diapers, the unfortunate accident can be quite the inconvenience when you're watching a classroom.

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    I love wearing to work. I'm an outside salesman so I'm on the road a lot. Being diapered sure is convenient so I don't have to search for a restroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonstah View Post
    So I'm guessing you are a YouTuber with a decent channel size to earn some money from it?
    Haha, nah. I do screen captures for EA making commercials for upcoming games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolus View Post
    Tbqh not as much. As much as I've come to appreciate my diapers, the unfortunate accident can be quite the inconvenience when you're watching a classroom.
    I could imagine.... =\

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    If you telecommute, this becomes no problem at all.

    If you are in a field where you can do that sort of thing, you should totally try to negotiate it. It's totally worth it!

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    At my last many years ago, being medically incontinent, naturally, I wore diapers on the job. No big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CVS91 View Post
    Haha, nah. I do screen captures for EA making commercials for upcoming games
    That sounds awesome I wanna work for a company like EA when I'm older, programming video games

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonstah View Post
    That sounds awesome I wanna work for a company like EA when I'm older, programming video games
    I want to work in the gaming industry, too, as a story writer. With some of the games that were released in the past few years like Destiny in Halo 5, goodness knows the industry needs them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonstah View Post
    That sounds awesome I wanna work for a company like EA when I'm older, programming video games
    A good way to start is to get on GitHub and just try making stuff! (Or contributing things to existing projects.)

    If you don't know how to make stuff, try out CodeAcademy or Khan Academy's programming course. Then try making something.

    It doesn't have to be big, it doesn't have to be ambitious--just make something! This is super-important because if you try to make something to the best of your abilities and stick with it when you start out, your skills will often jump incredibly. Tripling your ability is not unheard of, for instance, and it happens even more if you manage to finish a project and maintain it.

    Programming is one of the few industries that is almost free to start with, and it's pretty fun when you get to the point where you realize you can make literally anything. (Even if it will take some time to do)

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