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    Hey everyone.

    I wanted to call myself "Just Some Random" (an alias I use on other forums), but that wasn't possible so I shortened it to JSR.

    I'm 19 - an ABDL, have been since when I was about 11. I came to know that when I was about 13, and I accepted it (to a certain extent) when I was 15.

    About a year ago I bought some diapers (we call them nappies here) when I was 18 - but just baby ones. I was at the age where I felt comfortable enough to go buy some because the person selling them to me could think they were for a child (rather than thinking they were for me as they might've when I was younger).

    Unfortunately they didn't fit. I could get one of the pullups on, but it would eventually rip (all though it was the size below the biggest size - so I fit in the middle size baby pullups lol).

    ANYWAY - I have put on weight, good for everything except for that!

    My diaper/nappy "craving" has decreased recently, but after coming home for a while, for some reason I'm more interested again!

    Sadly, in the last two weeks since coming home for the holidays (this may be x-rated, so don't read this paragraph if it's not suitable for you) - nothing else "turns me on" more than diapers/nappies and nothing else in the last 5 years has in the same way.

    My latest plan - I'm thinking of getting some "star diapers" (which should still fit me - I think I have a 30" waist now - I used to have a 26" waist when I was 18 lol).

    I don't live at home, I currently flat with flatmates (in the US I think you call them roommates).

    Anyone with advice or experiences - I'm very interested to hear!

    Sorry for this huge post. At the least, it was very good to type out "my life story"! (well, almost my life story).

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    No that's a brilliant intro so far what interests do you have besides ABDL, do you like films and TV? Play or listen to music? Take part in any sports or hobbies? Or play video games?

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    One thing first - I haven't read the stickies - even though I should have! Is my post "okay"? I hope (with one thing in particular I spoke about) that I'm not breaking any rules.

    I'm a student at university. I'm very studious, and reasonably intelligent but I work really hard for what I achieve lol. Recently that has been my main focus, uni life has become very intense, and taken up most of my time. But I study business, and I love that kind of thing - I'm in a few clubs which compliment my passion.

    As far as hobbies go, I really don't tend to do much lol. I have some health issues which keep me tired most of the time, so when I'm not doing things I need to do, I'm sleeping.

    In saying that, I do enjoy socialising, partying, drinking (in moderation, but I do enjoy a good drink lol), love music (particularly hip hop - even though I'm a little white boy) and I'm starting to begin waterskiing.

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    no what you said is fine we don't mind talking about people being sexually attracted to diapers from time to time, but we try to avoid explicit (ie 18+) conversations. You can check out the rules and tips at the top of any page

    Would you like to tell us what you study? I myself study computer science

    Drinking and Hip Hop are certainly fun, ^_^ as to the waterskiing, I'd prefer to be driving the powerboat

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    Quote Originally Posted by DylanK View Post
    no what you said is fine we don't mind talking about people being sexually attracted to diapers from time to time, but we try to avoid explicit (ie 18+) conversations. You can check out the rules and tips at the top of any page

    Would you like to tell us what you study? I myself study computer science

    Drinking and Hip Hop are certainly fun, ^_^ as to the waterskiing, I'd prefer to be driving the powerboat
    Sweet, thanks for clearing that up.

    I'm doing a Bachelor of Management Studies, which is basically business. I'm about to major in economics and strategic management.
    With computer science, do you have a major or a kind of specialisation with that?

    I've got to say, I always enjoyed driving the boat rather than being in the water doing the watersports, looks like we have that in common lol. I would sometimes be the one driving the boat while someone was waterskiing. All though I have mild cerible palsy, so I'm trying to go outside my comfort zone and take on something new

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    Welcome to the site. I've done a little water skiing and I found it fun, but demanding. I too preferred to operate the boat. I grew up on Barnegat Bay, New Jersey and had my own power boat, even as a kid. I started working in a boat yard when I was 11. I'm afraid my major is in music, which has not made the big bucks...haha. Business is a better deal, I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    Welcome to the site. I've done a little water skiing and I found it fun, but demanding. I too preferred to operate the boat. I grew up on Barnegat Bay, New Jersey and had my own power boat, even as a kid. I started working in a boat yard when I was 11. I'm afraid my major is in music, which has not made the big bucks...haha. Business is a better deal, I'm sure.

    Wow, that's pretty cool that you were able to grow up around boats. I started getting into it when I was about 8 or 9, and started driving the boat when I was 11-12, great fun.

    My old man is actually really into boats, which is what has caused my interest.

    I don't know if I mentioned, I'm actually more interested in cars, and boats are my "secondary vechile interest", lol. I worked all throughout high school (and had a paper round in primary school) so was able to buy my first car when I was 14, and have had 3 nice cars after that .. but sadly now in Uni I'm not working so I sold my last car to buy a cheaper one to be better off with the money ... One day again I shall have a nice car! Then hopefully a nice boat to match!

    I've got to say, I'm quite forunate that what I enjoy (business) is what makes money. In saying that, so long as you do what you enjoy, that's the most important thing. Until this year I've always had plenty of money, so it's easy to say money isn't a big deal - but really it's not. Most jobs I can get into after graduating pay at least "semi-decent". What I most hope for, is that I get into a job that I am passionate for. I imagine music is and will lead to quite rewarding things.

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    I focus on Internet programming

    Sailing is a dry water sport (or at least it should be) you should give that a go

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    After growing up around boats and water, and college, I moved more inland because of employment. I got involved in a motor club and built two cars for the track, a '67 Pontiac LeMans convertible and a '70 Duster 340. Both were built. The Duster was bored 30 over, had TRW racing pistons, 12 and a half compression ratio, headers, 4 barrel, and headers. It was lots of fun.

    Being a musician and doing something you love makes work almost not work. They say if you love what you do, it never seems like work. Music is certainly like that. I still play on Sunday's both for the Praise Band and for the services. I sing and direct the choirs. It's always fun. I used to concertize and have been aired on Public Radio. I also played in in rock band, a very good wedding band, and we have played for as many as 20,000 at a big festival where we were the premiere rock band.

    Now I enjoy writing and I'm working on a novel. I have a short story published on Nook Books and it's holding a 4 star rating. There's always something cool to do.

    It sounds like you have the bull by the horns in terms of your education and future employment. I'd say, go for it and enjoy every bit of it. Life is short, but it can be a great adventure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DylanK View Post
    I focus on Internet programming

    Sailing is a dry water sport (or at least it should be) you should give that a go
    When I was younger I was quite interested in programming ... but it got really hard, really fast lol - I commend you on it lol. Like a lot of computing, does internet programming change much?

    I have a friend (who I'm thinking of asking out ) who is doing honors computer sciences, and she's done a lot of programming, when she talks to me about it - it's all beyond me (and I used to be interested in it :P )

    Sailing would be interesting, another one of my friends does it and said I could go as well sometime to give it a try. Never got around to it.

    Do you sail? Do you enjoy it?



    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    After growing up around boats and water, and college, I moved more inland because of employment. I got involved in a motor club and built two cars for the track, a '67 Pontiac LeMans convertible and a '70 Duster 340. Both were built. The Duster was bored 30 over, had TRW racing pistons, 12 and a half compression ratio, headers, 4 barrel, and headers. It was lots of fun.

    Being a musician and doing something you love makes work almost not work. They say if you love what you do, it never seems like work. Music is certainly like that. I still play on Sunday's both for the Praise Band and for the services. I sing and direct the choirs. It's always fun. I used to concertize and have been aired on Public Radio. I also played in in rock band, a very good wedding band, and we have played for as many as 20,000 at a big festival where we were the premiere rock band.

    Now I enjoy writing and I'm working on a novel. I have a short story published on Nook Books and it's holding a 4 star rating. There's always something cool to do.

    It sounds like you have the bull by the horns in terms of your education and future employment. I'd say, go for it and enjoy every bit of it. Life is short, but it can be a great adventure.


    As I said, one of my main passions is cars - in saying that, other than the basic stuff, I don't know a lot about them lol. But I know those makes and models, and that sounds awesome lol. Really got to love those muscle cars. Sadly we don't have a lot of them here (in proportion to other cars as the US does), and most of them are left hand drive, and we need them right hand drive (older ones can get certified though).

    It does sound like you've had an interesting experience with vechiles, I'm jelly

    Music is great (if you have a talent for it - unlike me). It may not always be the highest paying job in the world, but you're seldom not going to enjoy what you're doing (I would think). In saying that, playing in front of 20 000 people must have been difficult! So in saying that, you probably need to enjoy the music AND enjoy playing in front of other people lol!

    What kind of short stories/book are you writing?

    While bussiness in the profession of money (while it's not really a profession), in most countries (at least in New Zealand) it's incredibly demanding and not many jobs availiable. I really need to "stand out from the crowd" that graduates. In my second year, so time will tell. In the meantime, it's hard. But I'm trying to enjoy myself.

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