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Adult diapers and baby diapers

So here's an interesting web of ideas. Do you prefer baby or adult diapers? Why and why not. Also if they made an adult exact replica of baby diapers would you wear it? Again why or why not.

Diaperkitsune26 08.21.2019 7 274
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  •  PPRebel: 
     

    As a DL I'm not sure the market is catering too well for me at the moment.It would be nice to get away from the white healthcare products & wear something in the way of colorful motif & patterned diapers ..but most of the fetish market products are aimed at AB's & too babyish for my tastes.I'm drawn to bright patterns & contrasting sides .& maybe the odd crinkle . kind of emphasise what I've got on & draw attention to the naughtiness of it all, even if it is only at home  for my own personal amusement.Surfing around the only ones which are really attracting my attention to so far are Dotty Diapers Super Boompa ..any other suggestions welcome.

     

     
     09.24.2019 
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  •  DebbyCross: 
     

    I would love exact replica's of baby diapers. For an ab its the holy grail of diapers.

     

     
     09.13.2019 
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  •  DanielABDL_1: 
     

    The differences intrigue me too

     
     09.02.2019 
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  •  Minkihuggie: 
     

    There the same thing more or less just scaled up!

     
     08.30.2019 
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  •  babyboymitch: 
     
    • Yes I would love it if they made adult diapers exactly the same as baby diapers. I think many abdl diapers have way too much on them. I especially dislike it when the sides of abdl diapers are colored like all of tykables diapers, little paws and cushies v2. Colored sides makes it look more like a pull up than an actual diaper. I prefer the way most baby diapers look over most abdl diapers.
     
     08.26.2019 
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