July 17th, 2012

Hula - Misc

He was hoping she would take up a new hobby.

(submitted by Ashley)

16 Responses to “Hula”

  1. Stucat says:

    The original “Not Impressed” meme.

  2. Jean says:

    This family photo was turned into a meme by the sister of the hooper. Called Hoola Home: The Fun Will Continue Until Morale Improves.

  3. Eric says:

    Post-post-postmodern American Gothic. Somehow the sunglasses give credibility. Frameable.

  4. Joaniebaloney83 says:

    Things were never the same in the Putin household since Maria made the Russian Hula-Hooping Olympic Team.

  5. Tom says:

    great pic!

  6. Tim S says:

    Now THAT’S an awkward photo!
    (Not photoshopped – wide angle lens)

  7. stella says:

    This looks like it is intentionally awkward – like some sort of photogragh for an art class, not someone took a picture of Uncle Ned and Nellie was hula hooping in the background.

    And what is going on with the top of the red wall?

  8. Liz says:

    My first thought was that it sort of looks more like a surrealistic painting than a picture. It’s an odd picture whatever it’s source. By the way… how do you tell if something is photoshopped? I really am not knowledgeable about this.

  9. Dan says:

    Why do you say its Photoshopped?

  10. Hamilton says:

    Nice picture for a nice moment. Great!

  11. Tim says:

    Please oh please oh please let me be the first one to point out that this was photo-shopped!

    (Please, please, pretty please!)

    • Tim says:

      P.S. it wasn’t really, you know.

    • Amanda says:

      The question is not IF it was photo-shopped, but WHY?!?

      • Simon says:

        I really don’t believe this was photoshopped. Its just the ultra wide-angle lens has distorted the usual perspective. She really isn’t hula-hooping on the arm of his chair!

    • Ashley says:

      It’s not. I’m the subby, and I don’t even know how to work photoshop. This photo was really an accident: I was trying to take a picture of my sister hula hooping, and this is how it turns out…

      The walls in my aunt’s house – where this photo is taken – are not at 90 degree angles from each other, so I can understand why it may look odd. The camera I used was my normal one – no wide angle lens.

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