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Are there any restaurant workers/servers/hosts/cooks that wear padding during their shift whether it's needed or not? Bern having bladder control issues lately and wanted to know if anyone else in that industry wore protection underneath their uniform? Have any guests or co workers hassled you about it?
 
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Not anymore. But it makes perfect sense.
 
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What made you stop?
 
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So yes I did for years at a restaurant!
 
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LiLMaus said:
Are there any restaurant workers/servers/hosts/cooks that wear padding during their shift whether it's needed or not? Bern having bladder control issues lately and wanted to know if anyone else in that industry wore protection underneath their uniform? Have any guests or co workers hassled you about it?
OMG, I wouldn't want to be padded on a hot line. Haven't worked in a restaurant kitchen for years, but I think my naughty bits would have melted off if I had been diapered at work.
 
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Not restaurant, but I do work retail. I am sure there would be a large brush fire in my pants if I were to go padded to work with the amount of walking I do
 
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LiLMaus said:
What made you stop?
Job change, not diaper wearing. But I doubt anyone noticed when I did. I hear many people do this needed or not attending concerts, too. It just makes sense.
 
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Im a kitchen manager and I always wear a diaper to work. Not just for comfort reasons, but also cause it's convenient. When you're in the middle of a heavy rush you ain't got time to run to the bathroom. Sometimes someone will be talking to me while Im going in my diaper and I'll be thinking to myself "I wonder what they'd think if they knew what I was doing right now?" 😂
 
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I have traveled internationally, provided presentations to several hundred people, have met with Bankers, Lawyers, other Engineers, Plant Managers, Owners and a full cross-section of individuals always wearing a diaper! It is what you do if you are 24/7, IC. No thrill, it just being out and about everyday of one's life!
 
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Edgewater said:
I have traveled internationally, provided presentations to several hundred people, have met with Bankers, Lawyers, other Engineers, Plant Managers, Owners and a full cross-section of individuals always wearing a diaper! It is what you do if you are 24/7, IC. No thrill, it just being out and about everyday of one's life!
I don't travel internationally but I do own a business and occasionally travel. When you're IC and wearing a diaper, it impacts everything. Never had a "thrill" about wearing a diaper. It's the way I live. IC doesn't define me.
 
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I did when working at Sears. And driving from Fairfax to Culpeper.
 
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PinkyJujubean said:
Im a kitchen manager and I always wear a diaper to work. Not just for comfort reasons, but also cause it's convenient. When you're in the middle of a heavy rush you ain't got time to run to the bathroom. Sometimes someone will be talking to me while Im going in my diaper and I'll be thinking to myself "I wonder what they'd think if they knew what I was doing right now?" 😂
I am chef in a busy kitchen. During a crazy rush there is no bathroom breaks you either have to squeeze all bladder muscles or let it happen. I however do wear a diaper. The key to not roasting your goodies is lots of baby powder.
 
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Diaperman0723 said:
I am chef in a busy kitchen. During a crazy rush there is no bathroom breaks you either have to squeeze all bladder muscles or let it happen. I however do wear a diaper. The key to not roasting your goodies is lots of baby powder.
Not to mention the diaper! Lol! I've seen some fires in the kitchens! :ROFLMAO:
But seriously, I agree. Talk about a portable pot rag!
 
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I was a supervisor at a cafe/donut shop over the summer, so I was always on the floor wether it was barista work or cashiering or kitchen work. It’s one of the top tourist spots in my city so it was always busy from open to close. I always wore, not only out of convenience but also because it helped me stay grounded. Hard to feel cranky and overwhelmed when you’re comfortable and protected.
 
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Wondercrinkee said:
Not to mention the diaper! Lol! I've seen some fires in the kitchens! :ROFLMAO:
But seriously, I agree. Talk about a portable pot rag!
The diaper shouldn't catch fire unless you wearing shirt and diaper only
 
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I've never worked in a restaurant but I've certainly had many fine dinners in great restaurants wearing diapers and rubber pants under whatever nice clothes I had on. I wonder if I've ever been served by someone wearing diapers. Wish I knew if that was the case. My wife has changed me a few times while having dinner at our favorite dinning establishment. They have a really perfect private restroom that we are allowed to use when necessary.
 
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I've never worked in restaurants but even if I did, I generally have too much anxiety over wearing in public
 
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LiLMaus said:
The diaper shouldn't catch fire unless you wearing shirt and diaper only
I've gotten close enough where the plastic can melt. Trust me. Once the jean button gets hot......
 
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The first time someone in public noticed my diaper i was a resturant manager. My dinning room hostess walked up and ask me if i had a depends (using as a generic term for diaper not the brand) she heard the rustle. I was actually wearing a six tape attends. Well how was i suppose to reply i simply said I do not like Depends they are to thin and went on.
 
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