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    Hey guys! Super excited, but I finally developed a method to make 4t-5t pull-ups into about the same size (or slightly larger) than a L/XL goodnite!
    I have always been obsessed with underwear and diapers, but never really got into the whole age play thing (I just like how they feel!!). I am a bigger guy, and I have spent a good portion of my life learning how to sew so I can enjoy all the things I want to!

    Just wanted to share!








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    How did you do this? I would like to know.

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    Wow that's tight looking! Have you developed a way to make a goodnite actually fit a 32" waist?

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    Absolutely! Are you thinking one of the marvel designs (XS-M), or a standard L/XL? I would figure you meant the smaller versions, as a 32 could fit in a L/XL. I think I could probably get up to a 46-48inch waist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankenBriefs View Post
    Absolutely! Are you thinking one of the marvel designs (XS-M), or a standard L/XL? I would figure you meant the smaller versions, as a 32 could fit in a L/XL. I think I could probably get up to a 46-48inch waist.
    I double checked. Right from goodnites themselves "the large size will comfortably fit a waist size of 32 inches".
    https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXoypizjW3WknF...GoodNites.html

    So yeah it has changed. It used to be only up to a 28 inch waist. Now as we have established though, yes you can probably squeeze into them with a larger hip size, but that is not the same as fitting into them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slomo View Post
    I double checked. Right from goodnites themselves "the large size will comfortably fit a waist size of 32 inches".
    https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXoypizjW3WknF...GoodNites.html
    That is a wiki page, not the actual Goodnites website, K-C still says 28 inches or boys size 14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okmis View Post
    That is a wiki page, not the actual Goodnites website, K-C still says 28 inches or boys size 14.
    Ok, did some more digging. Goodnites (for boys and girls) is made to properly fit someone up to a size 14 underwear. I had to look it up, and a boy's child size 14 is a 27" waist, but also a 33.5" hips. So 34" hips or more and they will not properly fit (verb).

    Of course, they are still also made for a child's bladder. So anyone with an adult sized bladder and they still won't properly fit (adjective).
    https://www.goodnites.com/en-us/bedw...ites-underwear
    http://www.sizeguide.net/size-guide-...ize-chart.html

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    They make extenders with Velcro, like the Pull-Ups with Velcro (if they still are like that). People also have cut the elastic out of a pair and glued it to extend the elastic of another. It's a lot of work to do this.

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