Christmas Jeer

January 13th, 2010

Christmas Jeer - Christmas

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(submitted by Stewart)

Some people are happy the holidays are over.

64 Responses to “Christmas Jeer”

  1. Klondike5 says:

    That’s the Souphanousinphone family from King of the Hill.


  2. Bella says:

    The boy in the first picture looks like he is in pain lol tralalalala lala la la

  3. Joy says:

    All you fools are totally missing the point of these pictures! It is not an APOSTROPHE but rather a comma first of all! Secondly, did u guys join this group to become English majors or have a good laugh at other people’s expenses? Come on…seriously!!

    • Angie says:

      You don’t need to be an English major to understand the difference between a comma and an apostrophe…

      • Cernunnos says:

        It seems those who use ‘u’ for ‘you’ can be the most tetchy about grammar… I wonder why? Ah, because we’re fools. :) I tend to enjoy the comments at least as much as the pics!

  4. Jenny says:

    That boy looks like a young Al Gore.

  5. Susan says:

    And for that matter, what if the people who are in the bottom picture are actually NAMED “US”?

  6. Susan says:

    Maybe the “seasons greetings” is something that BELONGS to the Dalys.

  7. AwkWerrrd says:

    “Season’s greetings.. from some of us.”


    “Christmas Greetings from Us” – with “Us” crossed out, and “Me” written in, with an arrow pointing to older sis!

  8. KB says:

    I’m so glad the apostrophe misuse was pointed out from the get-go… the girl’s face is definitely secondary to gross grammatical errors!

  9. Ken says:

    SOMEONE wants a cookie but SOMEONE was denied a cookie. Can you guess who?

  10. Carico says:

    Those people look so sad. I can’t imagine sending that out as my Christmas card. Amazing amounts of Christmas cheer just flood out of those pics.

  11. Karen says:

    Love the Daly’s. Season’s greetings? Seasons’ greetings? Seasons greeting’s? Punctuation is hard. No wonder she’s not happy.

  12. carol says:

    If it’s such a pain in the butt, why do these people even have their pictures taken? Really, why bother? It’s not like it’s a law. Man!

  13. Eric says:

    It almost looks like the brother and sister in the first pic are a little afraid to be that close to the blonde girl. Like in minute her head will spin around and she will start chanting. Run a way, run a way!

  14. Steph says:

    Love which one of the Daly’s what? His or her toaster? His or her dog? Some other favorite possession of the Daly in question? For the love, people! Leave the apostrophes alone if you don’t know how to use ‘em!

  15. Holly says:

    I’m guessiing there was a fight over who got to wear the reindeer antlers in the bottom picture.

  16. Angie says:

    I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who is annoyed by needless apostrophes! I think about half the Christmas cards/pictures I get have those, most of them from people who should certainly know better.

  17. HeatherW says:

    The Holidays: never celebrated, simply survived

  18. Denise says:

    The family in red is upset because the hurricane warning was issued hours ago, the house is still only half boarded up (look over Dad’s head) AND they still have to finish sitting for the annual Christmas photo. It’s so hard not to let the holidays stress you out!

    • gina beana says:

      I don’t see a half boarded house…?

      • Denise says:

        I know, it’s a stretch. It’s clearly a really nice house. I was just imagining that the tan piece of facade on the 2nd floor was actually a piece of particleboard…installed because of the coming hurricane, of course! Just trying to explain why they look so miserable in such a beautiful, lush place.

  19. Natty says:

    Does anyone else wish they could read the teen’s t-shirt in the second pic???

  20. Karin says:

    I think the girl on the left of the second picture (hereforth known as “smiley”) got to pick the photo that went out…

  21. David says:

    I think little Miss Daly is adopted…and not happy about it.

  22. dannyboy says:

    The Daly’s what?

  23. PromisedPlanet says:

    Oh man, that blonde girl in the top photo (“Love, the Daly’s”) is going to be trouble some day ….

  24. MyMorningJoe says:

    I dont get it they dont look happy at all lol

  25. marlene says:

    If I had to take a “Brady-esque” Christmas photo all matchy matchy with my family you better believe I would be giving the ‘death’ stare too lol

    But come on… this two photo’s were the best of the bunch to send out to people?!?! Goodness…


    • Julia K says:

      After 50 photos.. this was the best. Don’t ask about the worst… They are being saved for a future wedding montage. (along with the bare baby on a bear rug photo…if it’s not illegal by then.)

      Teens don’t like to be in photos that parents take. OTOH, they like to take photos of each other taking photos, in a herd at a public place.

  26. durhay says:

    I love the expressions on the bottom picture. So age appropiate for the girls. The teen is flirty and the youngest has no filter. The dad is too concerned about the process to relax, and mom has a “knowing mom” smile.

  27. Chuck Martel says:

    I think the blond girl and the girl on the right in the second photo are the same person.

  28. Tim says:

    Oh, yeah – I can just totally fell the Seasonal Cheer! Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m gonna go drink some bleach…

  29. Jack says:

    The apostrophe “s” in the first one makes it perfect.

    • magillicuddy says:

      I didn’t even notice that… spellchecker please?

      • ReginaPhalange says:

        Spellchecker won’t catch that. It’s not incorrect in an entirely different context. Dependence on spellcheckers is what’s making this more and more common.

      • Missy says:

        Actually a spell checker checks letters, not punctuation. One would need what Office calls “grammar checker.” One I need constantly. :)

  30. magilicuddy says:

    well I guess the Daly’s and “us” won’t be doing the seasonal cards anymore…

  31. George P says:

    I think the girl in the first picture is pissed off about the spurious apostrophe in the caption.

    • ConchordsFan says:

      Ha ha!!

    • Patricia says:

      Thank You! That was too distracting to even look at the photo!

      • sd says:

        i agree… i’m no punctuation stickler but that is the one error i cannot stand! why do people think it’s right?! oh well…

        • Shonda says:

          For the same reason I saw a sign in a store that sold “can’s” of soda for 1.00 (Not sure what the 1 stood for. Camels?) and “bottle’s” for 1.25. My favorite is when I see the MENS’ and WOMENS’ departments.

        • PromisedPlanet says:

          One in five Americans thinks the sun revolves around the Earth. Most can’t find a randomly-chosen Asian country on the map. Do you really think they’re going to understand the difference between possessives and plurals?

          • Lainey says:

            WHAT?!?!?! The sun doesn’t revolve around the earth?!?!?!

          • Submitt comment says:

            all I know is I never move, but the sun seems to change places, or place’s or places’ or placeses.

          • Shonda says:

            No, I don’t expect it, but it sure would be nice if they did.

          • Leslipvb says:

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          • ReginaPhalange says:

            I’m American and I can’t even read or write, so you’re probably right. I don’t understand a thing about possessives, plurals or people who think Americans are the only ones who get spelling, grammar, punctuation and vocabulary incorrect on occasion.

            *grumbling* take a perfectly good funny and spoil it by saying I’m ign’int and unedumacated

    • Buffy says:

      Totally agree!! My first thought was, “The Daly’s what?”

      • TattingChic says:

        The Daly’s Seasons Greetings…see, they possess “Seasons Greetings” and were just now announcing it with that card! The middle child wanted to keep it a secret a little longer, but it was time to let everyone know that they owned Seasons Greetings” with NO apostrophe in the “Seasons” of course! LOL! The Regular “Season’s Greetings” with the apostrophe is in public domain! It all makes perfect sense.

    • Denise says:

      How’d you guys miss the LACK of apostrophe in “Seasons Greeting”? It should be Season’s Greetings (as in greetings of the season). It just gets awkward and awkwarder…

    • Susan says:

      LOL! You’re probably right!

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