WARNING: Gaming diaper required!?


Hardcore gamers strategy to stay staring at the screen non-stop: Gaming Diapers. Seriously.

Video games have become so real that many teenagers and game-loving adults are mentally taken to another world, apparently a world without bathroom breaks, yet where frightening things, such as life-like (or perhaps more living-dead-like) zombies pop out of nowhere, which can literally scare the $#!% out of you. Therefore, the need for fecal containment systems, aka: adult diapers.

What seems like a virtual-joke is actual-reality.

Game developer, Red Barrels, an independent game studio located in Montreal, Canada is taking on the battle of bladder leakage, now advertising a real gaming diaper, named Underscares as a companion to a chilling sequel of their popular game Outlast


"Because when you're scared, #2 can become problem #1." Outlast 2 marketing

“Underscares are 100 percent real and inspired by the Outlast community,” the Kickstarter page states. “In partnership with local designers, we developed a diaper prototype that combines practicality, comfort and style so gamers can experience abject terror without worrying about dirtying their egos (or their couches).” (1)

Parents React

Parents are stunned by their child's game-related urge incontinence and gaming/internet addiction, reacting with equally extreme efforts by sending their young gamers to controversial rehab treatment. The Daxing Center in China is one of the first Boot Camps to conduct studies aimed to detox addicts of such gripping games. 

China's Web Junkies: Internet Addiction Documentary
“Our study shows that people who spend more than six hours on the internet for something other than work or study are most likely to become addicted to the internet. Some kids are so hooked on these games they think that taking a bathroom break will affect their performance at these games. So they wear a diaper. That’s why we call it electronic heroin.” - Tao Ran, Addiction specialist. Director of Daxing Center. (2) 

Statistics and Suggestions

National Institute of Media and the Family conducted a study in 2009 that found nearly 9 percent of Americans between the ages of 8 and 18 are addicted to video games. But the Entertainment Software Association says "Like all forms of entertainment, computer and video games should be a part of a well-rounded lifestyle that includes healthy eating and exercise." (3) 

Dr. Mark Griffiths, a professor at Nottingham Trent University, studies behavioral addictions in the School of Social Sciences. He says Internet addiction has five key criteria:

  1. Salience: The Internet becomes the most important activity in the person's life, affecting feelings, behaviors and thoughts.

  2. Mood modification: The person receives an emotional "buzz" from using the Internet.

  3. Tolerance: The person becomes acclimatized, requiring increasing amounts of Internet time to get that "buzz."

  4. Withdrawal symptoms: Abruptly ceasing Internet activity can cause the personal emotional or physical distress.

  5. Relapse: The addict tends to fall back into the same behavior very easily, even after years of abstinence or control. (4) 


Natures-Call of Duty

Whether you are a serious gamer avoiding Natures-Call of Duty or a non-gamer simply controlling stress incontinence to live life in reality, CapitalMedicalSupply.ca does not discriminate. Briefs with tabs make it easy to change without getting out of bed, or Male guards can be used with close fitting underwear to provide real protection. While we do not carry gimmicky game-diapers to save your virtual butt, CapitalMedicalSupply.ca does have all the trusted brands with real-life technology to keep your actual bottom dry and ready to battle life's real challenges. 



(1) Adult diaper built for 'Outlast' gamers — yes, this is really a thing 

(2) ‘Web Junkie’ Is a Harrowing Documentary on China’s Internet Addiction Rehab Clinics

(3) 8.5 percent of U.S. youth addicted to video games, study finds s/

(4) Four beds ready to treat Internet addicts 


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  • EyesNSky on

    Well it’s good on them they are looking out for people who potentially do have this kind of a problem.

  • karma coolkid69 on

    i am scared and horified

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