“Some people like diapers, for various reasons.  Some of us like thick diapers.  Some of us like them ridiculously-thick. . .”

What makes a diaper ridiculous, rather than merely obvious or embarrassing?  A dictionary definition sums it up perfectly:

ri·dic·u·lous- deserving or inviting derision or mockery; absurd

The first step is “Exposed/Visible Diaper”.
To a novice diaper-exhibitionist, letting a diaper’s waistband poke out while in public–or wearing a thick diaper that stretches your pants tight–can be a mind-blowing thrill.  The fear of embarrassment- that someone might look a them and know that they are wearing a !!DIAPER!!.  At the same time, the thrill of exposure, the comfort of being padded . . .
But if someone actually does notice the diaper, they’ll just see a person who happens to wear diapers.  Probably incontinent, or maybe one of those “diaper-fetishists”, lol!  Yes, they might stare/giggle/tweet.  But you are just someone wearing a diaper.  No big deal really.

The next step is “Thick Diapers”.
You start wearing thick, layered diapers in public places- covered by clothing but obvious nonetheless.  Even at this stage, you are fairly anonymous.  Over-sized baggy pants and a bulky jacket will assure that 99% of observers wont see anything, and the 99% of the rest will vaguely notice that your are sorta pear-shaped, then forget about you.  Maybe one in a thousand might deduce that you are wearing an unusually thick diaper.  And of those “one in a thousand” who noticed that you were diapered, I’m pretty sure 99% of them were diaper-freaks like you & me.  So no worries, you’re weird, but you pass as a normal-ish person in modern society. . .

Or you start wearing “Adult-Baby Printed Diapers”.  If your diaper happens to peek out, it’s pretty much the same story as above- 99% of observers wont see anything, and the 99% of the rest will vaguely notice that there was some sort of print, then forget about you.  Maybe one in a thousand might deduce that you are wearing a printed diaper.  And of those “one in a thousand” who noticed that you were wearing AB diapers, I’m pretty sure 99% of them were diaper-freaks like you & me.

Frankly,“Thick Diapers and/or “Adult-Baby Printed Diapers” is as far down the road of public exposure as you can go without potentially being a complete asshole.  It is 100% Not-OK to inflict your fetish on innocent bystanders.  Pursue your kink in private- don’t force it on others.

Finally, “Ridiculously-Thick Diapers”.  

“Ridiculously-Thick Diapers” means you are begging for humiliation.  The size & obvious-ness of your diaper makes it clear that you are a freak who gets off on being exposed.  You aren’t just wearing diapers- you’re  a diaper-obsessed whore.  If you’re respectful of “innocent bystanders” you record your exposures in places where you have a reasonable expectation of anonymity, or you share your exposures in appropriately kinky or anonymous venues.

Wearing a properly “Ridiculous” diaper deserves mockery and derision.  Not only are you a diaper-wearing freak, but you are demonstrating your compulsion to advertise that fact.  Even if you try to be private, you risk the chance of a normal person seeing you.  And so you accept their right to judge you.

Obviously, a”Ridiculous” diaper invites humiliation too.  Exposure is not just what you deserve- it’s what you actively seek.  It’s one thing to be randomly exposed- it’s another thing entirely to beg to be exposed & degraded.

You can’t mistake a”Ridiculous” diaper for anything else.  The wearer isn’t innocently incontinent, or even someone who privately wears diapers for fun.  Functionally , a “Ridiculous” diaper is absurd- you can’t walk normally, you can’t fit any of your street clothes on top, and you can’t realistically ever soak it to full capacity.  The only reason to wear such a diaper is to scream out “Look at my huge diaper!”, “Look how pathetic I am!”, “Mock me, laugh at my thick diaper, deride my obsession with diapers!” .

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