01/05/18 I gave my nappies/diapers to charity

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Angellothefox

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On the 01/05/18

I took out my nappies/diapers from my car boot because I am selling my car.
Because of that, I have less room in my bedroom now.
It looks more like a tip, and do not let Grandma see all this! :laugh:

I was waiting for my new HDMI TV to arrive. It has one scart socket as well as a HDMI cable.

I was already unloading the diapers to take to the charity shop so I thought that I would get that out of the way because it would save me embarrassment if my folks were helping me unload the car.
The last thing I want is for hem to see my diapers.
The same goes for the person buying the car and let's face it the new owner been a ABDL or a CG is pretty slim.

You want to know what diapers was inside the car boot, don't you? :smile1:
Inside was.
. Mamia Aldi size 6 diapers (or was that five?)
. Some adult diapers that I can not remember the name. They came with 5 diapers.

It is going to be Sad but at least the charity shops will have some good use for them.
I would not give them to the charity shop that I worked at. "I am a big kid" can only get you so far ;)
 

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I buy diapers at the Arc and Goodwill and even the Disabled American Veterans store. I usually get a full pack for around $3 USD. I tried to give my clothes to charity and charity refused.

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I buy diapers at the Arc and Goodwill and even the Disabled American Veterans store. I usually get a full pack for around $3 USD. I tried to give my clothes to charity and charity refused.
 

CuddleWoozle

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I buy diapers at the Arc and Goodwill and even the Disabled American Veterans store. I usually get a full pack for around $3 USD. I tried to give my clothes to charity and charity refused.

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I buy diapers at the Arc and Goodwill and even the Disabled American Veterans store. I usually get a full pack for around $3 USD. I tried to give my clothes to charity and charity refused.

Charity is too picky sometimes. :p

My local Goodwill will go ahead and take anything clothing-wise, if they can't use it (Too damaged) they'll just recycle it.
 

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That's what I just did with some covideen diapers I had lying around. They are too worthless to actually use, so I just put them in my recycle bin.
 
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