Ta-dah or looking for handouts? You decide.
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I think this is a “ta-da” gone terribly wrong.
one of these things is not like the other….
she’s got a bad case of spider bangs.
HAY, I thought we decided on black T-shirts.
“Alright mom, we dressed up, we took baths, we haven’t killed each other yet, give us the stinking money!”
The two on the left: definitely looking for handouts. The ones on the right: tah-dah. No wait, the two middle ones are looking for handouts. Hmmm, no, wait… I think they’re all looking for handouts. Except the one on the right. aww, man, this is tough.
It’s one thing if Aunt Sally snaps a picture at a weird moment and it’s another if someone who claims to be a professional makes your kids look like panhandlers. The allegedly professional portraits here make me stabby.
Mom, you said you would pay us if we had our picture taken.
I love how the background just stops at the right of the photo…
I love these kids. In my head I can hear the little Osmond Brothers singing “Side By Side” as a barbershop quartet. 😀
misfit on the end lol 😛
Hmmm, looks like there may be four different dads here….just sayin….
wouldn’t want to get mugged by these kids
I think it depends on the kid.
“Please, sir, we want some more.”
“No, show me the OTHER one!”
There’s always one kid in these posed pictures that looks like he’s ticked off.
The one in black there looks like a young Lacey Chabert.
Are we sure the girl in black wasn’t photoshopped in? Proportionately, she seems way smaller than the rest of them.
You’re kidding, right? Sometimes people are just smaller…..gimme a break.
It’s sooooo obvious that the bigger kids are the ones who were photoshopped in.
“Don’t any of you believe me that it isn’t raining out?”
The new interpertive dance of Aha’s “Take on me.”
Worst. Jazz. Hands. Ever!
Lol, Boppie ur funny and I like u!
U made my day 🙂
No, no no…that’s not how you do Jazz hands!
Sometimes I think photographers can get desperate and go for such weird poses. I’m embarrassed about some in my past too.
As the son of a photographer, I can tell you now that they try and set up the subjects to look as “attention grabbing” as possible.
as Mahatma Ghandi once said, “I believe in equality for all men, except reporters and photographers.” I agree.
One of these kids is not like the other…did she miss the “white shirt” memo?
Seriously! It’s really bothering me that she doesn’t match. I guess that’s the OCD in me talking! ha!
It’s the baby that always gets the most attention.
So is the one on the end the black sheep of the family?
haha good call. You can tell she’s different, just look at how normal and not awkward her hair is!
Mhm she’s sort of a pretty little girl. I think the second from the left and the girl in the black have a different parent then the other two. I mean just look at the resemblances.
Jan, Peter, Bobby, Cindy… Don’t want to know what Greg and Marsha are doing off the set…
I think I’ll go for a walk outside now, the summer sun’s callin’ my name…
I think they are doing the hokey pokey.
“Mom, remember Friday is allowance day!”
“Gimme five!” “No, give ME five!” “No, ME…” “Give me five too!”
Sherwood Elementary School presents a “Very Special Edition” of A Chorus Line.
“God, I hope I get it. I hope I get it.”
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