Little Fockers Holiday Photo Contest

December 9th, 2010

‘Tis the season of awkwardness– posing for the holiday card, spending time with those relatives who’ve had one too many egg nogs, and unwrapping another pair of socks. To celebrate the most uncomfortable time of the year, we are proud to announce The Awkward Holiday Photo Contest presented by Little Fockers (in theaters 12/22) starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller. Submit your most awkward holiday picture until December 16th when we’ll pick the top 10 finalists and post their photos for people to vote on from December 17th-21st. The submission that jingles the most bells takes over the homepage on 12/22 and receives a signed copy of the Awkward Family Photos book (as well as some fun stocking stuffers from our friends at YFrog).

Enter the contest here. Check out the submissions here.

29 Responses to “Little Fockers Holiday Photo Contest”

  1. MMM dat BOY says:

    Um does anyone else think the boy on the bottom right is beautiful I DO gosh let me marry him ugh he is so CUTE:* I just want to kiss and marry him bye

  2. Cory says:

    That’s me up there who submitted the photo– for those of you who guessed she’s pissed she didn’t get to be the star, you’re correct. Older sis claimed her right as the eldest child and that’s how the cards landed. Little sis was very much pissed about the situation and we honestly had no other good photos to choose from to accompany our annual Christmas card for mail-out. I’d say this was back in 1991 or 1992. Thanks everyone!

  3. ian says:

    The lightning conductor that stays together fries together. All these people need is a decent storm.

  4. Jeff says:

    The little girl is thinking “I wanted to hold the star!”

  5. Fleur says:

    They are acting out their Family Tree

  6. Greg McMahan says:

    Is that boy holding an ornament in his teeth?

  7. Dave-O says:

    I’m sure Marney’s letter said everyone is to wear a GREEN shirt. Someone not following directions again. Note to Marney: Family Christmas picture letter needs to be longer and more detailed next year.

  8. Nick says:

    Best part of the picture for me is that the father has Christmas ornaments as earrings on, too!

  9. Alan says:

    The young girl in front feels like a sap and pined for the time this would be over.
    After the picture was taken – they all took a bough.

  10. Alan says:

    ” OH THANKS, NELINE. Another Christmas you’ve spoilt for the WHOLE family.”

  11. Greg says:

    The girl holding the star? This was all her idea.

  12. Staci says:

    I hope nobody rings the boy’s bell.

  13. Jeanne says:

    I bet she just wanted to be the star on top but her sister got to be it and is gloating about it saying, “heeheehee, look at me, I’m the star and you’re a branch” while kneeing her in the back. Not that I would know or would do anything like that. 0:)

  14. Adriana says:

    Is it awkward that I think this is honestly a really cool idea?

  15. Chargerfan says:

    Does the garland go in and out and through her shirt? Poor child… she seems to be the only sane one in the picture.

  16. Steben says:

    Mark Harmon? Nice…

  17. user says:

    How nice… the young lady looks like she has the flu and they drug her out of bed for the picture.

  18. kat says:

    that poor girl looks miserable lol

  19. AnneE says:

    The girl in front knows that this is bogus…Lol!

  20. Jill H says:

    Cracking up at the daughter on the bottom. That would have been me too.

  21. steph says:

    hhmmm…wonder if they will stay that way until Santa comes and puts presents under them?

  22. rev says:

    This is a training slide for the CIA/NSA. Can you spot the person with a future diagnosis of anti-social personality disorder?

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