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  1. No clue, can't help you. TBH, though, the game is not that good. Some of the descriptions were cute. The second level seems impossible. Not impossible like, oh, I can't beat this level on the first three tries it must surely be impossible durr. You have to get the key, and then go through a maze and get to the door at the end of the maze. I barely get to the start of the maze before I shit my pants and die. So if it makes you feel better, you're not missing much.
  2. Thanks for putting this together! It's so much easier than wading through the thread. Surprised not to see any of Stephen King's nearly constant descriptions of peeing on the list. Are they too brief and numerous to mention?
  3. I got that one! Happy fapping. DpMSummerCuffed2TreeExposedTeased.mp4
  4. I don't buy men's or unisex adult diapers at the store. But sometimes if I'm in the mood for lady pullups or incontinence pads, I'll get them at the store. I'm not into public embarrassment (well, not my public embarrassment), but I like to fantasize about the implication of it. It's like, if the cashier and people in line think I have an incontinent gf, that adds an extra element of realism to my fantasy of having an incontinent gf. I've never actually been confronted about it before, though, and I think that was a little too far for my comfort at this stage of depravity.
  5. It's more socially acceptable because all the normal consequences of peeing yourself are negated. You can jump in the water to hide it, and swimsuits dry fast. The sand's wet anyway. It's not going to smell. The beach isn't clean to begin with. Plus, the bathrooms are usually way farther away than the water, so why bother? I witnessed a friend do this once. It was pride weekend, which meant a long day of public drinking and eventually clubbing. We were at the beach, but we weren't swimming. She was wearing shorts similar to men's swim trunks. I can't remember exactly what she said, but she basically bluntly announced to the group that she had to pee and was going to do it in the ocean. Then she walked into the water up to her waist, peed, and walked back out.
  6. That's so weird, I was about to start a thread about an awkward diaper buying experience I had yesterday, but one already exists. Depend Silhouettes come in black and blue as well as beige now, and I thought that might be fun to try. I needed to go to the drug store anyway, so I decided to pick up a pack. When I had everything, I went to line up. I went during what I thought would be off-hours, but there were still two people ahead of me in line. They both stared for a few seconds at the depends in my basket. I stared into the middle distance. Then the old lady directly in front of me said, "You're brave. My husband never buys my diapers." Spaghetti started pouring out of my pockets, by face probably turned fire engine red, and I did this sort of haha fake laugh I do when I'm expected to respond but have no idea what to say. She didn't stop saying things though. She was like, "He always makes me go buy them myself. And I have Chron's, so I need them. But we're always like, You get them, no you get them." I mumbled something like, "well, for me it's part of the job." That was the end of the conversation. I mean, she wasn't making fun of me. If anything, it was a compliment on my gentlemanliness for picking up diapers for my SO who doesn't exist. It was still awkward as fuck.
  7. It runs in dosbox (or at least it does on my Linux install. YMMV) Instructions, if you've never done dosbox: download it here extract the kwest archive somewhere Run dosbox and type in these commands: mount c /home/main/Documents/KWEST (or wherever you extracted it) c: KWEST.EXE Now to find out if it's any good...
  8. In Vancouver, we've had fully automatic trains since the eighties. The only time they ever assume direct control is during bad snowstorms and such. One more boring job that we don't need to waste people's time with. It make sense to me. In other threads, it looks like many of us have had the seed of our fetish basically from the time we started forming memories. I know I was fascinated with diapers before I picked my first career aspiration (geologist, of all things).
  9. I'm not actually sure if I broke through when I tried DMT. In the moment, I was definitely out of my body and identity. But at the same time, even though I wasn't myself, I was still something (if that makes sense). It was christmas break maybe three or four years ago, and I had broken bad and extracted some DMT in my room. I shared it with my friends, so there was only enough for two bowls each. We smoked it out of a regular bong (your peice is impressive btw), and already that was suboptimal because it kept melting and going down the stem. That bong was apparently unusable after that because of all the dmt residue in it. Also, we were doing hits on the balcony whereas we actually wanted to be inside on the couch. It wasn't my place, so I couldn't change the rules, but I think all of us held back a bit because we still needed to be together enough to walk the five steps to the couch. And it tasted way, way nastier than anyone could have imagined, so there was also that to overcome. My second run at it, I got to spend some time in this higher-dimensional "room" with infinite windows looking out on everywhere/everywhen. Sort of vaguely like the end of Interstellar, but not really. But if it counted as a breakthrough, it was probably a weak one. I still interpreted the experience as me being in this room, and there was still a sense of time and an internal monologue and all these things that don't fit people's descriptions of really breaking through. When I came back, I felt slow and disoriented. I noticed my friend's apartment had a second bedroom that I managed to forget. For a few minutes in the haze, I though I came back to the wrong universe or that some House of Leaves shit was about to happen. The point is, I'm pretty sure we did it wrong and got mediocre results. One of my experiences on salvia was actually stronger than that. I spent several years as this old steam engine they have on display in my hometown, just sitting there watching the world go by. This thread is giving me the urge to give it another go, though. I may just order some ingredients soon and try another batch to do alone, possibly in diapers. Do you brew your own DMT?
  10. (raises hand) It never crossed my mind to combine my interest in psychedelics with my fetish though. Come to think of it, I'm not even sure I'm comfortable enough with my sexuality to do that. I can see it going either way if I tried to structure a trip around diapers and stuff. DMT is an interesting choice. When I tried DMT, it was superb, but the things I saw were totally unrelated to what was on my mind or what I was doing beforehand. Did the diapers and ABDL stuff colour your trip at all, or was it just a way to make yourself comfortable before and after the experience?
  11. Here's an article I found the other day on a separate but related event. Just being kinky is now political. Thoughts?
  12. I think that question answers itself. Biased reporting is biased reporting and blatant lies are blatant lies, and the line between them is the moment lies get introduced into the reporting. I think the real issue is recognizing lies as they're presented, and that's a matter of evaluating the quality of sources, estimating the probability of each side in a story being true, and - most importantly - overcoming personal biases. It's a hard thing to do, and it's way easier - regardless of your political stripe - to just consume "news" that makes you feel good. But people who let themselves fall into that habit end up believing untrue things, and ultimately take to treating politics like a team sport. I'm alright if you don't dig up your sources on McCain. You think he's in on the big con, I don't know enough about him to convince you otherwise. Some common ground that we have is that we're both living out exciting chapters of our narratives of the world. For me, there was a Russian conspiracy that resulted in a Russian proto-fascist puppet getting elected. For you, there's an American conspiracy to discredit the totally legit president. Oh, and also we both apparently agree that the TPP was a bad idea (but probably for different reasons). Thanks Trump. I don't want this to come across as a stroppy stompoff, but I do have to take myself out of this conversation. I've been consuming way, way too much trump-related news before and especially since the election, and I'm pretty much burned out on it for the time being. I've got to take my head out of it while I'm still able to think about other things. I did enjoy our talk, thanks for having an actual conversation about it.
  13. I've done the marshmallow thing maybe 10 times, bananas maybe another 15 or 20 times. I always used three marshmallows, and I've never had a problem until now. Of course, those other times I was unsuccessful at holding it. Ten marshmallows seems like a LOT to me, but I guess they're not that big. How do you get them to go in nicely though? After three, my butthole is a sticky sugary mess and it's hard to get more marshmallows in without them breaking apart. I've tried rinsing them to make them a bit more slippery, but same results.
  14. What would the democrats stand to gain by pulling such a stunt at this stage of the game? And since the documents have been floating around since the summer, why wouldn't they do this gambit back then instead of now? Couldn't they have manipulated the media into reporting it just as much as they are now, but back when it could make a difference? Do you reckon John McCain and the related intelligence agencies are in on the con, or have they all been tricked? Naw. You can choose your own narrative to impose on the world, but some narratives eventually fail to line with actual objective reality. Recently, we've seen some people whose narratives stopped resembling the real world, and instead of changing their narratives, they withdrew from the real world to immerse themselves in perpetual confirmation bias (and yes, unfortunately, we saw this happen with a subset of the left along with a subset of the right). When a person gets their information from social media, they're not getting a reporter's approximation of reality - not even a biased approximation like one might get in a slanted news source. I'd describe it as more like an algorithm's approximation of the reader's pre-existing narrative. It doesn't serve to inform the reader - only to tickle the part of their brain that lights up when someone tells you that you're right about something. The security state isn't our friend, but they're also the most credible voice that's audible right now. We don't have enough evidence to make a conclusion with certainty. However, if you take the evidence we do have and weight it by credibility, it's pointing towards legitimacy.
  15. It's completely fine to be skeptical and wait for further evidence. But I was under the impression you believed this all to be a 4chan hoax. Was I mistaken? Do you have a pet theory on who came up with this stuff if wasn't 4chan or objective reality? I went on BBC and picked the first Trump-related non-opinion piece I could spot. Here it is. I tried, but I can't spot the bias in the reporting. Could you help me understand how that piece pushes an agenda?