Food in diapers?

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HuskyRye

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I don't know if someone has a thread devoted to this subject or not, but I just wondered if anyone else did anything to simulate the effect of a loaded diaper. I've heard things like bananas, oatmeal, mashed potatoes, and so forth. But what about other types of foods? Would be interesting to put a burrito in a diaper, lol, but haven't managed that yet. Anyone else put anything interesting in there?:dunno:
 

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Hehe I work in a restaurant and we make our mashed potatoes from scratch and I get to portion them out. About 2 pounds worth to each portion (the cooks portion it out further) and well I took one home threw it in the microwave. O.O Now that was one full diaper.
 

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Nice! I bet that was really fun! The only thing I've tried it like, oatmeal, felt REALLY good warm and mushy. lol. By the way, nice icon!
 
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It's weird that that sounds grosser than actually crapping my pants.
 

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I liked it a lot better because one there wasn't the smell and two it was all mushy and not just a hard lump just sitting back there.
 

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I have not tried to use food as a substitute for loading a diaper and have no intentions of trying. I consider this to be a waste of food and more effort than just loading it naturally.

You will want to be careful what you place into your diaper. The temperature, acidity, or chemical nature of the food may cause adverse skin reactions. Pickle juice is acidic and could potentially cause a chemical burn or serious diaper rash. Spicy foods may also cause a similar experience. Oatmeal, flour, and water may be entertaining until it dries.

Have fun while keeping it safe, sane, and consensual!
 

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I try to avoid anything that taste, but yea, i tried cooking just a lil rice and made it really watery. It was a lot better than just poo in the diapers.
 

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:bunny: This is going to stray a little off topic. I've said before my humor is a little left of center in a Larson - Far Side kind of way.

A few years ago I was working as a chef at an Assisted Living Facility. Come Halloween, the managers hosted a Halloween party at a fancy hotel for all the employees of their eight ALF's in the region. I made some awesome Guacamole which I served on the catering table in Depends. LOL. :bunny:
 

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Actually.. that sounds pretty yucky to me. But it must be better than actually messing a diaper.
 

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I have tried a couple of bananas heated up a little bit in the microwave not enough to burn you and i did not like it one bit. I think i will just wet my diapers
 

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I'd actually rather just mess my diaper. The idea of having food on me like that kind of grosses me out (ironic, huh?).
 

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so.....i did this once, actually....i lied, twice, a couple of years ago. really did not appeal to me at all. the 'mess' was a real pain to clean. i had to shower immediately after, just a hassle that i do not want to deal with. i'll stick to wetting
 

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That's pretty disgusting... not gonna lie.

And a waste of perfectly good food - more importantly.
 

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Using bananas sounds like a good idea, if you're going for realism. For the record, I don't do this. If I'm going to mess my diaper, I'm just going to mess it. No substitution for me.
 

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I've done it a few times. Not really to simulate messing though. It feels quite different to messing, I find - it's a completely different feeling. It just feels... messy, I guess. And while that normally wouldn't appeal to me (in fact, I would probably HATE it), when I'm in the right mood it feels really, really nice.
 

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I"m sorry but that just sounds like a really good waste of food.
 
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