Indifferent Strokes

February 4th, 2011

Indifferent Strokes - Family Portrait

A friend thought some plants would liven up the place.

(submitted by Jack)

95 Responses to “Indifferent Strokes”

  1. Glenn says:

    Good Lord!!! Ritalin….not just for breakfast anymore ya know….

  2. marie says:

    The blue thing could be a sofa pillow

  3. Coyote says:

    “…and a deep depression they could not shake set in when Justin Bieber cut his hair…life as they knew it was over…eldest son Skylar, with no hope left, would soon leave home and join a HANSON tribute band”

  4. Corinna says:


  5. Kate says:

    Don’t all smile at once!

  6. Harriet says:


  7. lagrange517 says:

    table for five in the miserable section…

  8. Christel Chesney says:

    Been there, done that. Just too funny!

  9. Robert says:

    Could you PLEASE squeeze that little guy a bit more?

  10. Angela says:

    These pictures are hilarious. I was laughing so hard I teared up. The flowers do add the perfect touch. Don’t ya think? LOL

  11. BeckyisBored says:

    What is the blue thing over dad’s right (my right) shoulder? Kinda looks like the back of a desk chair or something..but the sofa is clearly against the wall.

  12. Mike says:

    Sweet pic. Total posers.

  13. Mike says:

    The make the snow on the outside windowsill look so much more warm and inviting!

  14. Yr says:

    I think they´re swedes.

    Everything looks swedish, the plants are typical swedish winter/Christmas flowers, the walls, window and sofa are all white/pale, snow outside, the hair on all the 3 kids are long which is really common here now and the yellow sweater is obviously a J. Lindeberg sweater. For those who don´t know, JL is a swedish brand that is kind of popular here.

    I´m pretty sure it´s staged. Kind of funny actually.

  15. Cheryl says:

    I was EMO when EMO wasn’t cool… SIng it now!

  16. Dee says:

    emo before emo! priceless!

  17. CamdensGramps says:

    Communism…..CATCH IT!

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