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    What are the not-quite ABish things in your life, that nonetheless give you a secret thrill, comfort, or satisfaction because of your little side?

    Here's a few of my examples...

    A long time ago I discovered that grown men had a whole classes of shoes which didn't require laces, but that you could just slip on! Loafers, short boots, all sorts of formal slip ons ... Since I'm unbearably lazy I decided to never buy shoes with laces if I could help it. Now my wife teases me about it whenever we go shoe shopping and gets a kick out of telling the sales people not to show us any styles with laces. I get a kick out of that too, and just last year we indulged in a very expensive fancy pair of strap ankle boots, but the strap is velcro instead of a traditional buckle. Now whenever I put them on, I have a brief fleeting thought go through my head, "yup, this little guy needs velcro shoes because he doesn't know how to tie laces." The fact they're fancy designer boots only makes it funnier in my mind. It's a small quick thought, and I don't normally think about it the rest of the day, and honestly I would have bought the same style anyways, but it makes me smile.

    While I dress very formally at work (have to), on the weekends I'm much more of a casual slob, and even though I'm not a huge fan of jeans and t-shirts I make a point of wearing them to contrast with my usual buttoned-up polished self. Now my wife and I have kids, so that gives me an excuse to have some geeky t-shirts in my collection that can read as pretty kid-ish - for example a giant Totoro face, or a Steven Universe star shirt. When I wear these out, folks think of me as nerdy or a slightly over indulgent father - I got a shout out from a girl running the concession at the amusement park last weekend. But when I put them on I also think of myself as a kid picking out a fun favorite character shirt.

    A more private example is my selection of underpants. Much like lace up shoes I ditched tidy-whities a long time ago. Boxers however I found left me flopping around too much. Recently I've been liking these seamless Brazilian brand of briefs that are super comfortable. Because they're full coverage on the rear, stretchy and have this pattern for wicking and ventilation they look more ... functional than stylish. They also come in a nice range of ... not very grown-up or manly pastel colors ... even though they're totally for men! Don't get me wrong, they're super thin and not absorbent in the least, but when I put them on I imagine them as training pants just for a quick second.

    I don't normally think about this much, but since joining the site I because kinda conscious that I've been doing this in my life ... for a long time now.

    Does anybody else have little moments that aren't really full little indulgences? Um... not sure what to call them... Little-adjacent pleasures?

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    Well, I have these black, with fuchsia and white striped track pants, and the metal zippers go jingle jingle jingle, and sometimes I think, "bABy keys, bABy keys, and nobody knows it, Lala, lala, la la," in a sing-song kinda way. There's even a fuchsia fuzzy sweater that goes with them. No characters on it, but it works for me. I really want some of these things called Hickies. They replace laces, but are brightly colored silicone. I'm cerebrally palsied, and my hands hate laces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpAzpieSweeTot View Post
    Well, I have these black, with fuchsia and white striped track pants, and the metal zippers go jingle jingle jingle, and sometimes I think, "bABy keys, bABy keys, and nobody knows it, Lala, lala, la la,[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ff0066]" in a sing-song kinda way.
    Heehee, that's great, I love it!

    Hmm... I wonder if this is really that unusual or folks just didn't see this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdorableRabbit View Post
    Heehee, that's great, I love it!

    Hmm... I wonder if this is really that unusual or folks just didn't see this thread?
    Well, let's keep talking about it, and give them a chance to see it.
    I get that, "I know something you don't know," smile every time I wear pink of any shade.

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    Hmmm... what else?

    I keep my stuffed doggie from when I was a baby on my bookshelf in my room... he's way too fragile to cuddle, but I smile seeing him there on display.

    Of course he's right next to my wife's dolls ... so maybe he doesn't stand out that much!
    Last edited by AdorableRabbit; 27-Jan-2017 at 18:33.

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    Oh! I thought of another one!

    When I work out at the gym we have these little cups for water, and folks use a sharpie to put their initials on them so they don't get confused.

    Well I always write my two initials, OB ...
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    But then I also make sure to write them kinda sloppy ... like so ...
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    Whenever I see that I always think I should just put in eyes and a nose! *blush*
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    Of course I never do... but I always think, "That's how you know which is your cup, it's the the one with the bunny for the bunny boy!"

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    My footed onesie.
    A couple of years ago my wife decided to buy our four kids, ranging from 12-18 at the time, footed onesies each online. When they arrived, I said "Gee I wish you hadve got me one as well!" She asked if I'd wear one, to which I replied "hell yeah!"
    A couple of weeks later she found some adult ones in a store. She bought me a green camouflage one with feet, and a black/white camouflage one without feet.
    Now the thing is, she knows absolutely nothing about my little side at all. Same as my occasional diaper use. But she bought them as a kind of joke gift.

    Fast forward 2 years, and I've worn out the footless one unfortunately, (broken zipper) and the feet have worn out of the green one, but I absolutely live in them during winter, and wear them around the house all the time.

    The kids don't wear there's very much at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat View Post
    Fast forward 2 years, and I've worn out the footless one unfortunately, (broken zipper) and the feet have worn out of the green one, but I absolutely live in them during winter, and wear them around the house all the time.
    Hehe! Sound like time for some new onesies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdorableRabbit View Post
    Hehe! Sound like time for some new onesies!
    Haha....I love your O B rabbit design.

    On Saturdays in the winter, I'll often wear my bib overalls and an orange or aqua t-shirt with them. Several years ago, my wife bought me some Jump'n Jammerz footed jammies, and two Christmases ago my brother in law, at my wife's urging, bought me a two piece, Cookie Monster themed footed jammies from the woman's department of Penny's. I'm wearing them now as I write this.

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