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    Probably going to get a load of hate for this but is it wrong to take nappies that are provided free of charge out of a nappy changing room to use later?

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    Thaguy123

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    Yes, I think it is

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    Yes! Those nappies are provided for parents who find themselves at the shopping centre (or wherever) with a child who NEEDS a diaper change, but they've forgotten to bring an extra, for whatever reason.
    They're not for 18 year olds. In fact, 18 year olds shouldn't even be using those rooms which are specifically for parents with small children.
    That you even had to ask this question makes me wonder where your head is at!

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    Thaguy123

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shtu123 View Post
    what if i use them while in there?
    You can try it...

    But if its almost out of stock: Don't do it (Same reason like ayanna)

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    Fair, I think i'd be perfectly justified in using it as a place to change my nappy though, and i dont see why i shouldnt use one to replace the messy nappy, especially if it is only messy by accident

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    It probably wouldn't even come close to fitting you, dude lol. What good is a diaper that tiny?

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    What about taking one and changing into that one there (if it fits you anyway)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaguy123 View Post
    You can try it...

    But if its almost out of stock: Don't do it (Same reason like ayanna)
    I wouldn't do that, although today i saw a sign today saying nappies available at customer service on request (this was in Tesco)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wambles View Post
    It probably wouldn't even come close to fitting you, dude lol. What good is a diaper that tiny?
    Use the sides from the one before, or just use it like a pad

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkMayem View Post
    What about taking one and changing into that one there (if it fits you anyway)?
    I see no problem with that myself tbh

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    Regardless of the situation, if you're incontinent, then maybe it would be justifiable, but if you're just a DL, it's just wrong in my book. It's meant for kids who need them, not for someone who's perfectly capable of buying their own.

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