A few questions about trying 24/7 wearing while at home.

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Bryce

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Well, I've been a diaper lover since I was 9 years old and I have been caught a few times around the age of 16 and 17 and my parents thought I was some kind of pervert and weird. Well, ever since then my desire to wear diapers all the time has grown so much and I am now thinking of just ordering some and wearing them and not giving a flying f*** about it. But, I'm not sure what to do.

Here's some background on myself. I'm 19 and still living with my parents. I'm currently trying to find a job as my only income is a SSI check (which I want to stop receiving some day). But how should I go about wearing 24/7 at home without anyone knowing for a while or something? I know it's going to be hard to keep it hidden if I wear 24/7 while at home and even not at home but I don't know what to do.

Now, I know what diapers I like and work best for me. They're Abena Abri-form X-plus. I use ~2-3 of them a day now (they're soaked at each changing). How should I go about wearing them, etc? I just need some help figuring this out as I really do want to try wearing 24/7 for at least a month and I can't wait any longer.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Okay.

#1: Hey someone else from NC!

#2: I never tried wearing 24/7 at home infront of my parents... I waited till I was out on my own for that.

If you want to try it... make sure you have baggy pants, long shirts, and wear some sort of covering over the diaper. Boxers would probably work best.

I think the real problem you may run into is ordering them. I wear 24/7... and my current diapers are Secure X-plus... which are close to the Abri X-plus. I use 2-3 a day. You burn through a case of diapers pretty fast when you wear 24/7... so you need to have a large stock and an easy way of getting more when you start running low.

Also... a lot of wearing 24/7 is getting used to it. I do not reccomend using them for #2 while your parents are around... it really smells and can make a big mess. Be prepared to get into situations where you would rather not be diapered. That has happened to me a lot... but it is all part of a 24/7 commitment.

If you still want to try it... do it for a week and see if you like it. The first week can be fun... but after that it does kinda go downhill.

Make sure that you really really like the Abri X-pluses too... b/c getting a low quality diaper can ruin the whole experience.
 

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I wore 24/7 for a few days while living at home...But I used CVS brand...Just when do you wear, make sure to have baggyish clothes, and long shirts/sweaters/whatever...Also use a belt on your pants so they don't slide down...Also wear something over your diapers...I used boxer briefs...If you are going to use them for #2 (I did) make sure to do it like right before a shower or something, because clean up is a pain otherwise...And it's definitely going to smell...Also try not to be too paranoid about it, and make sure to wipe or something and let your area air out some...
 

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I guess I'm just worried they'll find out. My brothers like to be nosey and all (even pick locks to find stuff) and my parents seem to think I'm like going to suicide or something if I'm in my room all the time (I am to lol). Why can't they just be oblivious so I can wear whenever without worrying. My mom checks my bank account daily to see if I go over, etc which is pointless...I just have no privacy.
 

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Personally, I think in your environment (nosey parents, brother that picks locks) it's next to impossible to wear 24/7 and keep it hidden for long. Keep in mind that your parents and siblings have seen you for all of your life and have grown accustomed to your habits, the way you move and probably even they way you dress and look. Changing any of these things will make people suspicious. You can probably pull it off for a few days like Pojo and people won't go beyond the stage of wondering :dunno: what's wrong, but eventually, your parents/siblings will want to find out why you've changed: Why is he fully dressed at home when he used to run around in shirt and shorts? Why does he walk slower and more carefully than before? Why does he keep touching his butt? And why does it look bigger to begin with? And where does all of the trash come from he's lugging out of his room each day?

Seriously, if anyone in your home cares about you, they'll notice! So I'd say you'd have to be either a master in hiding or move out to really do the 24/7 thing. Good luck!

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Personally, I think in your environment (nosey parents, brother that picks locks) it's next to impossible to wear 24/7 and keep it hidden for long. Keep in mind that your parents and siblings have seen you for all of your life and have grown accustomed to your habits, the way you move and probably even they way you dress and look. Changing any of these things will make people suspicious. You can probably pull it off for a few days like Pojo and people won't go beyond the stage of wondering :dunno: what's wrong, but eventually, your parents/siblings will want to find out why you've changed: Why is he fully dressed at home when he used to run around in shirt and shorts? Why does he walk slower and more carefully than before? Why does he keep touching his butt? And why does it look bigger to begin with? And where does all of the trash come from he's lugging out of his room each day?

Seriously, if anyone in your home cares about you, they'll notice! So I'd say you'd have to be either a master in hiding or move out to really do the 24/7 thing. Good luck!

Peachy

Well it probably depends on the parents...I could have easily gone longer, but I stopped for other reasons...My pants didn't show the bulge, even if I were doubled or even tripled...I don't think I walked differently too much, but like Bryce, I'm usually in my room...Or in the basement, so my parents didn't see me much...I'm also pretty sure no one noticed at school...The only real thing I was worried about at home was my parents maybe noticing that I going up to the bathroom...Although I did go up to change some, or that they might smell something...
 

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The biggest thing is: how are you going to afford it? Unless you get a job, you won't be able to go too far most likely. (If I understand what that check is correctly)

Also, either you're going to have to use the "I don't give a f***" attitude that you talk about above, and wear in front of them, with them knowing, or you're going to have to move out. It really is your choice. You can do it either way...But if you really want to keep it a hidden thing, the second option is your only choice...And if you do get a job, with 24/7 they will know, so be prepared for that too.
 

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The biggest thing is: how are you going to afford it? Unless you get a job, you won't be able to go too far most likely. (If I understand what that check is correctly)

Also, either you're going to have to use the "I don't give a f***" attitude that you talk about above, and wear in front of them, with them knowing, or you're going to have to move out. It really is your choice. You can do it either way...But if you really want to keep it a hidden thing, the second option is your only choice...And if you do get a job, with 24/7 they will know, so be prepared for that too.

Wouldn't it depend on the job?
 

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Wouldn't it depend on the job?
Umm, I would assume any job is better than no job. I don't make a heck of a lot myself, but it's enough for me. I don't know, either way, I would say look really hard for a job if you really want to go 24/7.
 

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Umm, I would assume any job is better than no job. I don't make a heck of a lot myself, but it's enough for me. I don't know, either way, I would say look really hard for a job if you really want to go 24/7.

Not what I meant...I mean wouldn't it depend on the job when you were referring to everyone finding out at work
 

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I've been job hunting for a little over a year now. I did sort-of fail college because it's just not me. I can't even get a job at McDonalds. I have all this computer knowledge but no one will hire me. I do intend on going back to school but right now just isn't my time. If I go back now I'll just end up failing out again. I don't want to mess up my financial aid stuff on my name like I did my parents because if I do go back I will need it most likely. That's something I hate I did though. Anyways, I don't know what it is, but NO ONE will even give me a call back for an interview or something. It's like they don't want me :(.
 

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Well it probably depends on the parents...I could have easily gone longer, but I stopped for other reasons...My pants didn't show the bulge, even if I were doubled or even tripled...I don't think I walked differently too much, but like Bryce, I'm usually in my room...Or in the basement, so my parents didn't see me much...I'm also pretty sure no one noticed at school...The only real thing I was worried about at home was my parents maybe noticing that I going up to the bathroom...Although I did go up to change some, or that they might smell something...
Well, if you're hiding out from your family most of the time, it's probably not that big of an issue. You do have to be worried about the smell, so you either drink lots of water to dilute the pee, or wear a truck load of perfume each day. At least you kept your smelly business to the bathroom, so there's no difference compared to your undiapered days.

Personally, I could not have pulled it off with my folks. Hiding wouldn't be as much of a problem as disposal, as there's just one 240 liters trashcan that is emptied every 4 weeks. At 4 diapers a day x 28 days = 112 diapers, I would have filled that trashcan right up with nothing but my diapers and everyone else would have been left wondering where all the trash comes from.
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I've been job hunting for a little over a year now. I did sort-of fail college because it's just not me. I can't even get a job at McDonalds. I have all this computer knowledge but no one will hire me. I do intend on going back to school but right now just isn't my time. If I go back now I'll just end up failing out again. I don't want to mess up my financial aid stuff on my name like I did my parents because if I do go back I will need it most likely. That's something I hate I did though. Anyways, I don't know what it is, but NO ONE will even give me a call back for an interview or something. It's like they don't want me :(.
I hate to be the hard-ass here. But it sounds like it is time to grow up. I quit college after two years and have been in the work force ever since. Getting a job is not that hard... I've had a number of them... even with no college degree I make an ok amount of money... but I work my arse off too.

If you are serious about finding a job... check the Raliegh Craigslist (craigslist.org)... there are all kinds of jobs listed there every day... it's way better than Monster or Career builder. Get yourself a proper resume... get cleaned up (shave, haircut, clean clothes)... and hit the streets. Have a good attitude and be prepared to work hard... you'll find something. It may not be ideal... but I worked my share of shitty dead-end jobs before I got my current one... if you aren't happy with where you end up... keep looking.
 

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It just seems employers value degrees over experience, knowledge. I know a LOT of computer hardware and other IT things but I can't even get into the door at some of them jobs just because of no degree. Maybe it's my resume, it's done horribly at that....
 

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If you are trying to get a IT job without some kind of degree, certificate, or certification then good luck. The IT field is very competitive and you will need proof of your skills via certification of some form.

If you just need a job to get some cash while you look for something better... there are a lot of general labor places hiring. It's hard work... it's not that much fun... but it gets you money.
 

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I find it hard to believe you can't even get a job at McDonalds...I could get a job there and I haven't even graduated high school yet...If you really think that getting a degree will get you a good job, then go get a degree...You aren't going to get anywhere by just complaining...
 

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Not what I meant...I mean wouldn't it depend on the job when you were referring to everyone finding out at work
Oh I see, sorry...misunderstood you. Well, in all likliness they would find out...I can't think of many jobs they wouldn't.

Everyone covered everything else I would've said, but...
It just seems employers value degrees over experience, knowledge. I know a LOT of computer hardware and other IT things but I can't even get into the door at some of them jobs just because of no degree. Maybe it's my resume, it's done horribly at that....
...I have to say, don't expect your first job to be the one you want! It never works that way...And if you're not too good to take a government check, you shouldn't be too good for any non-IT job...So either stick it out, go to college, and work until you don't fail, or find another job to get you on your feet until then. If you think you'll fail you will, the only thing stopping you is you, so make yourself pass. If you think you can, you will, but you will have to work at it...It won't just fall on you...unless your lucky, or really smart.
 
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Oh I see, sorry...misunderstood you. Well, in all likliness they would find out...I can't think of many jobs they wouldn't.

I can't think of many jobs that would...Most jobs require pants...So I'm having trouble seeing what jobs would make it hard...Except for like...Lifeguards...
 

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I can't think of many jobs that would...Most jobs require pants...So I'm having trouble seeing what jobs would make it hard...Except for like...Lifeguards...
Umm, I wear pants every single day (most would hope so! ;)...but ya, not even shorts). Most people still know I wear diapers...And I work in a call centre!
 
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