Need some help figuring if friends are an AB couple.

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Ok so these 2 online friends of mine had a public convo on facebook the other day like this:

(I'll call the guy Bob and her Caitlyn) *note he actually refers to her as Momy a lot.

Bob: karate kid was sweet
Caitlyn: I hate u! ive been wanting to see that! >.<
Bob: im sorry momy =( *gets teary eyed*
Caitlyn: ‎*walks away pretending to be mad*
Bob: ‎*curls up into a ball and starts crying im sorry momy*
Caitlyn: *walks back and holds u tightly* baby i was joking *lays ur head on my chest and kisses ur forehead* its ok haha
Bob: *wraps my arms around u* im sorry momy
Caitlyn: Baby dont be sorry *puts my hands on ur cheeks and look at u* its ok really. i was only joking i dont hate u i love u u know that *kisses u softly*
Bob: i know but im just a big cry baby
Caitlyn: Well dont cry baby *smiles sweetly* i didnt mean it ok i promise
Bob: ‎*sniffs* ok momy

Now, i'm not very informed on the AB roleplay thing, as i've been trying to drop the AB part of me completely and never did much RPing, but this seems like a shoddily done AB roleplay.
 

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If this was a one-time event, I wouldn't think much of it, but if they do this often, they may very well be an AB/DL couple. Since they're only online friends, couldn't you message one of them and ask?
 
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It definitely sounds like some mommy-baby age-play, but that doesn't mean they are necessarilly an AB couple. They may have just been joking around, some couples will like the odd bit of meaningless roleplay just for the sake of it. My thinking is that if your friends were a real AB couple they would probably want to keep it to themselves, rather than display it on facebook. They might enjoy the mummy-baby role-play online, but that doesn't automatically mean they enjoy it in their real lives, or that they involve any AB paraphernalia like diapers & pacifiers in their games. Of course that's not to say they're definitely not an AB couple, but I wouldn't jump to that conclusion based on one random conversation. Really even if they are an AB couple it is not really your place to be figuring it out, and I don't think anybody on here is going to be able to give you a conclusive yes or no answer as to whether they're an AB couple based on the information you've shared. I don't know how close you are to these friends, but unless you are a very good friend of theirs it's probably not appropriate for you to ask them about it either, and if they're not ABs mentioning it might give your own interests away, so if it were me I would just forget about it for now, at least until you have more information from which to make an assumption. I admit I would probably facebook stalk them in order to try and find out a bit more as well though! But just remember that their business is their business, and that their role-play could be completely non-AB-related, so don't get too carried away! :)
 
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Thanks for the help guys.

Well he calls her Momy like a lot, even way more often so than her real name.

Like this one that came up yesterday:
Caitlyn: Thinking about watching a scary movie. White Noise? i think so :) i love this movie
Bob: I hate scary movies and u already know y momy
Caitlyn I know baby but i would hold u tightly if we watched one together :)
Bob: yea ^.^
Caitlyn: ill keep u safe baby dont worrie ^.^
Bob: ok i would probly burry my face in ur lap
Bob: on the scary parts
Caitlyn: Thats ok ^.^ ill never leave u alone during the movie
Bob: thank u momy ^.^
Caitlyn :‎^.^ u dont need to thank me baby i dont want u to get scared and i dont wanna leave u so ill always be there
Bob: i love u so much momy
Caitlyn: I love u so much to baby

Sorry for the bad spelling, that's exactly how they said it.
 

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The AB thing certainly isn't impossible but it seems somehow more likely to me that they're just a nauseating couple.
 
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This brings up a good question: How would you approach people you know socially if you suspect they are AB/DL?
 

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The AB thing certainly isn't impossible but it seems somehow more likely to me that they're just a nauseating couple.

Haha...I so agree....nauseating definitely! They've already shared too much on line, especially since Facebook is a place that a lot of "normal" people would go. I think if they were really trying to advertise that they were ABs, they would have said something like, "You know I'm so afraid of scary movies. You might have to change me."

I'm curious, do they spell mommy as momy, or just you? It made me wonder was it another language spelling?
 
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Haha...I so agree....nauseating definitely! They've already shared too much on line, especially since Facebook is a place that a lot of "normal" people would go. I think if they were really trying to advertise that they were ABs, they would have said something like, "You know I'm so afraid of scary movies. You might have to change me."

I'm curious, do they spell mommy as momy, or just you? It made me wonder was it another language spelling?
He actually says Momy.

And maybe they're trying to keep the AB-ness slightly discret as to only be picked up if another AB were to pick up on it, which they'd problly think is unlikely.
 

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He actually says Momy.

And maybe they're trying to keep the AB-ness slightly discret as to only be picked up if another AB were to pick up on it, which they'd problly think is unlikely.

Well, that's a good point. Yes, they may be trying to subtly hint to those who would know.
 
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We need to develop an AB/DL codeword we can use in everyday conversations so we can find others IRL. Sorta like the French Resistance or something ;)
 

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We need to develop an AB/DL codeword we can use in everyday conversations so we can find others IRL. Sorta like the French Resistance or something ;)

Even if this were feasible and wouldn't be picked up by everyone else, I wouldn't care to use it. Not that there aren't some perfectly lovely ABDLs out there, but random connections have very little appeal for me. It takes more than a love of diapers to make a friendship.
 

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We need to develop an AB/DL codeword we can use in everyday conversations so we can find others IRL. Sorta like the French Resistance or something ;)

We'd have to listen carefully though as we could say it only once.



As for the original question, they could be, but then ive seen a few facebook people who ive seen call their siginificant other mommy or daddy who in real life seem to merely co-exist as an everyday coupe that couldn't be further from an ab stereotype. id put it down as a soppy relationship bit until you see them in toys r us with a nappy bag, wearing a romper suit and sucking a dummy while she buys him a present and tends to his dribbling.
 

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don't know man, I'd prolly drop a hinting question or two.....or maybe just come out and ask lol, who cares if they know that about u if they're just online friends
 
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don't know man, I'd prolly drop a hinting question or two.....or maybe just come out and ask lol, who cares if they know that about u if they're just online friends
Well, I met them from a longtime oneline friend and this longtime online friend has 3 other mutual friends with me. Plus my ex girlfriend stalked around and friended the friend that introduced me and the AB in question, and his girlfriend, but I made him remove my ex.
 

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Well, I met them from a longtime oneline friend and this longtime online friend has 3 other mutual friends with me. Plus my ex girlfriend stalked around and friended the friend that introduced me and the AB in question, and his girlfriend, but I made him remove my ex.
all of these friends mentioned, are they all online friends? cuz really, whats the big deal lol?
if you are in fact that worried about this, make a new account with no identifying information, and ask the question :) problem solved
 

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besides the fact they apparently can't type 2 more letters (its YOU not U for ****s sake), which is annoying, I'd have to agree with what others have said it isn't likely. They could be, but no way to really know for sure without having to either ask, or them being much more direct (for lack of a better word).
 

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There are some subtle ways to 'feel them out', I guess:

'XD Are you guys infantalists or something??'
'Heh. Curious; did you guys think {film char} had nice ABs? I thought so; I might DL the movie later :p'

On the first one, if they act disgusted like 'lol groosss, no, we're just bein' silly' well...they're probably not. But if they just giggle and say 'oh, maybe :p' or even 'haha, yeah, waawaa change me momy' (obviously intended to be taken as joking).

As for the second, they'll only respond 'correctly' if they know those keyphrases. So that's maybe the better choice. Both these are fairly low-risk; it doesn't make you look like a creep if you're wrong.
 
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There are some subtle ways to 'feel them out', I guess:

'XD Are you guys infantalists or something??'
'Heh. Curious; did you guys think {film char} had nice ABs? I thought so; I might DL the movie later :p'

On the first one, if they act disgusted like 'lol groosss, no, we're just bein' silly' well...they're probably not. But if they just giggle and say 'oh, maybe :p' or even 'haha, yeah, waawaa change me momy' (obviously intended to be taken as joking).

As for the second, they'll only respond 'correctly' if they know those keyphrases. So that's maybe the better choice. Both these are fairly low-risk; it doesn't make you look like a creep if you're wrong.

My thought is maybe they are, but they don't actually know about the AB/DL scene.
 

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The AB thing certainly isn't impossible but it seems somehow more likely to me that they're just a nauseating couple.

I have nothing to add. I just felt this post deserved to be doubled.
 

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I think its an ab/dl couple for sure! The second conv. went exactly how me and a friend who supported ab/dl's did! It's very cute to see they could show there love like that!
 
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