Loch & Load

July 28th, 2012

Loch & Load - Family Portrait

Believe.

(submitted by Laura)


25 Responses to “Loch & Load”

  1. colobsktldy says:

    Is that 5 generations??

  2. karl says:

    It’s so clearly a brontosaurus, there is a pterodactyl in the sky as well

  3. Candie says:

    The question is, who’s baby is that???

  4. Ceebo says:

    I think everyone is over-thinking this – dude just looks awesome (and by extension, awkward)in his Nessie/dinosaur shirt.

  5. Jose M. says:

    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.

  6. Tim S says:

    Maybe Dino and Dash would have been a better headline.

  7. Bill says:

    Did anyone notice that this photo and the one that came before are both by the same photographer?

  8. Wainscott says:

    David Crosby was more than eager to show off his custom Bob Ross fantasy inspired masterpiece shirt.

  9. Jodi says:

    He has the Lochness Monster on his shirt. Not necessarily awkward. Not a good choice to wear for a family pic.

  10. Tracy says:

    Believe what? What’s awkward? Loch & Load what?
    So confused.

  11. Alice says:

    Who’s the mama?

  12. Harry says:

    Loch is Scottish for lake. I don’t get it.

    • Mia says:

      ^ I didn’t get the loch either, and then I spotted the white tshirt

    • Brian says:

      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!

    • JanG says:

      I think the “loch” is in reference to the prehistoric creature on tshirt of the guy of the right side

    • slozudo says:

      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.

      • Paul says:

        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.

    • Silfax says:

      Is that Nessie on Hair-Man’s shirt?
      Or is it a dinosaur?

    • Bhavani says:

      I think it has something to do with the image on the man of the right’s T-shirt?

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