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Public simulation
#1
was just wondering if anyone has ever simulate out of there house.  Ive done it a couple times at night and gone for a drive.  Its takes a min to get use to, the bump just about touches the steering wheel and i drive a manual so when i move my feet to change gear my leg gets slightly restricted my the belly (not in a dangerous way though)
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#2
I live in Canada, so sometimes during the cold winter months, I like to go out wearing a simulated belly underneath my heavy winter coat. I typically just go out by myself when I do this, but the one or two times I've bumped into people I know, they didn't have a clue! 
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#3
I have on several occasions. The first was at an anime convention where I had a t-shirt with the letters MPREG on it and the classic "bun in the oven" design. A few years later I participated in an mpreg documentary and had to go out to several places while pregnant for filming, including a clothing store, a Target, and a doula class. Like BigSwollenBelly, I've gone out shopping in the winter with a big winter coat over a very large belly, but one time when I was doing a simulation at home I remembered I had to get my paycheck in the ATM before 4:00 and it was already 3:40. The ATM was within walking distance from my house (I don't have a car), and taking everything off would have taken too long, so I darted out the door as fast as possible and (quickly) waddled all the way to the ATM. I still took a back road way to get there, though, so fewer people would see me. I've also done a pregnant bride for Halloween, and a "Mr. Seahorse" outfit for an electric daisy party.
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#4
you all are so brave. I think here people care too much about others and I was too shy to do that. I just once was wearing one piece and bra but nothing under (no belly or boobs) and went to a video renting place and even so I was scared..... I did some transvestor thing but just for my job but never something like pregnant. Just remind myself wearing a dress with a belly with my sister...poor her LOL
in spain a proverb says: they go in labor they decide.... I WANNA DECIDE TOO..
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#5
I wouldnt get away with bumping into people and them not noticing.  My typical bump size is a twinner and i have some maternity clothes, which means my bump is on full display for anyone who spots me.  

Last time i went out in public i stopped my car at a field near where i live, its surrounded by houses but as it was around 2 on the morning so i got out my car and went for a walk.  Was one of the best experiences ive had simulating while at the same time the most nervous ive been incase someone saw me.  I waddled around and rubbed my belly for probably 20 minutes in the moon light and then headed back to my car.  Where i parked was just off a main road and about 20 feet from my car i spotted a drunk guy about 20 feet the other side walk past.  I froze and tried not to make any noise as he walked by, thankfully he didnt look over.  For some reason though in my head im kind of sad he didnt.  The scenario that i think of happening is that he doesnt really take in what he is looking at and rubs my bump, but that would be very unlikely so was deffinately best he didnt see me.
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#6
Here is a pic for reference of how i typically simulate


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(09-11-2015, 05:09 PM)Minipreggo Wrote:  I wouldnt get away with bumping into people and them not noticing.  My typical bump size is a twinner and i have some maternity clothes, which means my bump is on full display for anyone who spots me.  

Last time i went out in public i stopped my car at a field near where i live, its surrounded by houses but as it was around 2 on the morning so i got out my car and went for a walk.  Was one of the best experiences ive had simulating while at the same time the most nervous ive been incase someone saw me.  I waddled around and rubbed my belly for probably 20 minutes in the moon light and then headed back to my car.  Where i parked was just off a main road and about 20 feet from my car i spotted a drunk guy about 20 feet the other side walk past.  I froze and tried not to make any noise as he walked by, thankfully he didnt look over.  For some reason though in my head im kind of sad he didnt.  The scenario that i think of happening is that he doesnt really take in what he is looking at and rubs my bump, but that would be very unlikely so was deffinately best he didnt see me.

congrads on your adventure. I can understand the feeling of sadness because that man did not notice it.
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#8
I been doing this go a couple of weeks now and it one of the best feeling ever. I would put my belly on and just going out to places that I rarely go. Just walk in and get some small like candy or drink. I would get some looks but nobody would care.
i love my preggo belly. dont u? lol
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#9
I love everything about this thread Smile

I have loved simulation since I was very young, and over the years I got better and better at it, but I always assumed I was the only person in the world who enjoyed it until I found some YouTube videos and sites like this a few years ago, now I probably simulate a big pregnant belly more than ever...living alone certainly has its benefits haha.

When I used to live with my parents, just having a free house and daring to venture downstairs with my huge swollen belly sticking out was the most thrilling thing imaginable, I didn't even attempt to go outside until years and years later when I went out for a drive late one night and parked up in a dark country lane to just rub my belly, it was almost too much for me and I was shaking with excitement so much I could barely drive properly, my heart was racing as I thought about someone seeing me...in a good way of course!

In recent months my feelings on it have changed somewhat though, I have always dreamt of being able to enjoy it with someone, either just sitting around the house having movie marathons whilst big and pregnant, and I have been venturing out wearing a smaller belly under a big jumper, including a few late night Tesco runs whilst swollen to at least 6 months size, but to go out with my usual twin size girth is still something I haven't braved. I think below a certain size just looks like a beer belly hidden under a hoodie and you blend in, but a big 9 month round belly bulging out would catch people's eye...which would be fun I guess Tongue

I loved reading all of your accounts on here though and let's just say I plan to share alot more stuff like this in future, including a few photos or videos of me enjoying my big belly out in public, for those who enjoy seeing that sort of thing just as much as I do Wink
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#10
I have ventured out with my different third trimester bellies to various places, primarily small gas stations and mini marts. What makes it even more enjoyable is that I've had cashiers/owners ask about my belly and follow up with my pregnancy during my several visits over the time span of a few weeks. Two other gas station/mini mart cashiers suggested that I get checked out because of potential bowel obstruction since the rest of my frame is fairly lean.

I've also been to two stores where I was spotted with my 9-month pregnant belly and a staff member calls other staff members to come look. It was very obvious at both stores: the first store had staff members standing near me, staring straight at me, and laughing their heads off; the second store had their staff members kind of shadow me (not too closely) and they would send up different staff members every few minutes to "see if I needed help finding anything" even though I was in the same section the entire time.
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