Night At The Museum

March 22nd, 2011

Night At The Museum - Kids

These sisters got more culture than they bargained for.

(submitted by Neil)

202 Responses to “Night At The Museum”

  1. .... says:

    There is so much wrong with this picture I can’t even begin.

  2. rowemag says:

    Oh, no! He has already given two of them cooties!

  3. faye says:

    Yeah…I’m the only one here who finds his body attractive. My husband’s body is exactly like his. I guess I have a thing for tall-skinny-pasty-white nerds, what can I say?

  4. MissWillow says:

    What would Marney say to this?!

  5. Anne says:

    This screams something at me, but I am not sure what. I just think I would not want this scary looking, semi-nude man touching my children. I totally think the proper reaction is that of the two “bitter” girls – stay as far away as possible! Say what you want – that is NOT art.

  6. Melba says:

    The girls body language is hilarious!

  7. Lisa says:

    My 4 year old daughter just walked past the computer and said “Oh my God why is that guy wearing leaves?! that’s gross Mom!” I have to agree GROSS! haha!

  8. susie says:

    “This is my sister Bitter, and my other sister Bitter.”

  9. Susan says:

    I think I just went blind

  10. Steph says:

    My boyfriend just peered over my shoulder and said, “that’s just weird.”

  11. Sara says:

    Considering the quality of the paintings behind them (or is that a chalkboard to the right?!), I’d guess that Fig Man was the artistic highlight of these girls’ museum trip.

    • Astronaut M. Dexter says:

      Hahahah. Totally agree! Although I assume the “bitter” “sweet” labels had to do with interactive tastebud learning. That could have been fun.

  12. lynette says:

    ok……..what is wrong with this picture??? WTF!!!!!

  13. Right Winger says:

    No, the “sweet” girl looks like Jan Brady!!!

  14. Daniel says:

    Adam O fan club REPRESENT.

  15. filthy_victorian says:

    If those fig leaves are glued on, I would love to be in the next room when they take them off. Must be like hot wax for your bikini line. OOoo…that’s gotta hurt.

  16. Tred54 says:

    Why do the “bitter” sisters have spots of calomine lotion on thier face. Ewwwwww, that must be poison ivy. This is just wrong on many, many levels.

  17. Bridey says:

    Oh, Photoshop trolls:

    The guy’s name is Adam Overton. He bills himself as Adam the Nature Boy, as previously noted.

    It might be nice if y’all would find out what you’re talking about before screaming “‘Shopped!”

    • WeddedBli$$ says:

      I was thinking the same thing. The only people who claim everything to be ‘shopped’, are those who can’t tell the difference between their left and right foot…

  18. Hollie says:

    As a mother of three children, this photo is awkwardly awesome!

  19. Larry says:

    I don’t care who you are, that’s funny!

  20. davidrh says:


  21. Zooky says:

    Um, Mom and Dad? Can we change the “Sweet” and “Bitter” name tags to “Let’s Get the Hell Out of Here As Fast As Possible?”

  22. Ducky says:

    What is with the “Sweet” and “Bitter” labels?

  23. MRS ALDA says:

    The pictures of his backside are even worse : p

  24. Alan says:

    Yes,sir,the advertisement DID require a bearded man with long hair and who was good with kids,BUT,we are looking for a SANTA CLAUSE !!

  25. moodyfeline says:

    The ‘sweet’ girl looks like a deer in headlights.

  26. zeppie says:

    the way he hot glued that fig leaf on …you can see an outline of his junk. Yuck!

  27. Jill says:

    Oh, get over it, people! It’s hilarious and very awkward! If you didn’t want to see awkward, why are you looking at this site? Now go ahead, “bleach your eyes,” and pretend you’ve never seen anything more shocking to your sensibilities than this goofy man posing with three girls whose parents obviously had the foresight to have this embarrassing picture taken so that many years later they (and all of us) could have something entertaining to look at. I highly doubt anyone needed therapy to get over the trauma of having their picture taken with Mr. Figs.

    • mrs alda says:

      Mrs Fig Leaf, I presume ?

    • Noodengr says:

      Amen Jill. All the uptightness about nudity in this country is absurd.
      No one has been scarred for life by seeing another person’s skin. Some may be more pleassent to look at than others, even that is in the eye of the beholder.
      For the record I have worn a similar costume at a ship costume party and the parents of the preteen and teen on board thought it was funny and did not freak out.

      • Jeannie says:

        Of course it is funny, and I think many of the remarks are made to be funny, mine inclusive. Hope you understand, I.m danish, my language is proberly not correct.

  28. chainsawbuzzkill says:

    I don’t understand how dressing up as a very famous historical figure is performance art.

  29. Miss Trish says:

    I’m bored of overused comments like “wow, just wow” and
    “this is wrong on so many levels” but…

  30. emcd says:

    He’s the tour guide at the Creationism Museum in Kentucky!

  31. Jeff says:

    The two girls on the left have pink and green spots all over themselves. Looks like a clear case of awkwarditis.

  32. mrs alda says:

    to quote Tim Allen, don’t stand too close to a naked man

  33. Misty says:

    Tarzan’s less athletic brother.

  34. Jenny says:

    I need to go wash my eyes out now……….

  35. Snowrider says:

    Well, I’m off to pour bleach in my eyes………

  36. Seano says:

    I like how the “bitter” kids are standing further away than the “sweet” kid. LOL. Living up to their labels much??

    (Sign me up for extra bitter – I want more than an arm’s length, that’s for sure!)

  37. Lance says:

    What in the world was this guy thinking? Common sense should have told him to run and HIDE from these girls.

  38. PaulaNancy says:

    Sometimes, there is not enough therapy in the world…

  39. meri says:

    Thanks, AFP. Just when my husband looked over to see what I was on the computer for.

  40. Dionne says:

    Yes, there are plenty of downright weird photos on this site, and that’s usually what makes them so funny. This, however, I hope you pull off the site. Ugh. I really want to think he has at least a Speedo on, for the sake of those poor girls. Interesting to note that “Neil” posted it. I’m curious what the girls would have to say about the picture.

    • NEIL says:

      This is Neil, the girls dad. Stick it up your a**

    • AndrewT says:

      > I really want to think he has at least a Speedo on, for the sake of those poor girls

      Why? What harm could have occurred? I suppose you wouldn’t let your daughters see Michaelangelo’s David because of the severe psychological trauma that would have ensued? Give me a break.

      • marilee says:

        Michaelangelo’s David is ART! This guy is a weirdo.

      • NoCapes says:

        Hey, Skippy, before you regale us any more with your “enlightened” position on nudity, if you look closely at Adam’s right hip, you can see a precarious looking string alone holding on the fig leaves. I see no evidence of a speedo or any other covering. So, when he stands too close to a heating or A/C register (or God forbid an electric fan) and the leaves just happen to fly up in view of children, you’re telling us you’re okay with that because it’s “art.”

        Performance art = creepy

        • Angelle says:

          Performance art = creepy?? Nice attitude. I’m guessing you may not be comfortable with anything other than your own experiences. Kind of sad, that. You don’t have to like the art, but to automatically relegate an entire category of art as ‘creepy’ seems a bit closed-minded. As an artist (one in no way involved with this project), the point is to get a reaction – good or bad – the only really bad review is apathy.

    • Nikki says:

      Really? He is fully covered. He is not hurting these kids. How bad can it be to see legs and a man’s chest?

  41. NYTeach says:

    They all look related, but I’m not sure if that’s necessarily better or not. He looks a bit like Chris Elliot.

  42. bleah says:

    The story behind this must have a bittersweet ending of some sort.

  43. Melissa says:

    Run a Google search for ‘fig leaf guy LACMA’ – looks like it was performance art.

  44. Petros says:

    After he lost the lead in the Fig Newton commercials, Larry tried community theater.

  45. Petros says:

    Ben Stiller has really let himself go…

  46. Raymond says:

    “Hello I’m Chris Hansen… why don’t you take a seat.”

  47. mrscori says:

    One word: Photoshop

  48. Bobby says:

    moderator: I’m tellin’ ya, you want to make money on this site, charge $10 for every appearance of Photo-you-know-what!

  49. Sus says:

    ick! yuck! yuck! Poor little girls…. oh wait, is that a phone ringing? Must be Child Welfare calling!

    • Jonesy says:

      Poor things is right. Their body language clearly shows that they are extremely uncomfortable with the situation. Is he their father? Looking at this gives me the willies and creeps me out to NO END.

  50. Tedeau says:

    Somebody get that poor guy a membership to a tanning salon PLEASE!

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