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Always Read Warning Signs Part 1 to 3 – My ABDL Life

Always Read Warning Signs Part 1 to 3

Always Read Warning Signs Part 1Well, Argi was in need of a change, and lucky for him there was an automated changing station near by! He didn’t bother reading the sign though and hopped right up on top of it! His padding squished squelched and leaked and the machine detected a very very wet diaper. It slammed shut, smooshing the poor coon in a very uncomfortable position before sucking him away down a dark, cramped tube…

Raccoon: Not_original77

Draw by: tato

Source: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/16589268/

Always Read Warning Signs Part 2Argi eventually got spit out of the tube onto a conveyor belt. Dozens of tubes were spitting out some very soaked diapers around the poor raccoon. The dizzy and disoriented guy tried to roll off the conveyor, find some way out, but it was too late. He tumbled over the edge into a pit filled with soggy pamps. That’s when he heard the sound, a rumbling of gears and he felt a pressure build all around him. He struggled to get out of the pit, but it was in vain! before long he was smooshed in the middle of a block of diapers, sealed up nice and tight, ready to be shipped away.

Raccoon: Not_original77

Draw by: tato

Source: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/16589324/

Always Read Warning Signs Part 3Argi’s little bundle of diapers was stacked up with many many similar bundles in the back of a truck. After what felt like hours the truck pulled around the back of a very intimidating looking factory, specifically, a diaper factory. It dumped it’s load down a chute where all the bags were cut open! Argi almost escaped, but the sides of the chute were too steep and he plopped into a vat with all the other diapers.

the strange vat churned and mixed, the poor coon getting dizzy and tired as chemicals were sprayed to break down and clean the diapers. Argi couldn’t even fight as he felt himself pulled down into the massive vat of fluff and squished into a little diaper core.

he was soon wrapped up and folded up into a nice thick pamper, packed away and ready to ship to the stores!

Raccoon: Not_original77

Draw by: tato

Source: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/16589390/

Yes this three photos really show that you should always read the warning signs before you use a product. They are there for a reason to warn you to dont use the machine when it is broken and need to be fix.

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