Women saying nappies

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I just love women saying nappy or nappies and if I'm talking to a girl if I get the chance to bring nappies in to the conversation I jump at it like I would say "yea I was probably still in nappies when that was out" or something like that just to hopefully hear them say nappies, does anyone else do this.
 
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I've heard some women talk to their little ones, telling them something like "C'mon, sweetie, let's change your diaper!" in a cute, chipper voice...making me wish I was that little one getting changed. 🥰
 
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Years ago, I used to think my day was a success if I heard a woman (other than my Significant Other) saying 'diaper.' This was well before the advent of the internet; nowadays, I have several voice clips of women talking about diapers and diapering that I can play whenever I feel like it.
 
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BobbiSueEllen said:
I've heard some women talk to their little ones, telling them something like "C'mon, sweetie, let's change your diaper!" in a cute, chipper voice...making me wish I was that little one getting changed. 🥰
Yea I consider myself a dl but a woman talking to me like a baby gives me butterflies I think there's more ab in me than I think
 
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sbmccue said:
Years ago, I used to think my day was a success if I heard a woman (other than my Significant Other) saying 'diaper.' This was well before the advent of the internet; nowadays, I have several voice clips of women talking about diapers and diapering that I can play whenever I feel like it.
Yea I love hearing it, I tried to get a lady in the shop today to say it but I had no joy that's why I brought it up
 
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sbmccue said:
Years ago, I used to think my day was a success if I heard a woman (other than my Significant Other) saying 'diaper.' This was well before the advent of the internet; nowadays, I have several voice clips of women talking about diapers and diapering that I can play whenever I feel like it.
Where did you get the audio clips?
 
A Sturn British woman with a pretty softy voice... You might as well ship me to the UK I'd be a happy baby... They always embarrass me. Toooo the point I die giggling with unoppressive laughter.
 
BabyHailey1977 said:
Where did you get the audio clips?
Various places ... YouTube videos, real-life babysitters, etc. One of my babysitters made audio clips for me so I could more easily relax when she wasn't with me.

I also have an excellent audio recorder in my mind. I can remember things my mother and girlfriends said 50 years ago.

Lo on Patreon does some terrific audio work, if you're interested in her weekly vignettes.
 
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I do this with other words. (Not nappies, as they're not my thing.) I like to hear someone else say "blindfold". If discussing party games, I've been known to ask "I've heard of squeak piggy squeak, how do you play it?".
 
Every once in a while I wil, mostly its diaper.
 
BobbiSueEllen said:
I've heard some women talk to their little ones, telling them something like "C'mon, sweetie, let's change your diaper!" in a cute, chipper voice...making me wish I was that little one getting changed. 🥰
I would honestly love something like that
 
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Vintage84 said:
I just love women saying nappy or nappies and if I'm talking to a girl if I get the chance to bring nappies in to the conversation I jump at it like I would say "yea I was probably still in nappies when that was out" or something like that just to hopefully hear them say nappies, does anyone else do this.
I don't intentionally introduce the topic, but as a few of my friends have young children the word comes up naturally in conversations and I love to hear it said by a woman.
BobbiSueEllen said:
I've heard some women talk to their little ones, telling them something like "C'mon, sweetie, let's change your diaper!" in a cute, chipper voice...making me wish I was that little one getting changed. 🥰
Very recently I was in a shopping centre and heard a woman say to a toddler girl "Did you do a poo, honey? Do you need a nappy change?" in such a cute voice. I absolutely wish I had been that toddler?
 
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I like the hear women say "diaper"

It's interesting how cultural words can be so different, I find the word "nappie" off putting, obviously that's because that word is not used where I live.
 
fleckothefennec said:
I like the hear women say "diaper"

It's interesting how cultural words can be so different, I find the word "nappie" off putting, obviously that's because that word is not used where I live.
Yea it must be because I think nappy sounds far better than diaper
 
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I love hearing women say the words "diaper," "powder," "wipes," "change," "pee," and "poop" for some reason.
 
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BobbiSueEllen said:
I've heard some women talk to their little ones, telling them something like "C'mon, sweetie, let's change your diaper!" in a cute, chipper voice...making me wish I was that little one getting changed. 🥰
100% has an effect on the brain. Usually during my changings, my wife has a much different voice. We haven't ever dove too deep into age play, usually its just a changing but she doesn't hesitate to make it clear that she is mommy, even when its not her words, but the tone. But hearing her use the word diaper or diapy (which I used to hate) is a comforting sound now. After reading this post though, maybe she needs to shift her regional influence and refer to them as nappy. After all, when not in little headspace, I find UK and Australian accents so divine, so why not bring it into the little space world! Lol.
 
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Maybe it’s the years of hearing my wife say “diapers” when talking about those our children wore, but I haven’t noticed it peeking my interest. Now I think that the word would raise my heart rate a bite if I were to meet a woman say it that wore diapers due to medical need and/or desire. Now that I find myself entering the senior dating pool I would be quite content finding a woman that wore due to incontinence and I would be more than willing to help her feel better about it if she in any way felt ashamed of having to do so. She could say “diapers” to repay my efforts!
 
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Vintage84 said:
Yea I consider myself a dl but a woman talking to me like a baby gives me butterflies I think there's more ab in me than I think
DL , always leads towards AB ..
The two are linked ..
As the sex drive diminishes. As the diaper play becomes .. 'Meh' .. then AB creaps in to fill the void.. the whole DL thing is after all wearing AB attire...
 
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Kittyinpink said:
DL , always leads towards AB ..
The two are linked ..
As the sex drive diminishes. As the diaper play becomes .. 'Meh' .. then AB creaps in to fill the void.. the whole DL thing is after all wearing AB attire...
Yea I would definitely love a woman to treat me like a baby I don't think I would enjoy it by myself though I'm very happy with just a nappy
 
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Vintage84 said:
Yea it must be because I think nappy sounds far better than diaper































































Yes and vice versa
 
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