A New Pair Of Plastic Pants

They arrived in the mail today -- a new pair of plastic pants from Fetware.com. They are pink and opaque, but what sets them apart for the other five pair of plastic pants I have is how high the fit on my waist. They are classified as "hi back" and they are.

Lighter in weight than most of my diaper covers, I wondered about their strength and durability. Still my greatest concern about plastic pants is always the same -- will they leak.

Well only one way to find out, right?

So I put on a Depends pull on diaper for women and inserted the largest feminine napkin I can find in the front part of the crotch - something I have learned from experience doubles the amount of the fluid the diaper will hold.

This was just before 6 in the evening. It is no 6:30 the next morning. The same diaper and pad now sag, sodden through and through. I have peed in it numerous times, including two very large flows - before I went to bed and when I got up this morning.

And even though I went to bed with the diaper already forming a swollen, soggy mass between my legs, no one drop leaked out.

So I pushed it and instead of going out for coffee as I normally do, I did things around the house dessed as I had gone to bed. This consisted of a beige baby doll gown with built in bra, nude thigh high hose, sling back sandals and a giant granny panty that covered most but not all of my new plastic pants.

I loved walking about the house, climbing up and down the stairs, bending, streching, sitting all in the saturated panties. Just walking was a thrill because the wet mass between my legs could not be ignored.

Next up: Wearing diapers to work and seeing if I can go all day without having to change or having a leak.
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1 Response Jan 23, 2013

i still say go protex medical latex rubber pants and never have leaks again.