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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    Do you wear pampers pull ups? Or does your mother still change you?
    Mean but :lol:

    (Original post by RedArrow)
    Just want to say the avatar is not fat as you are
    Wtf? Was there any need for that?
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    (Original post by ConnorRed)
    Only when I was younger and had bad diarrhea. Its not a regular thing, it only happened once. Have you?
    Can't remember ever having done it...
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    On the off chance that he's actually serious though, don't you think he may perceive that to be hurtful? You wouldn't like it if you had no control over your bladder for reasons beyond your control and someone makes a 'joke' like that. It's just rude.
    This was never going to be serious. You don't start an 'ask me anything' thread by stating that you wet yourself every night in the title and expect serious answers. If I had even slightly suspected this was serious I wouldn't have made such a comment.
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    Have you ever woken up and just been lying in a pool of urine? If so, what was your initial reaction, and how did you deal with it?

    In addition, when you get your parents to wash your bed sheets, what do you tell them happened?
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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    This was never going to be serious. You don't start an 'ask me anything' thread by stating that you wet yourself every night in the title and expect serious answers. If I had even slightly suspected this was serious I wouldn't have made such a comment.
    I still don't think such comments were necessary. People who may actually piss the bed at night might look at this. Have some common sense. If he'd started it with, "I was born with no legs, ask me anything", you wouldn't have posted a question like, "Do you shuffle to get from A to B?"
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    I still don't think such comments were necessary. People who may actually piss the bed at night might look at this. Have some common sense. If he'd started it with, "I was born with no legs, ask me anything", you wouldn't have posted a question like, "Do you shuffle to get from A to B?"
    Do they though?
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    I still don't think such comments were necessary. People who may actually piss the bed at night might look at this. Have some common sense. If he'd started it with, "I was born with no legs, ask me anything", you wouldn't have posted a question like, "Do you shuffle to get from A to B?"
    That's because the chance of someone starting one of these and being born with no legs is far more likely to be serious than someone saying that they wet the bed. I'd expect that people who might piss themselves would have the 'common sense' to realise that I was joking and by no means was trying to insult them.

    What do you want? An apology?

    I am sorry for being mean.
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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    This was never going to be serious. You don't start an 'ask me anything' thread by stating that you wet yourself every night in the title and expect serious answers. If I had even slightly suspected this was serious I wouldn't have made such a comment.
    Can I just clarify that this is serious. I for obvious reasons cannot talk about it with friends because I may end up being bullied at school or just made fun of. I came to TSR to talk about many things that I couldn't normally talk about without being judged, the first of which was that I wet the bed and have done all my life.
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    I still don't think such comments were necessary. People who may actually piss the bed at night might look at this. Have some common sense. If he'd started it with, "I was born with no legs, ask me anything", you wouldn't have posted a question like, "Do you shuffle to get from A to B?"
    Oh gaaaad. Comedy humour outweighed any negative consequence..

    /discussion

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    (Original post by EatAndRevise)
    Do they though?
    I wouldn't know. They might do. Or they may use a wheelchair. Can't say I've ever wanted to know so I haven't done any research into it. Sorry.

    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    That's because the chance of someone starting one of these and being born with no legs is far more likely to be serious than someone saying that they wet the bed. I'd expect that people who might piss themselves would have the 'common sense' to realise that I was joking and by no means was trying to insult them.

    What do you want? An apology?

    I am sorry for being mean.
    Because people who wet the bed before the age of 80 are joking, aren't they? There was a 19 year old who went on Embarrassing Bodies when it was a problem for her day and night. I know someone who has literally had the problem from as long as they can remember. It's a mortifying thing for these people (though I really don't know why the 19 year old went on the programme if she was so embarrassed...) so yes, it was insulting, whether you meant it or not. Maybe think a little next time.
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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    Oh gaaaad. Comedy humour outweighed any negative consequence..

    /discussion

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    I immediately saw it as a mean thing. Everyone is entitled to their opinion.
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    (Original post by EatAndRevise)
    Have you ever woken up and just been lying in a pool of urine? If so, what was your initial reaction, and how did you did with it?

    In addition, when you get your parents to wash your bed sheets, what do you tell them happened?
    My parents know that I wet the bed. As I said I wear drynites so they normally contain the urine but yes on occasion J have woken up in a wet bed because they have leaked. I just strip the sheet and put a new one on then explain to my parents that they leaked.
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    I immediately saw it as a mean thing. Everyone is entitled to their opinion.
    Need to relax.

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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    Need to relax.

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    Too uptight for my own good. That's not going to change any time soon.
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    Too uptight for my own good. That's not going to change any time soon.
    I would offer sound advice but it's against TSR rules

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    (Original post by Law-Hopeful)
    Mean but :lol:


    Wtf? Was there any need for that?
    Why was the reaction to the first comment you quoting mean but funny, but the second comment a no go?

    Why the double standard?
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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    I would offer sound advice but it's against TSR rules

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    Hahahaha! I got what you were hinting at, don't worry.
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    Are you receiving treatment for your condition?
    Thanks for a decent question. Yes, I go to a special clinic about once a month to check my progress. Their are several different treatments and its really trial and error. For ages I had an alarm that would seance when I started to wee and would then go off. I used this for about 6 months but it didn't work, I would rearly wake up. I did also try the drug Desmopressin. This did stop accidents for a while bit the side effects were bad on me and its not really a long term fix.
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    (Original post by ConnorRed)
    No my mother does not still change me. Neither do I wear pampers pull ups. I wear huggies drynites that I put on and take of myself.
    Were you in bed when you started this thread and are you wearing them now?
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    (Original post by RedArrow)
    Just want to say the avatar is not fat as you are
    How do you know she is fat?
 
 
 
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