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    dprdinky

    Default Depends have gone Fashion

    Yes you heard it hear first: Depends have now developed their disposable underwear with a flair for fashion.

    It's seems like the men have more of a design, less color, where the women's have full color and no design. Go figure!

    No designs like a babies' or toddlers, but still the idea of going with fashioned disposable underwear is interesting.
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    Butterfly Mage

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    It's too bad that the price went up and the absorbency went down.

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    GoodJams1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly Mage View Post
    It's too bad that the price went up and the absorbency went down.
    It's very sad that their priorities are not in the right place.
    Keeping the person dry must always be top priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodJams1 View Post
    It's very sad that their priorities are not in the right place.
    Keeping the person dry must always be top priority.
    I wonder whats going through their minds when they decrease the absorbency of their product. It makes very little sense to me...

    Like sure they look more like real underwear but soon enough that's about all they'll be good for...

  5. #5

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    Eventually, they will just be selling actual underwear called depends. Sure, they won't work, but they look quite a lot like underwear, don't they?

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    It's for people with drip incon. It's not for a heavy wetters. I recall that's what the pull-ups were for in general. They have Max Protection for the heavy wetters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inukaza View Post
    It's for people with drip incon. It's not for a heavy wetters. I recall that's what the pull-ups were for in general. They have Max Protection for the heavy wetters.
    I was beginning to wonder if anyone would bring this up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inukaza View Post
    It's for people with drip incon. It's not for a heavy wetters. I recall that's what the pull-ups were for in general. They have Max Protection for the heavy wetters.
    I thought drip incon was what guards for men and poise pads were for.

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    Zpeed

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    nah, i read it at DailyDi weeks or even months ago :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikenally View Post
    I thought drip incon was what guards for men and poise pads were for.
    Some people don't like the guards. They want to have other options for those men. I'm starting to think that depends is more directed to people with small incon problems. Which would explain why their products are more discreet/less aborsable. It's like they just threw max protection out to please everyone.
    Last edited by Collieflower; 13-May-2010 at 13:32.

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