As I sit awkwardly here writing this—awkwardly as I’ve been sitting in a wet and messy diaper for the better part of five hours—I know I’m rapidly approaching the end of my assignment. The Geek Girl series of assignments have been quite unpleasant up to this point (and I’m not expecting them to get any easier as I go—it would be nice though), and this assignment was no different. If you are one of the hopefuls applying to The Institute, know that fates similar to this await you—you have been warned. Warnings aside, however, on to what has been my quite unpleasant morning, it’s a Maid, Maid, Maid World after all…
You are to get dressed as follows and remain dressed until your time is up. You should pick a period where you have enough free time, because stopping your assignment will mean repeating it. Also, changing your eating or bathroom habits in preparation for this assignment is not allowed.
Dress is very similar to Eight Legged Clean Freaks and consists of:
*A super stuffed diaper.
*Standard bra and forms
*Wrist and ankle cuffs
*A black garbage bag fashioned into a maid’s dress (with a belt and white towel for an apron).
*Hair in dual pony tails
Once you are dressed, you are to clean your apartment from top to bottom, until it can pass a white glove test.
*Once every two hours during the entire assignment, you will submit a picture of your current condition.
*Once your apartment is clean, you will submit to me a video tour of all areas of your apartment as proof of completion. This will be used to judge whether or not you pass.
Your assignment length is determine by the following rules: 1. Your assignment will not be over (and you cannot get undressed) until you have submitted the walkthrough video and made a post on The Institute website. 2. The minimum assignment length is 36 hours. 2b. The minimum assignment length will be considered to have been met once you stew is a messy diaper for at least 6 hours. 3. You can change your diaper as often as you would like, but each change adds six hours to the minimum assignment length.