MemberFebruary 14, 2021 at 12:21 pm
What words were used when you were caught with dirty pants as a child? Obviously the likes of “messed pants”, “pooed yourself”, “skidmarks” (or “skid marks”?), “accident” or “you’ve done it in your pants”. I also remember being asked “When are you going to learn to wipe your bottom properly”. I never did answer that!
Which of these do you remember, or what other words or phrases?
MemberFebruary 16, 2021 at 6:54 am
When I was very young my mum would check me by either patting my bum, or bending down behind me and sniffing. As I got older, when she smelt me she would say ‘have you pooed your pants?’ or sometimes ‘have you filled your pants?’ with a disapproving tone in her voice. Sometimes she would be a bit more discreet about it and ask me if I needed some clean pants. Sometimes she would be cross about it and say something like ‘I know what you’ve done you know, I can smell you’ or ‘we’ve all smelt you’ (meaning mum and my sisters).
Whenever I pooed my pants and I smelt there would always be a reaction but because I soiled my pants regularly she didn’t always say anything on discovering a dirty pair retrospectively, it was just the norm, but sometimes if she discovered a pair that I had hidden in my room because I was ashamed about the extent of the soiling she would brandish them at me with the stain showing and say ‘look at this mess, you want a nappy on’ or ‘this shouldn’t be happening at your age’, something like that.
MemberFebruary 16, 2021 at 12:06 pm
I can’t say that I was strongly scolded as a child for traces of poop on my panties. Sometimes my mother would make comments and remind me not to forget to wipe my ass whenever possible. In addition, my mother insisted that I change my panties daily and wash my pussy and ass.
MemberFebruary 16, 2021 at 5:59 pm
Haha, great topic… I definitely got in trouble alot as a child for this, because I’d poop my pants on purpose up until about age 5. If I could get away with it, and often I did somehow, I’d poop my pants once, take a nap or play alone for an extended period of time, and then poop those same pants again, which the second time obviously lead to me being caught. I would only poop my pants if I was wearing blue jeans, because it was less noticeable, but if I had one particular big poop or double loaded my poor little girl jeans, I’d be in a situation where the poop was so much that it breached the top of my jeans and get on the bottom of whatever shirt I had.
Needless to say, the incidents were not pleasant to clean up. This wasn’t a sagging log in the bottom of some undies that could be plopped out in the toilet and the child bottom be cleaned with a swoop of a washcloth. Much like adult me, I had a spectacular metabolism, ate alot as a growing child, and had big healthy consistent bowel movements. Finding four year old me with heavily pooped pants typically meant having to deal with cleaning up jeans that have been seeped through and possibly stained on the bottom, my bottom being completely caked in poop, and sagging poop filled undies completly ruined and heavily stained brown all the way up to the waistband. I usually required a bath because it was so bad.
Because I was 4 years old and “knew better”, I was heavily shamed through the whole cleanup process. My parents would audibly make gross noises while cleaning me up, indicating their disgust. I don’t know why they chose pigs of all animals, but I would be told that it’s not lady like to poop my pants and asked if I wanted to be a little pig instead of a little girl,hahaha.
So little pig girl were my parents words when scolding me.
MemberFebruary 17, 2021 at 1:19 am
I’ve thought of a couple more. “Did you go to the toilet in your pants?” and “Bend over, I need to check your pants”, both of which were particularly embarrassing in front of other kids in the care home. I don’t remember how old I was, but I went there at age 11.
MemberFebruary 17, 2021 at 3:03 am
great topic 🙂
i’m horny reading it :p
MemberFebruary 20, 2021 at 12:10 am
It was always “mess your pants”. Did you mess your pants? Or I remember whispering I messed my pants”
I also remover replying no even thought I had a big steaming pile in y pants
MemberFebruary 20, 2021 at 2:18 am
As I was in a care home, there were many carers over the years and some had different ways of dealing with soiling and wetting. One used to say “Are you sure you don’t need the toilet? If you go in your pants, there will be trouble.”
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