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diaperedteenager

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Okay, what amount of pee can be counted as "flooding" your diaper?

I would say a pee lasting longer than 25 seconds. Or has a really strong pressure behind it, ex: the morning pee. What does everyone else think?
 

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25 seconds? are you kidding? :p. That's a pretty impressive wee tobegin with, and I don't know any diaper that would survive that.

I'd say longer than 3-4 seconds.
 
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Anything more than 15 secsonds, but I've gone 25-30 in an abena and it held up fine. I think the diaper matters.
 

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Flood!

I'd agree with chevre that anything more than 5 seconds is going to be problematic.
 

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Probably anywhere between 10-20 seconds. I have gone that long, and the diaper I was wearing, (which was a Huggies Pull-up) actually held up without any leaks. Although, It wasn't strong, so it may or may not be counted as a flood. Again, it depends on the diaper.
 

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when I had a goodnites doubler with a Tranquility ATN the diaper double held together for about 32 seconds and there was still enough room for another wetting so I let the last one go and the thing was about flooded.
 

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If it starts leaking, it's flooded.
 

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I actually consider a flood to be when you just empty your bladder without stopping to let the diaper absorb it.
 

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I actually consider a flood to be when you just empty your bladder without stopping to let the diaper absorb it.
I agree with this definition.

Also sometimes 25 seconds is nothing to me. I once counted how long it took me to fully empty my bladder and I was there for at least a 90 seconds. of course I was holding it in for sometime, must of been one of the times I wasn't really able to get to a bathroom. <_>
 

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I think some people's perception of time is a little off.. maybe having to pee makes you want to count seconds really fast :p. That or you have a pretty narrow urethra..

Anyway, capacity doesn't mean a whole lot when flooding -- if you go too fast the diaper will leak because it can't keep up.
 

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Anything more than 15 secsonds, but I've gone 25-30 in an abena and it held up fine. I think the diaper matters.
Hear Hear! I've gone about 25 to 30 seconds in an Abena as well and it holds up just fine... I think a soaking/flooding qualifies as how many times you can actually wet a diaper before it leaks out.

With Abenas (Abri-Form X-Plus) I've wet them at least 4 to 5 times before leaking....with a booster inside, 5 to 7 wettings.

-Gus
 

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I'd ignore the time measurement and go with the definition that the output significantly increases the weight and/or size of the diaper.
 

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I actually consider a flood to be when you just empty your bladder without stopping to let the diaper absorb it.
I disagree with this definition. Some people claim they can hold a liter, others only have a small bladder. I can easily void my little bladder into any halfway decent diaper without causing a leak, while I doubt even XPlus can stand with people who pee 25 seconds and put an entire liter into the diaper.
I think a "flood" should be measured in volume (millileters) rather than seconds.

Besides, peeing for 25 seconds is quite impressive. I've never time myself, but I doubt I can have ever reached 15.

Peachy
 

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Check out YouTube and search "Longest Pees" you'll find some "interesting" stuff...It's really strange what people will put on line :)

-Gus
 

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I never managed to make a fresh diaper leak when flooding it, and I can pee a lot if I hold it a while. Didnt try it on thin ones though :p
 

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I'd say it's more about rate than time. For example, last time I wet it took about 30 seconds. But it wasn't continuous - I kept stopping and starting (because I still have some difficultly letting go, and I didn't trust the diaper very much). But even though it wasn't that much, if I had done it all at once the think probably would've leaked.

So perhaps "flood" could be a measure defined as the product of volume and flow rate (volume/time), or volume^2/rate.
 

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Y'all make me feel bad.
The longest pee I've had in a while was about 10 seconds and I was struggling. It usually takes about 3-5 seconds.
 
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