What do you do when you see someone, not a baby, with diapers?

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Nothing disturbing, please.

What I mean is, if you see someone with a package of diapers, again, not for a baby, or if they take a diaper into a bathroom, etc., what goes through your mind?

As for me, I don't stare, but I covertly glance over a couple times and move on. This type of thing only happened to me once. When I was at CVS, not on a diaper run, I saw a girl I recognized from my old school, who is now in the seventh grade, in line with a package of girls' GoodNites. Needless to say, I thought about that one for a while, but in hindsight, she might have been picking up diapers for a sibling. Weird, huh? :laugh:
 
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Well, if it's an age-specific product (like Goodnights), I usually assume that there's someone in the household that needs it. But I certainly don't immediately think "TB".
 
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Yeah or maybe they themselves need it but either way if I saw someone carrying diapers around a store acting like they are trying to hide what they are buying I might look into it but otherwise I have more important things to do when I go to the store
 

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I've seen a couple people (adults) with Goodnites...I may look at the person's butt to see a diaper bulge (but I do that for a lot of people), and if I don't see one (I pretty much never do), I just assume they have a kid
 

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I don't think much of it most of the time. But one of the last times I was at Costco a guy who did seam rather old was returning a case of Depend Underwear. Though one certainly can't blame anyone for that though right?
 
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In middle school, there were these mentally-challenged kids who wore diapers. Their diapers were pretty obvious, and I must admit I envied them.

However, I could care less now.

Sometimes, these things phase me, but they pass quickly. I could care less about whether somebody else was wearing diapers. As far as I'm concerned, a diaper is just another type of undergarment; it's not a big deal. I might as well stare at underwear or boxers...(yuck)
 

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I seem to see adults with diapers (purchasing, not wearing) rather often. Usually I'll see someone buying some form of adult incontinence product, whether it be depends, store brand or poise pads a lot of times that I go to Wal-Mart. They don't seem to care at all that they are buying them and sometimes I am quite sure that they must be for themselves, example of a few times that I've seen an elderly lady with some poise pads in her cart, they are likely for her. I've also seen parents with their kids in tow buying goodnites, so my assumption is that the goodnites would be for one of them, I remember one time when it was a mom with two kids, one infant, and one probably around age 6-7, putting the goodnites up on the counter, I would really bet that they were for the kid.

The thing is, nobody I have seen buying diapers have seemed phased by it, nor has a cashier ever said anything to them, at least from what I have seen.

On the other hand, I used to work with physically & mentally challenged teens and a number of them wore diapers and some of the more seriously handicapped required that they be changed by us. It didn't really phase me, they needed them for a real reason. The only thing was that I kind of felt bad for them, I mean that I can wear them because I like them. They, on the other hand, probably did not care much for wearing them and had no choice so I really felt for them.
 

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I can only recall one time where I saw someone buying diapers, and it was an elderly woman buying depends.
She must have been in her 70s or 80s, so I didn't really think much of it.
 
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Occasionally in a while, I'll see an older person (55 and older) with a pack, and I'll think nothing off it.

However, on a few occasions I've seen younger people with a pack of Depends or something like that. They normally don't seem to care that they're buying diapers. It makes me think something like "weird" and "interesting". But I never pursue it beyond that.
 

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Report it, damn it!!

Nah, usually I'll just keep a closer eye on the person if circumstances permit. I'm pretty covert and appropriate about it.

--Danny :ninja:
 

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Don't worry guys, I reported your sightings on Deeker. Then I reported a sighting of myself. XD Im such a diaper horny pedophile![/sarcasm]
 

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However, on a few occasions I've seen younger people with a pack of Depends or something like that. They normally don't seem to care that they're buying diapers.


Why should they? They are just diapers after all.
 
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I run after them and ask them if they are TB or if they want to change me. You know- the usual.

Nah, I usually don't care. I have not seen teens buying diapers ever nor even people under the age of 50. But, there was this really cute old man buying some and I just wanted to give him a hug because he was really cute and small and stuff :) ...am I weird?

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In the eighth grade, I saw the mother of a guy from school buying GoodNites (with other items) at the grocery store.

He is an only child . . . .

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Statistically speaking, if you see someone carrying a bag of diapers I think it's way more probable they (or the person who will use them) need them for medical needs, rather than for recreational purposes, and it's probably a side of themselves they wouldn't like to disclose to others. Even if it was someone cute and attractive, it'd require a careful investigation before making moves that could potentially reveal certain sides of my personality, expecially if it was someone related to my friends/work/family envionment.

It happened to me too a couple of times to spot some random elderly people buying/carrying/wearing diapers, but honestly in that case thinking of them diapered was just a real turnoff.
 

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Umm... I've never ever seen i. I've seen one or too occasions where parents have brought drynites while there kids were there, but never seen anyone apparently wearing, and even the drynites is a rare occasion. It is just something I have almost never seen. I don't know what I would think if I were to see it - probably a mixture of wanting to stare at the diaper and not be obvious/embarrass the person wearing. Then again, I can't know unless I see it happen.
 

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There have been times were i'm in a store and I see people with Depends and in my mind i'm going "Your throwing your money away."
 

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Once I was the pharmacy and I saw my psychiatrist buying diapers. I had confessed on one of our first sessions that I wore diapers, and he said that it was sick and that I needed to break that horrible and filthy habit! So here he was buying depends. I became enraged and confronted him saying, "Well look who is buying diapers!" He got defensive and said that they were for his elderly aunt. I pulled down his pants right there and revealed for everyone in the store to see his diapers. I said, "I thought you said my wearing them was filthy and disgusting?" He immediately started to cry, and confessed all sorts of sordid things from his life, things I didn't want to hear. The management of the store had called 911, and they took him away in a straight jacket.

The experience was so overwhelming and emotionally destabilizing that now when ever I am in a pharmacy and see someone buying diapers, I have to pull there pants down, or lift up their skirt. Don't think it hasn't gotten me into some serious trouble. The last time this happened I was in Atlanta and there was this kid with an Atlanta hockey shirt on, buying diapers....oh wait...wasn't that you Kovalchuk? Haha... you have been either blessed or cursed with a very silly Dogboy story. Merry Christmas to one and all.
 
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