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Thread: Just went 24 hours wearing for the first time and didn't like it

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    Default Just went 24 hours wearing for the first time and didn't like it

    I didn't like how I didn't feel free. I felt like the diapers were ruling me. Made it less special. Anyone else prefer one at a time?

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    Hm. I've always wanted to try going that long, but I never have. I didn't think about that though. "Ruling you" in what sense? (If you don't mind my asking).

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    I too am not a fan of over doing it. When I have worn for more than 12 hours, usually when driving cross country, it becomes more uncomfortable and less pleasurable for me at least.

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    Concern about losing the specialness was a big concern of mine for a long time. It was only recently that I think I got past it, which allowed me to do a long stretch of 24/7. I wasn't ever really concerned about diapers ruling me. That might be an appealing fantasy but that's not how it works, so no problems there. The loss of specialness led me to stop on earlier extended wearing stints but I found this time that as I went on further and further, the specialness of each individual diaper was successfully replaced with the specialness of this extended period. The duration itself and the projection of more was enough to keep it engaging.

    Maybe this will be the only time I'll go that long but it seems like I could continue if I cared to. It was fun and I'm glad to be done with it. I'm getting back into my more regular swing of things. I've worn the last two weekends for social events and I expect this one as well (guess it's the busy season). I did a little over a day in each case and it was back to being more fun as something unusual than constant. It's just a different way of enjoying it.

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    I've only really been on one 24/7 bender and I was recovering from surgery which was the real limiting factor of my life. It was actually pretty nice because I was fading in and out all the time on the painkillers and the most unfortunate thing you'll ever do while zonked out on painkillers is get up, so the series of Bambino diapers taped onto me were great in that situation.

    Other long periods have been so I wouldn't have to stop as often on road trips. So, it's more of a practical thing in those situations. I don't know if you actually save that much time by stopping only for gas and changing your diaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetiteAbeille View Post
    Hm. I've always wanted to try going that long, but I never have. I didn't think about that though. "Ruling you" in what sense? (If you don't mind my asking).
    I mean like, having to worry about when to change, having to remove it to go #2, and getting worried about disposal and smell. The belief that diapers are "convenient" only applies to a few situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinda View Post
    I mean like, having to worry about when to change, having to remove it to go #2, and getting worried about disposal and smell. The belief that diapers are "convenient" only applies to a few situations.
    I think I might time stopping every 2-3 hours to pee vs stopping every 6-7 to change my diaper to quantify whether or not it actually is more convenient.

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    Hmm, it takes time to get use to it, I was off for 4 days in row this past week and I was diapered 24/7 for 3 of them, it's all about trusting your products, I've found that I can use thicker diapers if I wear a onesie also, it kind of slims things down and holds everything together, yesterday I wore a dry 24/7 all day (day 3) and by then I was just taking small trickles because I was use to the diaper, my friend called and asked if I could go to there house for dinner, all I did was change into a dry diaper and I went, no big deal, was gone for 4 hours, in that time I would use my diaper as needed, when I got home I checked it and there was still more than enough capacity left.
    I have found that when I'm alone I can just let loose and go, overtime the diaper just sags and get real soft and I know it's time to change, when I'm out in public every little trickle feels like a huge flood and your much more conscious to the additional weight or bulk and you feel leak potential way before it actually will occur

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinda View Post
    I mean like, having to worry about when to change, having to remove it to go #2, and getting worried about disposal and smell. The belief that diapers are "convenient" only applies to a few situations.
    Oh, thats very true. If you get more out of them than convenience though, it could be worth it. I suppose it's whether what you get out of wearing them exceeds the limitations they place on you. Maybe 24 hours at home would feel different than 24 hours where the smell and having to find somewhere to change are issues.

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    Welcome to the world of the IC, where diapers are not a play toy... Yes they rule your life....

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