I decided I wanted to write my second ABDL story. This one’s going to be a little darker in nature, but it will have its bright moments. I wanted to try something different and throw in some deeper stuff, even if you don’t pick it up the first time reading the story.
I was inspired to write this story by a certain movie, but I won’t say here in order to prevent spoiling my story for anyone. Basically, if you think this is going to be a cliche ABDL story, you’re looking at it too shallowly and will be proven wrong if/when I ever finish it. I’m not the world’s best writer, but I have some interesting plot pieces planned out.
That being said, I’m also an engineering student that doesn’t have a lot of free time. I will definitely try to update it as much as possible.
So, without further ado, I give you, “Freak Show.”
Josh woke up with a start. Heart pounding, he slowly became conscious of his surroundings as he sat up. Just enough light poured in around the edges of the window blinds to dimly illuminate what he realized was his bedroom. Looking at his alarm clock, he saw that it was 5:32. Thinking he still had time to sleep, Josh laid back down before he took a double take at his clock. The PM light was on, it was 5:32 PM.
“That’s weird,” Josh thought. “How did I sleep in this late? When did I go to bed?” Come to think about it, he didn’t remember going to bed the night before. In fact, he couldn’t even remember the last couple days, his whole memory was lost in hazing confusion. The last thing he remembered was the last day of school before Thanksgiving break. However, he knew that was not yesterday. He couldn’t figure out how he knew this; he just knew that was at least a few days ago. There was a gap in his conscious timeline, but it was not empty. Where memories would usually reside was an immense sense of sadness and pain, as if someone hurt him. This pain was not physical, however, he had no cuts or bruises. This pain came from deep within, throbbing from the hurt. It was as if someone had betrayed him, but again, he could not remember who or how it was done.
Sitting back up, Josh ran his hands through his hair, gently massaging his head as if it would help him remember the past few days. He knew he hadn’t just drunk too much. He was not the partying type. He reached for his phone to find that he had no new texts or missed calls. He also noticed that it was Wednesday, November 22nd, 2012. The last day of classes was on Friday, the 16th. What happened during those last two days? The more he tried to remember, the worse he felt.
Josh gave up on his memory and proceeded to walk over to his closet. Whenever he felt down, he had a secret emotional safe place to go to. It wasn’t the location that comforted him, however, it was the objects that hid in his closet. He moved a couple boxes to the side and reached for the furthest one and set it on his bed.
Upon opening the box, he was greeted by the smell of baby powder. Josh started taking objects out of the box, including pacifiers, a baby bottle, and wipes, until he finally got to what he was really looking for: a bag of disposable adult diapers.
Yes, those are very odd things to find in a nineteen-year-old college student’s closet, but the truth was that for some crazy reason, Josh loved wearing diapers and using other baby items. It made him feel safe, secure, and beyond all, loved. But something was wrong today. As he grabbed a diaper out of the almost-full bag, he didn’t feel any of the usual emotions. Where warm, happy thoughts usually enter, cold, sharp feelings busted down the proverbial door and evicted any remaining comfort.
“What’s wrong with me today?” Josh said, staring at the disposable garment. “Could this be the reason I feel like this? Did my secret get out?” He started to fear the worst. Only his closest of friends knew about his secret little hobby, but betrayal wasn’t impossible. Quickly, Josh walked over to his laptop and logged onto facebook. Surely if word got out, there would be signs of it on there.
Ten minutes passed. Josh hadn’t found any sign of his secret being let out, nor any clue for what happened to him in the past few days. An odd mixture of relief and defeat came over him. He was just about to close his browser when he heard the unmistakable pop of the facebook messenger. It was from his friend, Rebecca Ames.
“JOSHUA MARLOW! We’ve been living in the same city for almost three months now, and we still haven’t met up yet!” She said. Josh had met Rebecca over the internet over a year ago on a video chat site. Josh thought it would be fun to tell a complete stranger who he would never see again about his desire to wear diapers and be treated like a baby. To his surprise, she was intrigued by the idea. They added each other on Skype and started video chatting on a regular basis. Rebecca even started to baby talk to him from time to time and the fact that she was six years older than him made him enjoy it even more.
A few months ago, Rebecca moved to the city where Josh went to college. She had gotten a job there doing… well, Josh didn’t really know what she did. Whenever he tried to get more information about her work or anything really personal, she changed the subject to him and his little side. He liked their online relationship, but the fact that she now lived near him made him slightly uncomfortable. Without a doubt, he wanted to meet her in person, but there was just something that told him it was a bad idea.
“Yeah,” he typed. “I’ve been really busy with school. We definitely need to meet up sometime, though.”
“Oh, you and your school.” Rebecca responded. “Did you go back home for Thanksgiving this year?”
“No. My parents are actually in Europe right now, so I decided to stay at the apartment over the break. My roommates went home, so I have the place to myself.”
“Awww. Wittle Joshy’s all by himself for Thanksgiving? That’s no fun! You should come over to my place! We can finally meet. I’ll even baby you the whole time!”
As Josh read her last message, a chill went down his spine. He’d always wanted to be babied and he really had nothing to do, but with his current emotional state, he was not quite in the mood for it.
“Thanks for the offer,” he replied, “But I’m not sure if I’m ready for that yet. I’m feeling a little off today.”
“Oh, I see how it is. You love to play around on the internet, but when a lady wants to actually meet you in person, you blow her off. Not cool, Josh.”
“No, it’s not that, Rebecca. It’s just that…. idk…”
“Oh, I see. You’re not sure if you’re ready to do the baby thing yet? That’s understandable. Tell you what, why don’t you still come over. You can leave whenever you want. I won’t hold you hostage or anything like that. You don’t have to bring any of your baby stuff with you if you don’t want to, but the offer still stands in case you change your mind. You can also stay as long as you want, I’d love to have the company. :)”
Josh took a minute to read the lengthy message and started contemplating visiting her. What else was he going to do, anyways? He might as well go over there and try to get his mind off of things. Who knows, he might really enjoy himself with her.
“Okay, I’m coming over. I still have your address from when you first moved in. I’ll be there in about 30 minutes.” Josh sent the message, closed his laptop, and headed for the door. When he got to the door, he stopped and looked back at the box of his baby gear.
“What’s the harm in just bringing it?” he thought. “I may want to do it later. If I get a bad vibe, I’ll just keep it in the car. What’s the worst that can happen?” Josh put everything back in the box, carried it down to his car, and drove away.