The Mind of an AB

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Pramrider

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Amazes me sometimes how easily my mind can drift to the AB side. This evening I made an innocent enough stop at a Taco Bell to get soft tacos to take home for supper. It was pretty empty in the place, and I was the only customer waiting. Over by the counter where the trays of sauce packets were located were two baby high chairs. Uh Oh!:rolleyes: As I waited for my order I kept visually checking out those chairs. They had thick padded vinyl seats in the same color pattern as the rest of the restaurant seating. The chair frames were thick metal tubing. I found myself mentally figuring the size of the chair in relation to my upper legs and hips. "Could I fit in one", I wondered? If I had the opportunity to try, the only part I would have a problem with is getting my legs under the front metal bar which wasn't removable. I've seen Youtube vids of teens literally getting stuck tight in chairs because of that bar. In my mind I kept trying to figure how I could fit, imaging all kinds of bodily twisting and bending needed, if it would even be possible at all. My order finally came and I went over to the counter, grabbed some packs of sauce, and gave the chairs one more good look. "They just look soooo comfy", I thought. Good thing I didn't have several minutes all alone in that Taco Bell. You know what I would be doing! That's the mind of an AB for you.:D Guess it's probably the same with everyone who loves diapers and sees packs of them in a store baby section - makes the desire to don one that much stronger.

~Pramrider
 

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Yup i'm sure we all have moments like that. :)
 

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What? Thats the other part of our minds, isnt it?
 
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My DL side is SO much stronger than my TB/AB side that I'm generally only that way with diapers. My brain sees diaper references the same way people look for sexual innuendos for "that's what she said" jokes: drawing absurd connections out of nowhere.
 

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Amazes me sometimes how easily my mind can drift to the AB side. This evening I made an innocent enough stop at a Taco Bell to get soft tacos to take home for supper. It was pretty empty in the place, and I was the only customer waiting. Over by the counter where the trays of sauce packets were located were two baby high chairs. Uh Oh!:rolleyes: As I waited for my order I kept visually checking out those chairs. They had thick padded vinyl seats in the same color pattern as the rest of the restaurant seating. The chair frames were thick metal tubing. I found myself mentally figuring the size of the chair in relation to my upper legs and hips. "Could I fit in one", I wondered? If I had the opportunity to try, the only part I would have a problem with is getting my legs under the front metal bar which wasn't removable. I've seen Youtube vids of teens literally getting stuck tight in chairs because of that bar. In my mind I kept trying to figure how I could fit, imaging all kinds of bodily twisting and bending needed, if it would even be possible at all. My order finally came and I went over to the counter, grabbed some packs of sauce, and gave the chairs one more good look. "They just look soooo comfy", I thought. Good thing I didn't have several minutes all alone in that Taco Bell. You know what I would be doing! That's the mind of an AB for you.:D Guess it's probably the same with everyone who loves diapers and sees packs of them in a store baby section - makes the desire to don one that much stronger.

~Pramrider

Still it would have been quite a sight to see a fully grown adult Stuck in one. :laugh:
 

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Still it would have been quite a sight to see a fully grown adult Stuck in one. :laugh:
Yeah, that would have topped the embarrassment I felt about 15 years ago when I got caught sitting in a highchair in a Best Products dept. store by another customer. Same reason - it just looked so comfy I had to try it out.:D At least I wasn't stuck that time and could easily get out. Though it didn't do me much good because when you're caught, you're caught!:eek:

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when I'm around plushies and stuff i cant help by look at them and pick them up and when no one is looking huggle it quickly when it's a plush, and when i go into my drugstore that's right around the conner form my house i cant help but go to the adult diaper section but thenkfuly it has school suppliys on the other shelf just accross from them lol ao i glance at them
 

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In one of our Kroger food stores, the baby isle is the same isle as the ice cream isle. Maybe the manager aims to pacify all of our desires at once! Anyway, I can go get ice cream and experience the rush of the diaper isle unbeknownst to anyone...haha.

I also had another thought Pramrider when I read your thread, since it takes place at a Taco Bell, which I love, by the way. Imagine a young family entering the Taco Bell, and placing their baby in the baby chair. Then they order three of the hottest taco's sold, and start feeding it to the baby just like the chilly in the movie, Mr. Mom. In short order the patrons flee for their lives as their is a hot salsa diaper explosion.
 

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In one of our Kroger food stores, the baby isle is the same isle as the ice cream isle. Maybe the manager aims to pacify all of our desires at once! Anyway, I can go get ice cream and experience the rush of the diaper isle unbeknownst to anyone...haha.

I also had another thought Pramrider when I read your thread, since it takes place at a Taco Bell, which I love, by the way. Imagine a young family entering the Taco Bell, and placing their baby in the baby chair. Then they order three of the hottest taco's sold, and start feeding it to the baby just like the chilly in the movie, Mr. Mom. In short order the patrons flee for their lives as their is a hot salsa diaper explosion.
I guess in audio terms you'd call that a 'stereo rush' getting it from both sides of the aisle.:D That's what I like about baby sections in dept. stores, I can get that same dual rush standing in an aisle with strollers on one side and highchairs on the other.:smile:

Oh, I could just picture what that diaper explosion would be like.:eek:

*Pram enters Taco Bell and quickly takes cover at the thought of an impending hot salsa diaper explosion*:laugh:

~Pramrider
 

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Oh I do that too, Pram! Actually, I thought of you the other day.

Working with Emma (If I remember correctly) while doing your signature bar I got a pretty good look at the pram. Well I was riding my bike to school a week or so ago... and I passed this old stroller. Looked exactly like your Emma, the green, and pink inner. It was in pretty good condition, it was weird but I wanted to take a picture just so I had it.

I'm sure anyone else wouldn't have paid attention to an old buggy sitting in the garbage at the side of the road...
 

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I don't get excited about highchairs or prams (although I did see the frame of a '50s era foldable stroller in the trash a week or two ago). Unfortunately it was JUST the frame (no seat/back).

I had a '50s era foldable carriage (pram) for my youngest daughter actually. It had been my older sisters...and the vinyl cover was cracking and splitting, but otherwise it was in good shape. My mum & oldest sister recovered it in a quilted black floral print (black background with tiny little pink/mauve/white flowers) on the basket, same print (not quilted) on the hood) and lined it with a pale mauve, and trimmed with white braid around the top edge of the basket and white fringe on the front of the hood. My husband (at the time) polished up the chrome...it was a BEAUTY! I think I have a photo somewhere of my granddaughter sleeping in it...I'll see if I can find it. The best part of it was you could take the basket out of the frame...and use it like a 'carry-cot'...its where my youngest slept the first 4 weeks of her life (we were staying with my folks).

Ohhhhhh and her bed at home (when we finally got home) was a '20s era (or earlier) wicker bassinet which my mum covered in a lavender 'dotted swiss' with ruffles and bows. It was GORGEOUS. The original legs were missing so my dad made legs for it out of an old bedstead. (My family's kinda "crafty"!) :-D

Anyway...I dooooooo have a soft-spot for PLUSHIES....that's how I ended up with Jozee...saw her at the farmer's market at the ferry terminal the Saturday before Easter...she looked so cute sitting there with her little sweater with the bunny & flower appliques...I just HAD to pick her up 'n cuddle her...and then I HAD to buy her! I'm a sucker for plushies. I'm glad I don't walk past "Starbucks" any more...'cause every time I walked by they had a different teddy "on sale" (I bought THREE of them!)

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Whenever I see a small child in a diaper, being held, or pushed around in a stroller, I always think what it would be like to be that old again, and wish that it was me instead. My AB side starts to take over. But I always want to retain the memories I have now and still be in a 3 year old body.
I know how you feel when you see something like that Pramrider. I think most of us as AB/TB's feel the same.
 

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Oh I do that too, Pram! Actually, I thought of you the other day.

Working with Emma (If I remember correctly) while doing your signature bar I got a pretty good look at the pram. Well I was riding my bike to school a week or so ago... and I passed this old stroller. Looked exactly like your Emma, the green, and pink inner. It was in pretty good condition, it was weird but I wanted to take a picture just so I had it.

I'm sure anyone else wouldn't have paid attention to an old buggy sitting in the garbage at the side of the road...
Awww Mandi.....a shame you couldn't get a pic taken. I would have loved to see it and probably could have ID'd it, too. Though...maybe it's good I didn't see it and then start feeling very sad it got trashed. :frown: It may have been a rarer Emma since they used to be sold throughout N. America. People are so quick to toss old strollers out, even when they only need a bit of cleaning or mending of the fabric to be made 100% right again. I personally know a man in Australia (not an AB) who rescues prams being thrown away. He refurbishes them and many times donates them to charities which help poorer families and single parents. He has saved literally hundreds of reusable prams or parts thereof from ending up as landfill. I've rescued a few myself found locally.:smile:

I had a '50s era foldable carriage (pram) for my youngest daughter actually. It had been my older sisters...and the vinyl cover was cracking and splitting, but otherwise it was in good shape. My mum & oldest sister recovered it in a quilted black floral print (black background with tiny little pink/mauve/white flowers) on the basket, same print (not quilted) on the hood) and lined it with a pale mauve, and trimmed with white braid around the top edge of the basket and white fringe on the front of the hood. My husband (at the time) polished up the chrome...it was a BEAUTY! I think I have a photo somewhere of my granddaughter sleeping in it...I'll see if I can find it.
I'd love to see pics, Ayanna!:smile: Sounds like your family did a beautiful job on the basket and carriage. The pram photo I showed in the "Post Your Desktop" thread shows two prams a collector restored. They're Silver Cross prams, which are still made. She did a good job making them look identical, like mother and daughter prams. They were for sale awhile back when I copied the photo for my Desktop, and I hope they were sold together. Way too nice to be split up.

Whenever I see a small child in a diaper, being held, or pushed around in a stroller, I always think what it would be like to be that old again, and wish that it was me instead. My AB side starts to take over. But I always want to retain the memories I have now and still be in a 3 year old body.
I know how you feel when you see something like that Pramrider. I think most of us as AB/TB's feel the same.
Yeah, I sometimes wish I were small enough to actual *fit* a stroller. Not only in width, which I can with my present size, but also in height so as to be able to lay back, nap, and enjoy a ride again. It's a shame so many of our earlier toddler memories aren't retained. Toddlers look so comfy in their strollers, chairs, car seats, and so on...

~Pramrider
 

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i'm not a high chair or pram/stroller person, but i'm all about the play places! any ball pits or slides or climbing nets i'm all about :D.
 

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Hey, I have had deep thoughts while at Taco Bell with a friend. It was very funny and cute.
 
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