15 stone babies C4

(217 Posts)
difficultpickle Thu 13-Dec-12 22:10:52

One minute I was watching Jamie and Jimmy and next minute this is on. I'm rather shock

SoleSource Fri 14-Dec-12 14:12:13

Have you been out with your measuring tape Sparkles lol

RavenVonChaos Fri 14-Dec-12 14:22:27

I quite liked Derek to be honest. Seemed very down to earth and normal. Poor lad was obviously gonna get a beating from parents if he had a wet bed....so protected himself as a child by wearing nappies. If thats the worst thing he does in his life, its fine with me.

You might see R Derek on the shopping channels selling pop up sex dungeons

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Dec-12 14:53:24

There's too much clutter in our shed I think Sole. You may graze your bum on the barbecue grill or the Go Kart wheels. sad

SoleSource Fri 14-Dec-12 15:38:18

Lol Sparklers! I was looking forward to your shed of shame too grin

pigletmania Fri 14-Dec-12 15:38:20

Omg tats fine iif you wAnt to be a baby no children are being hurt, it's probably a form of escapism. It's much safer than drugs and drinking to excess, but the whole nappy changing thing takes it to another level. Kats 'daddy' does not sound right, e wants her to act younger, there must be some paedophiles tendencies there

SoleSource Fri 14-Dec-12 15:39:32

I agree piglet shock

meddie Fri 14-Dec-12 15:54:57

The talc man was disturbing. Justin was just plain creepy.
I suppose the nappy thing is a total loss of any adult responsibility at all and relying on someone to provide to all your needs unconditionally.
All of them seemed to have childhoods lacking in love and security and this is obviously their way of filling a need in their life.
Only charging 30 quid an hour though? I would have thought catering to very specific needs like that would have commanded a higher price.

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Dec-12 16:42:20

I don't mind what people do as long as it doesn't harm anybody else but there is no excuse for appearing on a TV documentary about it is there? That's my problem with it all.

SoleSource Fri 14-Dec-12 16:53:17

The talc man lol

GimmeIrnBru Sat 15-Dec-12 17:16:15

Watched this on 4oD last night - very surreal!!

I can see the logic as to why many would choose this type of regression. It's a way for those in highly stressful jobs to just let go and let someone else just take responsibility for a while, so they can be 'carefree' again.....

Sparklingbrook Sat 15-Dec-12 17:44:59

Yes Gimme but we didn't need to know all about it. grin

OneMoreGo Sat 15-Dec-12 18:08:58

Just watched this on 4oD, I actually thought Derek was quite sweet and kind. Ditto the dressmaker, and Kat. Not sure about Derek's wife, and Kat's BF Justin made me shout 'Leave him!' loudly at the screen. Sooooo creepy and controlling. The vibe between Derek and his wife was at least much more equal. Whereas Kat's boyfriend would be a creepy controlling knobber whichever fetish he was into. Eughhh. I hope they have split up by now!

ChippingInLovesChristmasLights Sat 15-Dec-12 18:09:27

We watched this the other night too - there was a lot of 'Oh my god', 'That's weird' 'Fucking hell' type stuff going on!! But then, it just started to make me feel so sad - I doubt anyone regresses for the sheer fun of it sad Kat in particular seemed to have had a terrible childhood. The only one I didn't feel sorry for was her boyfriend/daddy - who just seemed like a weird controlling nasty bastard to me.

I'm happy to be proven wrong, but I doubt that anyone who does this had a good childhood. They may well be in highly stressful jobs now & choose this as a way to let go and let someone else take responsibility - but I think people who had at least an 'ok' childhood would do more mainstream things to 'let go' (running/cycling/drinking/shopping/squash - whatever)

Very sad really (IMO).

GimmeIrnBru Sat 15-Dec-12 18:29:44

DH said he 'wasn't watching that sh*t', and I wish I hadn't watched it. I've now just wasted 1hr of my life sad

Do agree with the majority though about Kat's boyfriend/'daddy'. What an odd pair. I honestly thought I'd just about seen it all....but no!

BendyBobsBrusselsSprouts Sat 15-Dec-12 18:33:16

One thing alwayys crosses my mind when I see things like this...how how do they go in to work the next day and carry on as usual??confused

GimmeIrnBru Sat 15-Dec-12 18:44:59

Bendy - wear a wig, perhaps? Who knows!

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