The economy is rough now-a-days and even Adrian Surley is not immune to it.

If you have followed my blog long enough you may know that I lost my job a while back. I use to be an engineer but where I worked recently laid off a bunch of people. Lucky me! Anyways, it has allowed me to try and refresh myself while I look for another job.

But, in the meantime I have been able to get a part-time job…nothing glamorous but it will hopefully suffice a little. I was able to get a position at a local pet clinic helping to run the place. It is kind of nice because I love pets and it is low stress. Not what I am use to. But, it has good hours and should suffice for a little while. We are possibly thinking about moving! That is a secret for now where we are thinking about moving to but it most likely will happen in the next 6 months…so that is sort of exciting.

Adrian Diaper DressI must say though – working with cozy and fluffy pets while wearing diapers…there is nothing more innocent I guess than that! Right now we have a lot of stray cats because people bring them in because they find them and don’t want them freezing to death outside. So, its sort of fun to nurse many of them back to health and watch them go on to new owners.

One positive is that I get to wear scrubs which fit perfectly and comfortably over my diapers. I can wear a Bambino with a booster pad and not worry about a thing. I mainly work alone or with one other person and in the short time I have worked there the topic has inevitably come up between her and I. It was inevitable. The crinkle and working together to wash dogs, leaning over, etc – well, it was just a matter of time. But, she didn’t care at all. I have told hundreds of people in my lifetime but to this day I still always get a “tiny” bit nervous how people will respond, particularly people that seem nice and I could see myself becoming friends with. I want them to accept it. She did and thought it was kind of neat – I will quote her:

I bet they are sort of puffy and comfy, I could see that being kind of comfortable in all honesty. You got me curious that is for sure.

So, that was kind of nice to get out of the way in the first 2 weeks. I have been working there now for about 2 months off and on. They are starting to give me more hours so I am happy with that.

Anyways, that is an update on my life – nothing too exciting – don’t judge me…I know your probably thinking what is an engineer doing working in a pet clinic. Sometimes life throws barriers at us – we just jump over them and try to keep moving.

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  1. Jason March 2, 2014 at 4:58 pm - Reply

    I wear diapers while I work. We do have a toilet, but because I’m so busy with what I do, I can’t always stop what I’m doing to pee.

  2. baby32 March 2, 2014 at 5:06 pm - Reply

    I don’t wear my diapers at work, but I commend people that do:)

  3. Bambino March 2, 2014 at 6:07 pm - Reply

    You just moved Adrian.:) however, congrats on your part time job. While some may judge a person with the work they do, I don’t. A person should not be valued on the type of job they hold but rather the quality of there work ethic and the person they are

    • Jason March 2, 2014 at 6:17 pm - Reply

      I couldn’t agree more. I’ve been working at Jersey Mikes Subs since September, and I’m still at it. I hope to continue working there for some time. I wear diapers to work, not because I don’t know where the restroom is, or that there are none, but because I’m busy with what I do, and I can’t just stop what I’m doing every time I need to pee. 🙂

  4. Jen March 2, 2014 at 7:12 pm - Reply

    Pet clinic? How lucky are you? 🙂 I woulf love to take on a position working with animals.

  5. Mike S March 2, 2014 at 11:35 pm - Reply

    I wish I could wear diapers in my work setting, but the distraction and attention would be too great. I am resigned to wear in a discreet and private manner for now, but commend those of you that are opening up new frontiers for us by educating the non ABDL world about our needs and interests – rock on Adrian.

  6. CD March 3, 2014 at 12:15 am - Reply

    I wear to work when I am in the office (which is less than 10% of the year), but it’s mainly depend underwear to manage leaks. However, on my last visit, I was dressed and ready to go in to work when I had an anxiety attack. What if someone saw? What if they heard a crinkle? What would they say? I broke into a sweat so bad I had to change my shirt. I had a 2 hour course to deliver that day so I took a Valium and went to the office. Needless to say, no one noticed all week but now that I wear 24/7 due to incontinence I do sometimes get nervous.

    Take care,

  7. diaperman March 4, 2014 at 4:59 pm - Reply

    I love this picture– You look really cute! I sure wish we could see your face!!!

  8. kasey March 5, 2014 at 11:51 am - Reply

    Adrian – i’m curious – do you actually say to people (like your co-worker at the pet clinic) that you wear “diapers” or do you use a more clinical terms like ‘briefs’ or ‘protection’?
    Thank you for keeping us updated – fun to read.

    • Adrian Surley March 5, 2014 at 5:40 pm - Reply

      I usually use the word diapers…I rarely here anybody use the term brief. I have used the word protection before. But, I have used them long enough that the word ‘diaper’ doesn’t really scare me, I guess.

      • ericklydiaperman2 June 7, 2014 at 8:14 pm - Reply

        It doesn’t scare me to say the word “Diaper”

      • ericklydiaperman2 June 7, 2014 at 8:16 pm - Reply

        Adrian, you look sooooo cute in that pink diaper!!!!!

      • Jason June 7, 2014 at 10:23 pm - Reply

        I agree. Why should it scare anyone to use the word “diaper”? It doesn’t scare me to use it, or to hear it said. “I’m wearing an adult diaper.” There, I said it. 🙂

        • A.J. June 8, 2014 at 12:28 am - Reply

          Same here.

          • Jason June 8, 2014 at 1:19 am

            Yeah. I’ve never understood why when you see boxes or packages of adult diapers, it doesn’t say “diapers” on the front of the packaging, or even “adult diapers.” They always call them “briefs.” Maybe there are people who would be embarrassed to be wearing diapers. But so what? They are what they are, might as well call them what they are.

    • Jason March 5, 2014 at 6:38 pm - Reply

      I wear diapers to work, but I don’t tell my co-workers that I’m wearing. I probably could, and they’d probably understand and accept the reasons without giving me grief about it. But I choose not to tell, because they could easily give me grief about it.

  9. Janis March 7, 2014 at 9:18 am - Reply

    Nice, I hope we can look forward to seeing pictures with a diaper bulge beneath your scrubs. Does the Bambino and booster pad get you through the day?

  10. A.J. March 26, 2014 at 1:44 pm - Reply

    I told my co-workers that I wore diapers and at first they were giving me grief but once I explained the situation they were cool with it.

    • Jason June 8, 2014 at 1:23 am - Reply

      That’s good to hear. Once they know why you’re wearing, then they’re usually ok with it. Without knowledge or an explanation as to why, they assume that diapers are for babies, the mentally retarded, the elderly, the physically disabled. Most people have never heard of an able-bodied adult wearing diapers, unless one is an astronaut, etc.

  11. tehse7en December 16, 2015 at 11:00 am - Reply

    Good for you! Glad people are positive about it. I had a really bad experience in college: my diaper wearing got out to the public, and by public I mean my fraternity, my girlfriend, her sorority, friends, family, etc. It impacted me immensely and not in a good way. I’m glad you are able to tell people and like your co-workers response, have a positive effect.

    Question: when you have to mess during the day, do you simply change in the restroom? Or.. does it ever become awkward? Smell? People hear it? Sorry, just wondering!

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