“It was the season of family greeting cards, and of course my family participated. We took this photo in my own backyard and naturally we are wore matching outfits including white turtle necks tucked in to blue jeans with a belt to pull it all together. That’s not the best thing I find about the picture; the fact that my parents are in the position of ‘going to the bathroom,’ is just great and the fact that my hair is of a Shih-Tzu. We sent this picture out to family and friends not thinking twice.”
(submitted by Brooke)
“My memories of meeting Santa are fond ones. I came across this pic, however, and was startled by the look on this particular Santa’s face. He looks a little less interested in what I want for Christmas, and a little more interested in how I’d taste in a stew.”
(submitted by Alan)
“This is my sister’s attempt at Christmas Card perfection. However, this time she failed. It almost looks as though she told them Santa actually isn’t real. My nieces were extremely uncooperative for my sister and to make matters worse, my niece on the right head-butted my baby niece (on the floor obviously).”
(submitted by Kellie)
“Typical gifts from an out-of-touch dad. And yes, the pot leaf poster was a gift to my 5 year old brother. I got the ‘Hang in there!’ kitty.”
(submitted by Gretchen)
“It was a typical 80’s Christmas morning. Dad must’ve been on Mrs. Claus’s nice list. I’m probably freaking out at my sister who is off camera.”
(submitted by Joel)
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“We were taking our family Christmas photo, and let’s just say the dogs weren’t in a Holly Jolly mood. This photo was the worst of the batch, but now it’s a conversation starter. We keep it right by the entrance of our home here in St. Louis.”
(submitted by Sabrina)