2017

The new year is shaping up to be very hectic. Time is already very rare as it is, and this year it’s going to be even harder to find. I’m taking modules that I despise, was drawn into a CCA that keeps leeching off my skills and has now thrust me into a key position that I don’t want, and my roommate now does not have a structured schedule as he is back from his industrial attachment, meaning lesser diaper time for me.

I think it is the last one that is threatening to overwhelm me. Because I really want to be able to spend time writing diaper stories. I didn’t expect my involvement in my cca to really take up so much time and energy. I made a very very bad mistake. They just squeeze me dry, by saying that that no one else knows how to do it (for free), but keep overloading me with other tasks.

I mean, I really want to work on my ABDL writing. The only piece of writing I managed to publish last year, at the expense of my exams unfortunately, was a seriously panned piece that I sent for the ABDL Story Forum competition. I got 5 votes. My book is stalled, my short story compilation is stalled, and the idea I had for an ABDL cartoon has also not left the sketchbook. They told me not to join that CCA. But I did (for a reason that I can’t write here cos it will identify a certain aspect of me).

So how did I spend my New Year? I welcomed 2017 from bed, sick from a very high fever and splitting headache. I’m not sure if it is a metaphor for what’s in store for me this year. On the love front, I’m keeping fingers crossed that, as prophesied by my aunt, this is the year I get attached. An ABDL girl would be good and not likely, but she having an open mind is crucial.

I’m sitting here at the National Library writing this post for tonight, having skipped a committee outing because I don’t feel like it. I woke up late this morning, in a dry diaper, realising I had an hour to get to the workshop being conducted here. I just rolled around because I didn’t want to make off my dry diaper.

But, I didn’t want to be barred from attending future courses, so I grabbed an Uber, and I reached on-the-dot. Still wearing my night-me diaper. It’s the first time I was attending a class wearing a plastic-backed diaper, and I’m really happy that it didn’t make a sound. Although it did start bulging a little later on, I managed to pull my shirt over to hide it.

I think the first months of 2017 will be spent questioning my identity, whether I will continue to be a Singapore resident, whether I want to be an engineer, whether I really want an ABDL girl as a soulmate (or should I settle for a vanilla lady), and whether I should take a more religious stance to life, whether I should follow my father’s or mother’s culture, and other whethers. But one thing that I do want to do is to contribute more to local charity, as well as the ABDL production scene.

– Selv

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Back Home!

Hi guys, I promised that Ill be back on the 7th, but I’ve been extremely busy for these past few days. As the school vacations have started, I’ve had to clear out of my school Hall, and I’ve been very busy looking for a job to occupy myself, as well as to get some pocket money.

I aim to finish my book by the end of this month, and then I’ll be starting on a secret project. All I’ll say now is that graphics technology has finally caught up with the home consumer…

In the meantime, I’ll continue to blog as per usual – twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and I hope to continue with my pending diaper reviews. My Tumblr short stories series has been on hold, and will continue to be on hold at least till I publish my book.

I also aim to make my saturday posts more engaging, so if there is any topic that you’d like me to write about, do drop a note. Or you could drop a note just to say hi!

– Selv

Additions To My Blog

Hi guys and girls,

I’ve been adding a few things to the site, thought I’d put them in a post in case you’ve missed some of them.

I’ve added 2 Diaper Reviews, Dr. P Basic and Certainty. The Certainty review doesn’t have pictures because I seem to have misplaced them, so I’ve altered my usual template.

I’ve also added a new section, which I’m calling Semi-articles. It is a collection of some of my blog posts which I feel that ABDLs will be interested in, for easy reading. A gentle reminder that while I’ve done my due research, the opinions contained within these posts are mine and do not necessarily reflect other people’s views.

I’ve added a few blogs to my list in the Useful Links. Do take a look at their blogs!

I’ve updated my Tumblr Short Stories. It is growing very slowly.

It’s a small site, with a small readership. But I feel that it is worth the effort. Thank you for reading my thoughts.

– Selv

The Fleet Enema

(Messy discussion ahead)

Bowel Movements are just as important as eating. Sometimes a person may not have proper Bowel Movements (BMs) due to various reasons. Diet, hydration, sickness, certain medications all can affect one’s daily dookie. Diarrhoea is the common unusual BM, while Constipation is the other. To relieve constipation one simply has to drink more water and eat more fibre. But when the situation deteriorates to further to make one’s bowels impassable, that is when external stimuli is needed. There are several ways to make the body excrete. There are oral laxatives, and I strongly emphasise here that, as with any medication, all oral laxatives should be prescribed. There is the belly-rubbing method, but this usually works only with young children.

There are also other methods to relieve constipation through rectal administration, namely suppositories and enemas. Suppositories are small tablets that are inserted into the anus. These are usually used in babies/small children and the bedridden. An enema is a process of introducing liquids into the rectum via the anus, and is used in bigger children and adults. Enemas can be carried out for 2 reasons. One is for bowel cleansing before a surgical operation, the other is to relieve occasional constipation. There are 2 types of enemas, one is the kit enema, which is re-usable. The other type is the commercially available one-use product, the most common of which is the Fleet brand of enemas. Some people prefer the kit enema. It is a bag which you fill up with water, before administering it. But some others prefer Fleet, for it is one time use and disposable.

The Fleet Enema is an enema which is a bulking agent. It works by way of drawing in liquids into the rectum and the increases in volume of matter in it. The liquid solution makes its way up into the lower large intestine, and loosens things up along the way. It then acts as a ‘lubricant’ of sorts when the bowel movement starts.

The benefit of using the Fleet Enema is that it is more effective than a simple kit enema. Lesser liquid is inserted in, causing less discomfort, and the job still gets done.

However, there are quite a few issues with using Fleet. One is that you cannot use Fleet regularly. The instructions clearly say this. They warn that you could get ‘addicted’ or ‘dependant’ on such enemas. Or worse, you could suffer from Barium poisoning and dehydration. The user is advised not to hold back their bowel movement for more than 5 minutes, or these effects might kick in. As such, you can see the issues that might occur if a healthy person with no constipation whatsoever. decides to do some ‘bowel cleansing’. They might get sick. I got sick.

Admittedly, you only see Fleet being prescribed in more serious situations, such as in the case of the elderly, or the blocked-up child who just got potty-trained, but is scared to bits of the toilet. Interestingly, several paediatricians postulate that most forms of childhood bedwetting and incontinence stem from a child having a blocked colon. They propose that the blockage affects the nerves which relay signals to the brain, thus the child wets/poops themselves. And many of them prescribe enemas to address this. Inadvertently, if Miralax fails, then Fleet is tried next. Sadly (for me but not the parent), they poop in the toilet.

Messing a enema into a diaper is an experience, for you get to do it in the comfort of your preferred area. You would be ‘going’ for about half an hour, and it helps to be padded instead of having to run to the toilet every 10 mins and sitting in the cold. However my experience is limited to Fleet, and I’ve heard horror stories of kit enemas with their bag full of water being emptied. My preferred diaper would be the Tena Slip Super, as they are very absorbent and lap up the liquid as soon as possible. The Tena Value does an ‘okay’ job, but because it is rather loose, I feel a little insecure.

On a separate note, WordPress counters tell me that it has been exactly one year since I set up my little blog! I wish to thank you guys for your support. And my present? My second ever comment on my blog! 

Life has been a little unforgiving, but I am able to blog regularly. I just want to say my thanks to you guys for your support.

– Selv

Happy New Year

Hi guys,

I haven’t got much today, just wanted to drop a note saying that I’m still around.

2014 was a somewhat good year for my DL life, it was the only year apart from 2009 in which I didn’t get caught wearing diapers by my parents. Hope this trend sticks.

It was also the year in which my writing came out in full force. I had been writing ABDL stories ever since I was in secondary school, though I didn’t know what the genre was back then. But 2014 was the year in which I started a blog. My thoughts finally had a place of their own and while my presence over at ADISC continues to increase, I feel that being able to operate without restrictions has let me speak out on topics which are important to me. Especially Singapore-related topics.

My Serious Reflection series will continue, and this time I plan to have at the very least one a month. I’ll try my best to stick to the posting schedule with posts up my Saturday, 11.30pm latest, and I’ll try, but no promises for Tuesday posts. Trivia: according to WordPress Stats, the most read post was ‘How to Keep A Child In Diapers Part 2’.

On a side note, Chapter 7 of You Didn’t See Anything, Charissa is now available to read in the ADISC Stories section.

In real life, I’ve gotten a little busier now. I’ve gotten a 9-5 temporary job with a comfortable pay, at least till Uni starts. I’m getting new pet mice next week. And not to mention getting fit and studying at the same time.

Inevitably in 2015 I’d spend less time diapered, but I will still devote a chunk of my free time to ABDL writing.

Wish you guys a very Happy New Year

-Selv