I’m going to let you watch this dubious trend unfold for yourself while I visit the little girls’ room…
Okay. I’m back. There’s not a lot I can say about this twisted idea except eeeeeewwwwwwwwwwww! Is this on your list of wedding accessories? Why would a woman want to walk around her wedding reception (or anyone else’s, for that matter) with a urine-soaked diaper just so she won’t miss a moment of her special day. It certainly would be a special day (i.e. something froze over) before I’d wrap myself in a diaper unless I was medically incontinent. Follow my logic…
The wedding is over and you’re in the honeymoon suite. Lovingly, passionately, slowly, the man of your dreams undresses you for the first time as your husband, carefully removing your wedding gown, followed by those sexy, white undergarments. What are the chances he’s had experience removing an adult diaper from a woman? What would you think if you were watching with delicious anticipation as your new husband got down to his skivvies, only to discover a diaper beneath his boxers? I don’t know about you, but I’d be laughing so hard I wouldn’t be able to find my cell phone to snap a few photos. Talk about killing the mood.
I trust all my readers have enough sense to select a wedding gown that doesn’t impair her ability to relieve herself. But forever more, at every wedding we attend, we’ll all wonder–does she or doesn’t she? Only her bladder knows for sure…
i was married three years ago and wore a depends with plastic pants over it.my husband knew about it and it was no big deal.my three flower girls were 5,7 and 10 and i had them each wear a cloth diaper and plastic pants under their dresses.
hi, i am getting married in may and my gown is quite poofy and with lots of crinolines.i am planning on wearing a disposable diaper with lace trimmed plastic pants over it for extra protection.i have other friends who were married in the past two years and a couple of them wore a diaper under their dresses as well.my three flower girls are 7,8 and 11 and they are each going to wear a cloth diaper and plastic pants under their dresses as well.if the bride is diapered so should her flower girls be diapered also.
i am 15 and was a junior bridesmaid in my neices wedding last june.i am the type that gets nervous when i am in front of people and come close to wetting my pants.my neice knew this and after i was dressed,she told my mom to take me to the nursery and that there was a cloth diaper and rubber pants there for me to wear under my dress.so we went to the nursery and my mom put the diaper and rubber pants on me and i wore them the whole time.
My daughter was a flower girl in a wedding when she was 9.she made her first holy communion two years earlier,so i took her first communion cloth diaper and rubber pants out of the box and put them on her under her flower girl dress since the two outfits were almost similar.
My daughter is 16 and will be recieving her sacrement of confirmation this comming May.It is a joint venture with two other parishes and being held in a cathedral.there will be almost 100 teens being confirmed that day so the ceremony will be over 3 hours long.All the girls have to wear formal.poofy,floor length dresses with a veil.elbow length gloves and white mary jane shoes.Mt daughter is the nervous type and i am thinking about having her wear a bridal diaper under her dress just in case.We have looked at disposable diapers,and they will work under her dress.For added protection,we talked about her wearing plastic pants over the diaper.Would this be feasible for her to do?
My daughter all ready has her prom dress picked out and its floor length with a full crinoline under it.she told me she is going to wear a disposable diaper under the dress in case she cant use the bathroom.she is going to borrow her 15 year old nieces baptism rubberpants that the niece wore last easter vigil under her baptism dress and wear them over the diaper.At least i wont have to woory about her wanting to fool around after prom!
Girls,be sure you know you husband to be very well before your wedding!Here’s why-I grew up in a very small town of 250 people in central wisconsin and was the only girl in my family with 2 older brothers.I met my ex-husband when i was 17 at a dance in our towns fire hall.he was 22 and in the national guard and doing his annual field traing at a base near my town.he was from madison and we hit it off right away and started dating.he would drive the 90 miles every weekend to see me.I didnt know it at the time that he had a fetish for rubberpants and after three months he showed me a pair of white super large size plastic babypants and told me the girls in madison were wearing them as a fad and that he wanted me to wear them also.being innocent and naive,i believed him and started wearing them when he came to date me.I wore them thru my senior year of high school and graduated in june of 1973 at 17 and turned 18,july 25th and we were married august 18th of 1973.he told me he wanted me to wear the rubberpants under my wedding dress,so i did.after that we moved to madison and lived in an apartment and he got me more pairs of the rubberpants.we were married only 6 and a half years and divorced as i didnt like him insisting i wear the rubberpants all the time.i learned the hardway!
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On Monday night, a fashionable flock gathered around the racks at Barneys in NYC goggling over the new collection from Stefano Pilati for Yves Saint Laurent. Cut-outs, faded dye, fringe detailing and plasticized lapels, all on classic silhouettes: nothing too far from the fashion house’s design-as-usual. However, a closer look at the label unveils Pilati’s true accomplishment. Each piece is created from leftover cotton drill from previous YSL inventories, forming a sustainable collection.
Too easy.We were all kids once, our parents ( those of us who tuenrd out ok) told us to siddown, shut up, brush your teeth, take out the garbage, etc…Those of us who became parents, now do the same thing to OUR kids, about 17x an hour.Seeing adults act like kids brings, the “oh, for heavens sake, siddown , stop that shit…” on like an autonomic reflex.Also some people are little proto-Stalins who get off on that, rather than just get dog tired and annoyed.