(submitted by Laura)
The question is, who’s baby is that???
I think everyone is over-thinking this – dude just looks awesome (and by extension, awkward)in his Nessie/dinosaur shirt.
It does look like one of the famous photos of the Loch Ness monster, but I think it’s meant to be a brontosaurus in a swamp. The airbrush artist must not have heard that paleontologists decided that it was really an apatosaurus and didn’t live half-submerged in water, or maybe the shirt predates that shift in thinking.
Maybe Dino and Dash would have been a better headline.
Right. Looks more like a dinosaur than Nessie….maybe Nessie is a dinosaur!
Did anyone notice that this photo and the one that came before are both by the same photographer?
Olan Mills photo studios are all over the country.
Olan Mills was more of a franchise of photography studios than an individual photographer
David Crosby was more than eager to show off his custom Bob Ross fantasy inspired masterpiece shirt.
He has the Lochness Monster on his shirt. Not necessarily awkward. Not a good choice to wear for a family pic.
Believe what? What’s awkward? Loch & Load what?
Who’s the mama?
Loch is Scottish for lake. I don’t get it.
^ I didn’t get the loch either, and then I spotted the white tshirt
The T-shirt has (what appears to be) an image of the Loch Ness Monster.
You don’t believe in the Lock Ness Monster?
No worries – that wouldn’t be awkward.
But, if you wore that shirt to have your photo taken with your family – that just may be awkward!
I think the “loch” is in reference to the prehistoric creature on tshirt of the guy of the right side
Only thing I see, Harry, is that the creature on the white T-shirt resembles Nessie, the Loch Ness monster. The load part is beyond me.
The ‘load’ part wasn’t obvious to me, either. Until I noticed that the baby is smiling. So, obviously ‘load’ is a reference to the baby’s diaper.
Is that Nessie on Hair-Man’s shirt?
Or is it a dinosaur?
I think it has something to do with the image on the man of the right’s T-shirt?
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