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Thread: Question(s) regarding ABU Little Pawz/MyDiaper Animals

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    Seeing how I can't see the Pictures spread around the webs of these two, could anyone be awesome and try describing them maybe? Mainly regarding what the prints on them look like and such.
    I'm considering getting them at some point, and the latter option would definitely be cheaper.
    What are people's thoughts when comparing the two?
    Also, LP has those nice fading paw prints, does the other have something similar? Not that I'd be able to see that anyway, but I like the idea. ^^

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    I haven't had either of these but I see Little Pawz all the time, so take it for what you will. I don't really like the look of LP all that much. The center white panel is attractive, with cute little diapered critters (anthro and more feral) and some toys at the left and right edges with the grey thick outline drawn fading paws in a short pace pattern running the center length of the diaper (maybe 40 paws total).The ABU logo appears intermittently at the sides with the critters but isn't that obtrusive. The colors used are green, red/brown, and blue. The critters are blue raccoon, green teddy bear, red/brown fox, red/brown kitten, and white/blue husky pup. That's all the good part.

    The wings and border covering the gathers at the crotch are a green/blue/white check pattern. The green stripes are horizontal and the blue are vertical overlaying the white background. It comes across overly busy to me, more like a tablecloth. It blunts the effect of a very nicely designed center panel. They're still very popular, so what do I know?

    For My Diaper Animals, I've not seen one in the real world. I'm just going off pictures of the product. They're an all-over scattered print, so no horizontal or vertical patterns. They use pastel yellow, blue, and violet with one animal to each color (lion, elephant, and giraffe respectively). The lion is anthro and kicks a ball. The giraffe and elephant are ferals but cute. Stars of varying sizes in the three colors make up the rest of the pattern. It's a cute enough diaper but it's a pretty clear knockoff of the more attractive Rears Safari design.

    I hope my descriptions were of some help. Maybe you'll get some comments from people who have actually used them.

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    Thanks, your descriptions were great and certainly helped me get an idea of what they look like. The check pattern on the LPZ does sound a tad odd though.
    I could of course just try out both eventually, which I probably also will do...Still nice to look for opinions though. Especially the latter isn't one I've heard too much about, but maybe it's relatively new, I don't know.
    Again, thanks lots for describing them, much appreciated ^^

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    Wait wait... why can't you see images? o.O Do you use Lynx for a web browser or something (the commandline one)? And Little Pawz are just adorable. And thick, absorbent, pretty good tapes, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphyre View Post
    Wait wait... why can't you see images? o.O Do you use Lynx for a web browser or something (the commandline one)? And Little Pawz are just adorable. And thick, absorbent, pretty good tapes, etc.
    I lost my sight many years ago due to retinal detatchment... Never even knew there was a command line based browser, that's pretty cool...
    Good to hear the tapes are good, nothing's worse than them getting Loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowballFox View Post
    I lost my sight many years ago due to retinal detatchment... Never even knew there was a command line based browser, that's pretty cool...
    Good to hear the tapes are good, nothing's worse than them getting Loose.
    Oh... *hugs* I'm really sorry to hear that. A friend of mine from work recently had one of those happen, I think he's recovering though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphyre View Post
    Oh... *hugs* I'm really sorry to hear that. A friend of mine from work recently had one of those happen, I think he's recovering though.
    *Hugs back* Well, thanks. No need to feel sorry for me though, life goes on and you learn to live with it, heh. I hope your friend is getting better though

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowballFox View Post
    *Hugs back* Well, thanks. No need to feel sorry for me though, life goes on and you learn to live with it, heh. I hope your friend is getting better though
    That's a hell of a good attitude , there is some quote that used to go around about "everything I learned in school" for me the stuff taught in school was not nearly as important as the stuff I learned from a blind friend , it helped me as firefighter in blackout conditions during fires and helped me train other guys to work more effectively in said conditions , saved my life a couple of times and now currently is helping me not to freak out as everything gets darker and fuzzier as I myself have retinopathy and cataracts , adapt and overcome! .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetra View Post
    That's a hell of a good attitude , there is some quote that used to go around about "everything I learned in school" for me the stuff taught in school was not nearly as important as the stuff I learned from a blind friend , it helped me as firefighter in blackout conditions during fires and helped me train other guys to work more effectively in said conditions , saved my life a couple of times and now currently is helping me not to freak out as everything gets darker and fuzzier as I myself have retinopathy and cataracts , adapt and overcome! .

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    Adapt and overcome. I like that
    And yes, people can learn valuable lessons from each other. Glad to hear you were able to put his lessons to good use Sorry to hear about your sight getting worse though, but I'm sure you will adapt and overcome too

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    Wow i am also severely visually impaired, been blind in one eye since i was born premature, but recently had surgery in my one decent eye for retinal detachment, now my vision is far worse than before but still hav residual vision. As the months go by im getting used to it, rely on a white cane and many pairs of sunglasses as my vision changes with lighting conditions. iPhone has changed my life. I have found diapers to be a major help when im out and about and in situations where i cant readily find or get to a bathroom. Although my mom thinks that by knowing where all the bathrooms are, than i dont need diapers, but , since i have leaks and urges that can come on pretty quick, it doesnt help to know where they are if I can't get there fast enough. For those blind or visually impaired people , do u think im using my vision as a reason for needing diapers or that i my reasoning is ok on this. Also im pretty happy right now as I recently started back at my job bagging groceries, and its great. I just got myself some rearz safari, being a blind diaperfur isnt as much fun, but i was still able to see the cute lion on these diapers and they really thick and work very well.
    Last edited by nikthewerelion; 06-Mar-2017 at 00:18.

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