Here’s staring at you, mom.
(submitted by Lea)
I grew up with these guys !! I remember this pic from their house!! Small world.
OMG is that Emma from The Following!!?!
We thought the same thing!!
The beauty of family toga-therness!!
I think the only one who didn’t absolutely loathe this idea from the beginning is mom. The kids both look like they knew this was a bad idea just getting worse as the shoot went on.
I knew those pink bed sheets I got on sale would come in handy!
Here’s the deal, that could very well be a little girl! I had the same haircut in the 80′s and looked JUST like that… (BTW as far as I know I am a girl)
I was kinda thinking the same thing.
“He had planned to dress up in a cowboy outfit, but once he heard about the pink togas…?”
or “The day Mary Kay took things a little too far.”
cant stop laughing at this photo LOL
Uh I am all for adoption whether it be two moms two dads or a mom and a dad… but common this is just going to scar the poor kid!!!! can you imagine him bringing his prom date over and that being blown up 10×10 on the wall!
yeah, they look like two greek lesbian lovers that are offering up a virgin child sacrifice???????
Omgosh… your comment literally made me LOL!!!
OMG , You ARE awesome HA!
It’s the woman standing at the back of the boy that makes me uncomfortable. Who IS that?
Per the submitter’s comment we know it is a boy in the picture. But when I first saw it, I wondered. I am the mom of a young girl who, because of mischief with a pair of scissors, sported a very short haircut for awhile. It always amazed me how many people thought she was a boy, even when wearing head-to-toe pink!
But even if the child in the picture had been a girl, it still would have been awkward!
Actually the caption says “Here’s looking at you mom”, not “he’s”, which is how everyone seems to be reading it…
why oh why ?
O man in the pink toga, take me a way!
This became even more awkward when I decided the boy was not a son or brother . . . but the neighbor’s kid.
What idiot dreamed this idea up? Let’s take a pink bedsheet and a few rubber bands and drape the three of them in it. Oh yeah, and put the boy in the middle.
No. Nothing else. Just…no.
After a week of having to wear the pink toga to school, Billy learned never to toss a red shirt in with the whites again.
Um, why did the mom dress her son up in a toga, pink nonetheless???
Clearly there’s no hairy, misogynistic man around to object to his boy wearing pink.
Ha! Thumbs up for your comment, Steph!
His ability to continue to move forward in life after this photo is the fact his eyes are closed!
I totally didn’t notice that until just now. All I kept thinking was poor boy in a pink sheet…
i didn’t notice either. you are astute and creative.
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