May 21st, 2009

Mommy-the-Pooh - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

This father was so relieved when he found out he was gonna be Eeyore.

(submitted by anonymous)

329 Responses to “Mommy-the-Pooh”

  1. Jenn says:

    Oh c’mon. It’s cute!

  2. Tiffany says:

    Look at the mom’s face…I’m not sure this was her idea! Dad looks way to happy to be doing this…..and WTF? Who does this? Thought stuff like this was an urban legend

  3. Debra says:

    Oh my goodness!! I can’t believe my eyes! Most men would never do this…too funny!!!Love “Heathers” comment…she nailed it!

  4. Simon says:

    The caption in the family album will read, “After this, Daddy was finally off the hook for last year’s office Christmas party fiasco”

  5. Les says:

    Personally, The photo could use a little foreshadowing. FYI, A.A. Milne is the author and creator of Winnie-the-Pooh. Disney has a nasty habit of producing stories without proper credit to the original author/creator so that people don’t forget.

  6. Silk says:

    Fur and loathing at Sears Studio!

  7. noah says:

    Where is Roo? Owl? Piglet??

  8. RCB says:

    I do think it’s cute, assuming (and HOPING) this was Halloween.

  9. Staci says:

    Ok. I just want to know if they left the house wearing this or did they change once they got to the studio?

  10. mike says:

    oh… so so funny

  11. yeshi says:

    it would look great with a different background

  12. tammy says:

    That is too funny.

  13. sarah says:

    i think it’s really cute.

    unless they do this all the time, and wear them around the house, etc…. I think these parents treat their child with the affection for that age. Seriously, I’d love to see my mom in a pooh outfit in pictures when I got older… (note, only in pictures) … I think pictures like these are acceptable granted the parents treat their kid at the correct maturity level…. i mean… at least the kid wasn’t 12… but at this age, i think the picture shows pretty committed parents. ­čÖé

    that being said, they should not wear those in public regardless of their kids age… photo studios are one thing, but yeah…

  14. Julie says:

    Oh my god!

  15. Julie says:

    As a HUGE Disney and especially Tigger fan, I LOVE this!!! As a photographer, I would NEVER have used this pose, but I love the idea!!!!
    @ Se├▒or_Citizen: Is that actually a real offer?

  16. Rain Likely says:

    Are these people related to the pink fuzzy nekkid family?

  17. Shannon says:

    I’m gonna have nightmares. This is too funny!

  18. Anna says:

    This one’s a gem.

  19. jenneliz says:

    i’m most surprised they make winnie the pooh costumes in adult sizes! come on! some things should not be available to consumers, no matter how high the demand is…AWKWARD!

  20. Walt says:

    Thank God their favorite Disney movie isn’t Aladdin.

  21. Mark W says:

    This is just not right.

  22. Nikki says:

    Winnie the Pooh is cool and all, but for realsies? Costumes for everyone?

  23. Lindsey says:

    wow. this is hysterical. where, exactly, does one buy an adult-size eeyore costume anyway?

  24. Anne says:

    Where’s Christopher Robin when you need him?

  25. sara says:

    the kid is effing adorable, and loving every minute of this. mom is the one who doesn’t seem so into it.

  26. Gon├žalo says:


  27. Jester says:

    Always loved the Pooh fashion statement, red sweater & no pants

  28. Yeah says:

    I have to agree with X – I see no awkward family here. I wouldn’t be caught dead in an eeyore costume, but that’s beside the point. They look like pretty happy fun people.

  29. Brenda says:

    Mommy definitely wears the pants in this family. Wow, I can die now, I’ve seen it all.

  30. Missy says:

    wow. how did she get that guy to do that! LMAO

  31. Jo says:

    “Walt Disney is now rolling over in his grave”… Walt Disney can’t have cared that much about people doing random stuff based on ohter people’s work, otherwise his company wouldn’t have F**ked around with Winnie the Pooh in the first place, totally butchering the characters created by A.A. MILNE!!

  32. Calvin says:

    It’s just not complete until there is a piglet. Come on Eyore and Pooh…get busy.

  33. DK says:

    Walt Disney is now rolling over in his grave

  34. Rosey Pollen says:

    Idon’t wanna be pooh! Horrible! I hate pooh stuff.

  35. missthis says:

    It’s the slightly apprehensive look on the mom’s face that gets me here.

  36. Jennifer says:


  37. Anna says:

    They must have lost a bet or something.O_o

  38. Sarah says:

    This site is fantastic. Thanks for the laughs!

  39. Se├▒or_Citizen says:

    Winnie The Pooh costumes FREE when you upgrade to the $39.95 Package at JC Penny Portarait Studios. Offer expires 05/31/09.

  40. Eileen says:


  41. patti says:

    I cant believe the husband agreed to be in a eeyore costume. But yet he seems happier than his wife to be all dolled up. And yes I agree there are just some things you cant “unsee”…((shivers))

  42. DeadPan says:

    The kid seems very pleased to have a large Pooh behind him.

  43. El Kev says:

    I’ve seen several “compound bow” jokes. Am I just missing out on what that’s exactly supposed to mean?

  44. Tam says:

    Let’s make a family portrait, like lets do something really special….like put our old winnie costumes on!???! why? whyyy?????

  45. Blogger Dad says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that it’s a cute photo. The baby is adorable and I’ve done goofier things than this to make my son laugh. Though I probably wouldn’t take a picture of myself in that outfit.

  46. gobalt says:

    I’m pretty sure its a compound bow

  47. Goran says:

    I’m pretty sure its a compound bow

  48. Sean says:

    Are my priorities messed up because my first thought was, “The kid should really be dressed as piglet”?

  49. Jolynn says:

    Someone is WAY too excited to be dressed up as Eeyore.

    Why does his expression make me think this hot mess was his idea?

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