Do you mean the photos of me wearing vintage Pampers? Or do you mean photos of the diaper samples themselves?You're always welcome.
We would be very glad seeing more photos of yours in those customized fanfolds, the pictures you've had posted were just amazing.
Do you mean the photos of me wearing vintage Pampers? Or do you mean photos of the diaper samples themselves?
I currently have 1811 photos if various vintage diapers and packages that I GoogleDrive linked to for everyone on this forum.
However, I have 2674 photos of me sitting around in or wearing my vintage Pampers that I personally took that no one in the world except me has yet seen! Even my wife doesn't know about them (LOL). No nudity or such, mostly just crotch shots, etc. But some were taken when I was excited so it is obvious that I have an erection under the diaper.
Can you clarify?
Theres so many ABDL companies out there now and so many type diapers being made for ABDLs.....would love to se some replica 70s or 80s Pampers made out there. Thers so much focus on printed diapers and especially animals that I think more replicas could be good too. I didnt grow up in the era of all these cartoony and animal print diapers. I loved the simple all white crinkly plastic diapers.My perfectly designed diaper was already made by P&G back in the 70s when Pampers were fanfold/wingfold/pleated, a single tape on each side, scented, all white, no SAP, no leg gathers, no baby prints, no landing zones, and came with "rubberized" diamond embossed plastic!
The only problem? I cannot fit into them as a 50+ year old adult. (d-oh!)
Solution? Take all of those baby sized features and simply scale them up to fit us adults.
So, MikeDJ, did you wear vintage Pampers or Huggies or Luvs as a baby? Do you have a favorite vintage diaper that brings back all of those memories?Theres so many ABDL companies out there now and so many type diapers being made for ABDLs.....would love to se some replica 70s or 80s Pampers made out there. Thers so much focus on printed diapers and especially animals that I think more replicas could be good too. I didnt grow up in the era of all these cartoony and animal print diapers. I loved the simple all white crinkly plastic diapers.
By the way wetatnight, did you actually wear the vintage Kleenex Huggies in your avatar photo? I didn't personally wear those, being diapered exclusively in fanfold/wingfold/pleated Pampers by my parents as a baby from the late 60s to the early 70s. But when those Kleenex boxed Huggies came out, I seem to remember my parents bought some for my younger siblings, so as a young, developing diaper fetishist of 7 or so years old, I remember playing with some and trying them on.plain white with plastic backing, no sap and as thick of padding as possible
Wow! You wore Kimbies? I'm 50+ years old and even I never wore Kimbies. Even though they came out the year after I was born (was born in 1967 and they came out in 1978) I think my parents were partial to Pampers since the hospitals used that brand. But I remember them on the shelves of the supermarkets when I was a 7 year old starting to develop a diaper fetish and I remember wanting to try them out. The triangular shape was so babyish looking to me at the time, plus they featured the all-important diamond embossed crinkly plastic like Pampers of that time did. As an adult, I was finally able to buy a box from eBay and was disappointed that the diamond pattern was "inside out" (debossed) as compared to 70s vintage Pampers. My fetish is picky enough that these didn't excite me as much as Pampers so I traded those to another diaper collector for a nice box of toddler Pampers.I was out diapers before Huggies came out when I was in diapers originally
the disposables were Pampers, Luvs, Kimbies ( the precurser to Huggies) and Johnson and Johnson disposable diapers that were similar to Pampers