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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