I've been left worried but mostly confused after a close call with my dad nearly finding out about my AB/DL side.
I had been working on a new Pokémon drawing on my computer when my dad came home. I opened up my browser to mask what I had been doing, and my dad asked if he could do some quick business on the computer. Seeing how urgent it seemed to be, I obliged and allowed him access to the computer. Mistake Number 1.
When my dad was finished, he had to download a file and attach it to his email. Not knowing about how my computer's desktop works (he uses Windows Vista while I use Windows 8), he tried searching for the Downloads file. To make the search easier, he decided to go and minimize the browser Window...revealing to him Poké-Padded butt staring straight at his face. Mistake Number 2.
I was panicking. It had slipped my mind to minimize the drawing window, so I quickly minimized it and did my best to switch the subject. I helped dad to find the Download folder and get his file onto the email. When he was done, I was prepared for a scary, nerve-wracking and unbelievably awkward talk about what my dad saw.
But it never came. He...just sat up from the table and said thanks for allowing him use of my computer. Worry changed to confusion, as I was sure he would've pushed the issue. As I have mentioned in posts and threads before, my father is the DEAD LAST person I would reveal my AB/DL side to.
The only way I think he didn't push the issue is either A) he saw but didn't want to ask. He seems to be respectful of privacy enough, so I assume that he just didn't want to push the issue out of respect. It is either that or B) he legitimately did not notice what the drawing was about. This is hard to believe, as the drawing was zoomed in on a very poofy nappy being presented by a rather cheeky Pokémon. However, my dad has been known to be awfully oblivious to certain situations, so maybe it is possible that he just didn't notice.
At this point, I'm unsure whether I should forget this event as much as my dad seems to have, or if I should be slightly worried that he might know AND he might come to a misunderstanding.