Is this a good plan?

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I've wanted to wear diapers ever since I was 4 (long story). I've even gone as far as stealing my friend's brother's size 5 easy ups (I can't believe they fit, I know stealing is bad please don't give me a lecture). Lately I've had dreams about wearing diapers and I feel like my dreams are taunting me because I'm always angry when I wake up to find that what happened was a dream.

I really want to get some L/XL girls goodnites from my local drugstore so I devised this plan and I want to know what you guys think of it. Is there anything else I should know before attempting this?

My dad works from like 6 am-2pm monday-friday and 6am-noon on saturday. My mom is working 9:45 am-5:00pm on wednesday, thursday, friday and saturday. My big sister sleeps in until like 11am and wouldn't even notice or care if I was gone anyways.

What I've decided is to ride my bike to the drugstore with my backpack (which is about a mile away) at 9:15 am which is right when my mom leaves for work.

I figured that saturday would be the worst day to go because most people aren't working that day so it's probably busier, I want there to be as few people as possible in the drugstore when I'm there. I have a feeling that wednesday morning is going to be the least busy time out of all the possible days I can go, so that's what I'm going to do. The drugstore opens at 9:00 so it'll only be about 20 minutes after opening when I get there. Also note that the pharmacy doesn't open until 10, there's also a grocery store right next to it. So people will probably go to there if they want something. So I'm not really that concerned about running into someone I know.

When going up to the cashier the excuse I've come up with is "They're for my cousin who's staying over at my house" (if you have a better excuse that I can use please tell me). Then immediately after purchasing them I'm going to stash it in my backpack and ride home.

I have the perfect hiding place for them. In my closet there's a toy chest which has all my junk from when I was 5 in it, and there's a bunch of heavy stuff piled on top of it so I'm hoping nobody will go through all the effort of opening it to discover my diapers.

Is there anything else I should know/do before attempting this? This is my first time buying diapers so I'm kind of nervous.
 

Mornavial

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well as far as I can see u have covered everything I can think of. Oh and btw I dout the cashier will ask why u buying them its not realy there bussness in a grosery store
 
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well as far as I can see u have covered everything I can think of. Oh and btw I dout the cashier will ask why u buying them its not realy there bussness in a grosery store
it's a drugstore, but yeah probably not.

I was wondering, if wearing the backpack inside the store is a good idea, because I'm afraid they might think I'm shoplifting if I do.
 

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Your plan is good. You thought out every detail very well. My only suggestion is to forget about the excuse for the cashier. If you give such an excuse, the cashier may remember it next time you are there. It is much better to leave out a reason. Personally, I stick with short answers such as yes, no, good, or thank you. My only long response is "Can you bag those?"

Good luck and have fun.
 

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It sounds like a fine plan, although I think you're overthinking it all, but that's common for us, particularly on a first purchase. As Celtic and Jeremiah have said, your story is probably unnecessary. Anything you say other than responding to standard cashier type questions are just going to potentially complicate things. No one cares what you're buying unless you call attention to yourself.

The only thing of my own that I really have to add is that you shouldn't get too comfortable with your storage location. You're probably right in that the likelihood of anyone checking there is small, but people are unpredictable and even a small chance spread over weeks, months, or years may cause a problem for you (speaking from experience, here). Everyone's circumstances are different, but if I had it to do again, I wouldn't have kept diapers in the house on a long-term basis without a really stellar hiding spot. That doesn't mean don't buy any, but if you think of discovery as a really bad thing (and I think it's pretty much the worst way for someone to find out overall), you need to be careful about where they go and for how long.
 

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it's a drugstore, but yeah probably not.

I was wondering, if wearing the backpack inside the store is a good idea, because I'm afraid they might think I'm shoplifting if I do.
I always bring a backpack when buying diapers but leave it out by my bike, I would suggest you do this as well. Also you might want to consider getting some other type of diapers. I baught some goodnights the other day and they leak relly bad. What size r you? If you would fit I would suggest some pampers as they hold alot.
 
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that is well thought out. But with the hiding spot you may want to find a place that they wouldnt think of.
 

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When going up to the cashier the excuse I've come up with is "They're for my cousin who's staying over at my house" (if you have a better excuse that I can use please tell me). Then immediately after purchasing them I'm going to stash it in my backpack and ride home.
No they won't ask. Cashiers just don't give a **** what you buy. All they care about is that they are getting paid for there job.

I was wondering, if wearing the backpack inside the store is a good idea, because I'm afraid they might think I'm shoplifting if I do.
No they won't. So you rather keep your bag outside unattended for someone to take away from you. Although they won't know until they open it. Just put the things inside your bag once you paid for it. Simple.

Another hint too. Think bigger! Go and get decent diapers.
 

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That's how I get my diapers. There is a CVS about a mile from my house that I bike to. I think the excuse is unnesseccery. Like Mickal said, the only thing they care about is that they are getting paid.
 

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Your plan seems to be well thought-out,but try not to be too inflexable or nervous when you actually do it.Remember..."The best layed plans of mice and men oft go astray".Iam not trying to add more worries,but things seldom go as planned.You need to be calm enough to be able to react to any unexpected complications.Just try to be cool and casual while purchasing them,there is really nothing to it.It's after you have the diapers that you need to be careful.Give some thought as to how you can dispose of the used diapers without anyone finding out,and try not to change your usual behavior after you have your diapers.If you continue to do what you normally do,it will be less likely that anyone will start snooping through your things and find your diaper stash.Good luck.
 

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Yeah, don't worry about the excuse thing, working as a cashier is mind numbingly boring, they'll forget you as soon as something shiny flies past them.

As for the backpack, if loss prevention starts to follow you, who cares. As long as you didn't steal anything, they won't pay any attention to you. Sure, who ever is watching the cameras will follow you with them, but nothing to worry about.

Plus, with a backpack filled with diapers, you have extra protection in terms of blunt force trauma on your bike. (Saved my life once, backpack of diapers took all the force of getting hit by a truck.)
 

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Plus, with a backpack filled with diapers, you have extra protection in terms of blunt force trauma on your bike. (Saved my life once, backpack of diapers took all the force of getting hit by a truck.)
That's for sure I cant count how many times a backpack filled with them might of helped me :3
 

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as others have suggested , overall good plan, but the less said to cashier the better and your hiding place a lot like mine when younger (teens) at home in my own bedroom closet also had box full of old stuff that no one could care less about and hid my stuff in bottom of box. good luck in your adventures. :smile:
 

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I had the same concern as Trevor about your hiding place and here's why. As a parent, I would eventually be thinking about cleaning out old toys. Since you said the box contained old toys, that might become a future cleaning out spot for parents. Under the box spring of a mattress might be better as long as no one is replacing your bed.
 
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When I got my job as a cashier at a supermarket, I had to sign documentation regarding the store's Code of Conduct and a Privacy Act. Basically, I wasn't allowed to give information to the public under any circumstances. If a customer asked me about another customer, the response was to reply with a casual "I don't know" or something very non revealing.

If a cashier releases your information to other people, they can get fired. It's a breach of privacy.
 

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When I got my job as a cashier at a supermarket, I had to sign documentation regarding the store's Code of Conduct and a Privacy Act. Basically, I wasn't allowed to give information to the public under any circumstances. If a customer asked me about another customer, the response was to reply with a casual "I don't know" or something very non revealing.

If a cashier releases your information to other people, they can get fired. It's a breach of privacy.
That's a great idea and all but I also work at a grocey store and I did not have to sign anything like that. I was told though to not comment about what the customer baught. I wish this wasnt so though as there was a teen girl about 14 in the store the other day bying a pack of pampers. It made we want to say, "TB?"
 
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