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Maverick

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This happened about 3 weeks ago, but I'll post it...

So, I was wearing one of my baby sister's diapers (I'm a skinny guy :sweatdrop:) and used it (Number 1), but then I did the stupidest thing and I guess I was too lazy to find a good hiding place for it. I put it in my clothes drawer... <_< Okay, so my dad is putting clothes in my drawers the next day and he finds it. I'm in the room doing homework and I see that he found it. At this point, I'm sure my face is pale white and my mind is racing to try to figure out what he'll say when he confronts me. Well, all he did was throw it in my trash can and he didn't say a word. He didn't even look at me. Pretty strange... knowing my dad, if he found I was wearing and using diapers, he'd take me to a psychologist! :laugh: Anyway, I just thought I'd share my story and ask you all: why do you think my dad didn't say anything about the diaper?
 

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Well I don't know how old your sister is but maybe he thought she put it there.
 
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My guess is that he assumed it had something to do with your sister. Little kids do crazy things. Also, not many people would immediately assume somebody is a DL.
 

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You always blame stuff on your younger siblings. It just the way it has
been done for ages, I was the 3rd youngest in our house, so I caught alot of flak growing up.

Untill I got old enough to blame it on our youngest brother.

I wouldn't worry about, like the post above said little kids do strange things, run with it, if the question comes up.
 

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Grown-ups aren’t stupid, I bet he knows it was yours and hopes it was a one-time thing so he won’t have to deal with it so he ignored it. If your dad is like most guys he will remember the things he went through at your age, diapers, porn or whatever and might look the other way if he doesn’t find it too often.
Be more careful!
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“I was just curious to see what it felt like”
might work if he asked.
 

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Since I'm a dad, it could well be that your dad knows and realizes. As dads, we sometimes aren't very good at confrontation with our children. I don't know your dad, but I so loved and still love my kids that there wasn't anything like this that would have made me think any less of them. (well duh, yeh since I was the one wearing daipers, not them, but you know what I mean) And hard as this may be for you to believe, we dads did pretty much all the things you are now doing, and thought all the crazy things you are now thinking. We had racing hormones too you know. About the only thing I didn't do when I was young was murder someone, and I actually came damn close to that, so us dads have been there. Your dad knows you're growing through life, and he most likely understands all too well.
 
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Well...my experience with the few non-AB/DL friends I've told about my fetish is that they had no idea that such a thing existed. It never ever would have occurred to them that someone would get a sexual kick out of wearing diapers.

So, my guess would be that your dad had no clue. He looked at it and thought "weird" and then threw it away and forgot about it. Maybe, like others said, he figured your sister stuck it there. Or you were changing your sister, wandered into your room carrying the diaper, went into your drawer for something else, put the diaper down there, and couldn't remember where you put it so you got another one. Or something weird. With little kids, and with pets, the oddest things seem to turn up everywhere. I find toy mice all over my apartment.
 

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"Hey dad, that's not mine. The baby, that is so young, it's not even potty trained, must have taken off the diaper and put it in my drawer and closed it without me noticing. Then put in a a new diaper since you didn't notice her running undiapered around the house. Yup, she's not potty trained but she's diaper change trained!"
"Son. That was a terrible lie. I was going to ignore this, but that was such a pathetic lie I'm sending you to military school for insulting my inteligence."
 

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"Hey dad, that's not mine. The baby, that is so young, it's not even potty trained, must have taken off the diaper and put it in my drawer and closed it without me noticing. Then put in a a new diaper since you didn't notice her running undiapered around the house. Yup, she's not potty trained but she's diaper change trained!"
"Son. That was a terrible lie. I was going to ignore this, but that was such a pathetic lie I'm sending you to military school for insulting my inteligence."
Wow, that's harsh..But no, I don't see how you think it's impossible that his dad thought it wasn't the kids'....Or at the least a mistake in changing her or something. I like daria's excuse best, since it sounds like something someone would actually think of. That being said, he may or may not have thought it was his, but either way, Maverick wasn't confronted about it, and parents, from my experience, only would after they see a pattern or something. Generally the first time you slip up you're fine and they'll forget about it, but after that they'll start to wonder. So if you really don't want him to know, just be more careful.

And by the way Maverick, why is your dad still putting your clothes away? At 15, you should be doing that...even if you are a baby :p. Independence makes it a lot easier my friend.

One thing though I'd like to say, is that if you look guilty (IE are "pale white" from him finding it) he's a lot more likely to think (/know) it's yours. As for your question - if he thought it was yours, he probably hoped it was a one-time thing. Or at the worst he might be afraid you were wetting the bed or something.

Just be careful.
 
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And by the way Maverick, why is your dad still putting your clothes away? At 15, you should be doing that...even if you are a baby :p. Independence makes it a lot easier my friend.
Yeah, I have to agree with this. You have a much smaller chance of getting caught if you are cleaning your own room and doing your own laundry, things which, really, your parents ought to make you do anyway, IMO. That will also make your life a lot easier when you move out on your own. Don't be one of those guys who dyes all your clothes pink your first week of college because you didn't know about separating colors from whites or what temperature water to use.
 
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Whats wrong with your parents doing it, separate colors, no red and white.

I think I can figure out sorting my own clothes.

This thread is full of insults to intelligences. :)
 
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Well, you would be amazed how many people don't seem to know how to do laundry or pick up after themselves as adults...because their parents did everything for them. And there's nothing WRONG with your parents doing your laundry, it's just that at 15 you are old enough to be helping out your parents some. And as I said before, if you clean up after yourself and do your own laundry there's less of a chance that your parents will be opening drawers you don't want them opening.
 

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Wow, that's harsh..But no, I don't see how you think it's impossible that his dad thought it wasn't the kids'....Or at the least a mistake in changing her or something. I like daria's excuse best, since it sounds like something someone would actually think of. That being said, he may or may not have thought it was his, but either way, Maverick wasn't confronted about it, and parents, from my experience, only would after they see a pattern or something. Generally the first time you slip up you're fine and they'll forget about it, but after that they'll start to wonder. So if you really don't want him to know, just be more careful.

And by the way Maverick, why is your dad still putting your clothes away? At 15, you should be doing that...even if you are a baby :p. Independence makes it a lot easier my friend.

One thing though I'd like to say, is that if you look guilty (IE are "pale white" from him finding it) he's a lot more likely to think (/know) it's yours. As for your question - if he thought it was yours, he probably hoped it was a one-time thing. Or at the worst he might be afraid you were wetting the bed or something.

Just be careful.

honestly maverick, ive been washing my own clothes since i was 8
(thats parically because we didnt own our own washer/dryer before that (it was an aparement so the land lords owned it) and i also knew how to cook at 9)
and this aint just to maverick but to everyone
the easiest way to not get caught is to be self Dependant!!!
 

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and this aint just to maverick but to everyone
the easiest way to not get caught is to be self Dependant!!!
That's exactly where I was going with that. And as was mentioned before, it's a lot better to get the mistakes out of the way before you are out on your own...It's better to slowly transition into independence than making huge leaps. That's what growing up is all about ;) (even though we all know we don't want to do it. :D). And this is kind of going further with that, but: we can act immature, but still be mature.
 

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"Hey dad, that's not mine. The baby, that is so young, it's not even potty trained, must have taken off the diaper and put it in my drawer and closed it without me noticing. Then put in a a new diaper since you didn't notice her running undiapered around the house. Yup, she's not potty trained but she's diaper change trained!"
"Son. That was a terrible lie. I was going to ignore this, but that was such a pathetic lie I'm sending you to military school for insulting my inteligence."
Hey, try not to be so harsh. My baby sister could have just taken it out of the trash can.

And by the way Maverick, why is your dad still putting your clothes away? At 15, you should be doing that...even if you are a baby . Independence makes it a lot easier my friend.
My dad never really asked me to. I am a very independent person and I'd be more than happy to put my own clothes away. I see my dad only twice a month though, so I don't think he really thinks anything of it if he's only putting them away twice a month.

honestly maverick, ive been washing my own clothes since i was 8
(thats parically because we didnt own our own washer/dryer before that (it was an aparement so the land lords owned it) and i also knew how to cook at 9)
and this aint just to maverick but to everyone
the easiest way to not get caught is to be self Dependant!!!
Most children in the United States of America do not wash their own clothes or cook dinner at the ages of 8 and 9. Your case is a unique one.

That's exactly where I was going with that. And as was mentioned before, it's a lot better to get the mistakes out of the way before you are out on your own...It's better to slowly transition into independence than making huge leaps. That's what growing up is all about ;) (even though we all know we don't want to do it. :D). And this is kind of going further with that, but: we can act immature, but still be mature.
I've always been an independent and self-sufficient person. I can wash clothes, put away clothes, and cook my own food perfectly fine. I just don't. My parents have never asked me too, and if they did I would gladly cook my own food, wash my clothes, put away my clothes, etc. I am a mature person because I know how to do those things; my parents have not asked me to cook my own food, wash my clothes, put away my clothes, etc., so I don't yet.
 
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And by the way Maverick, why is your dad still putting your clothes away? At 15, you should be doing that...even if you are a baby :p. Independence makes it a lot easier my friend.
Please, I'm almost 19 and my parents still make my bed, do my washing, put my clothes away, cook me dinner, drive me places, etc.... all for $46 a month! :D


Anyway, on topic... perhaps that's just how your dad reacts to strange or "beyond belief" situations. I know a few people who make it seem they don't care, but they really do. Either that, or he really doesn't care or thought it was your sister's.

Who knows. If he hasn't said anything, then it'll probably be best to just leave it at that. No need to instigate an awkward situation. :)
 

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I've always been an independent and self-sufficient person. I can wash clothes, put away clothes, and cook my own food perfectly fine. I just don't. My parents have never asked me too, and if they did I would gladly cook my own food, wash my clothes, put away my clothes, etc. I am a mature person because I know how to do those things; my parents have not asked me to cook my own food, wash my clothes, put away my clothes, etc., so I don't yet.
Knowing how to doesn't neccessarily make you mature either...Your parents shouldn't have to ask you. At least that's how my family ran...But that's not the point. The main thing is, if you are more independent, it's a lot easier to do whatever you want, especially pertaining to diapers.

Please, I'm almost 19 and my parents still make my bed, do my washing, put my clothes away, cook me dinner, drive me places, etc.... all for $46 a month! :D
:eek: Wow..Sorry, but that's a little spoiled. I never had that...I was bounced around fom mom, to dad, to grandparents from 8 on, and they expected me to just make my own food, put my clothes away, do the dishes (or at least at 8 or 9, put them in the dishwasher), and even do theirs...Then out on my own at 16...But I never would've made it without that. I've made my bed since I could walk. I'm sorry, but I still say independence makes it easier, and when you move out, everything will be much harder than it was for me. They aren't doing you a favour by doing all that for you.

Anyway, on topic... perhaps that's just how your dad reacts to strange or "beyond belief" situations. I know a few people who make it seem they don't care, but they really do. Either that, or he really doesn't care or thought it was your sister's.

Who knows. If he hasn't said anything, then it'll probably be best to just leave it at that. No need to instigate an awkward situation. :)
Ya, maybe that's just how he deals with situations. I'd leave it as is, but if you're caught again, he will probably get suspicious.
 
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I didn't mean to insult anyone with my posts. Obviously every family has a different situation and different dynamics, and simply because someone isn't doing their own laundry, doesn't mean they aren't going above and beyond to help out in other ways.

It's just that in my experience, people whose parents do everything for them as teens as far as chores are concerned also tend to have the kinds of parents who run to their rescue in other matters they shouldn't be involved in. The "helicopter parents" who call their child's teacher to yell at them for giving their kid a D, when their kid never did any assignments or studied. And then those teens become adults who, consciously or unconsciously, still expect their parents to do everything for them.

My roommate in college was like that...her family was pretty well off, and they hired a housekeeper who took care of the laundry and dishes and everything else. And while she was a good friend, she was a horrible roommate. She never cleaned up after herself. I don't know who she thought was going to come along and do her dishes if she didn't do them - me, I guess, which I did because eventually I'd need the dishes for my own use. And no matter how many times I talked to her about it, it never improved. My dad's mother also did everything for him when he was a kid, because he was a boy and boys didn't have to help out around the house. And so he still is horrible about cleaning up after himself. It was an issue in his marriage to my mom and it's an issue in his current marriage.

So, obviously, this is a pet peeve of mine (belongs in the "little things that irk you" thread) and when I hear teens saying "I don't have to do any work around the house, my mom and dad do everything" it does irk me. It irks me that their parents don't ask them to do chores as well. I know that teens are usually really busy with school and activities and maybe part-time jobs, but your parents, in most cases, have full-time jobs as well and are also very busy. And I don't understand why they wouldn't ask perfectly capable teens to do some chores, because those teens will in a few years be out on their own and either need to get used to doing chores or live by themselves in a pigsty.
 
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Knowing how to doesn't neccessarily make you mature either...Your parents shouldn't have to ask you. At least that's how my family ran...But that's not the point. The main thing is, if you are more independent, it's a lot easier to do whatever you want, especially pertaining to diapers.
I have a mature attitude and personality; perhaps my lifestyle is currently immature. If my parents expected me to wash my clothes, cook dinner, put away my clothes, I would, and I do help out sometimes, just not all the time. My diaper was not found because of a lack of independence or maturity. It was found by sheer laziness. I could've put the diaper in my safe with the rest of them, but I was lazy and figured I'd put it in there later.

Who knows. If he hasn't said anything, then it'll probably be best to just leave it at that. No need to instigate an awkward situation. :)
Yeah, I'm actually very grateful he hasn't said anything. I don't really want to deal with that.
 
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