Balancing Act 4

May 21st, 2012

Balancing Act 4 - Kids

Friends accused him of being a poser.

(submitted by Jeremy)

20 Responses to “Balancing Act 4”

  1. Shakayme says:

    OMG! ! ! He looks so angry!

  2. JerseyPam says:

    Was his dance partner extremely tall?

  3. esackman says:

    Not awkward. Awesome! More boys should do what this boy is doing and take up ballet.

  4. Simon says:

    I’m a little teapot, short and stout…

  5. bsg says:

    A young Patrick Swayze

  6. Kathleen says:

    What is funny or awkward about this photo? It seems the idea is that because it’s a boy, then it must be funny. There are boy dancers; I don’t see what’s awkward about that.

    • Megan says:

      It seems awkward to me for three reasons.
      1. He looks angry.
      2. The combination of baggy, shiny blue shirt with puffy sleeves (what is it supposed to be, a medieval windbreaker?) and black tights looks silly to me. Dancing costumes usually look silly to me, though.
      3. His pose looks awkward. It looks just as awkward when I see girls doing the same pose in pictures.

    • Sigh.... says:

      Seriously? It’s not because it’s a boy, it’s because it’s goofy! And no one finds it funnier than the guy in the picture, who has graced us with these gems before. :)

  7. ln says:

    Handsome! You go!

  8. CarrieM says:

    Hey! This guy is familiar. Jeremy, where are the jazz hands?

    http://awkwardfamilyphotos.com/2009/10/24/balancing-act/

  9. ginger says:

    The world needs more male dancers. Go man go!

  10. Kit says:

    I don’t really see what’s awkward or funny about this? Is it because it’s a boy? Why is that funny? I find it offensive to call this “awkward” if it’s based solely on gender.

  11. Tim S says:

    Jeremy’s got a lot of guts to let out a picture like this. Now that’s confidence!

  12. Liz says:

    Even Prince Charming went through a few awkward teen years.

  13. Liz says:

    Prince Charming during his awkward teen years.

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