“And this is how I feel about that right now.”
“I’m not sure what my dad was doing. I’m going to assume that my brother and I had been yelled at by our mom while she was holding our cousin.”
(submitted by Amy)
“A father is a most important person in our life. In this picture, father became a horse and said for me to ride… it’s a most memorable moment. I didn’t wanna to ride because of he is weak but father said “Don’t worry, I’m all right.”
(submitted by Abdul in Bangladesh)
“By the look of the ponchos and the Frye boots, it’s around 1970. When it came to family photos, my dad was short tempered at the best of times. Here’s how it all went down.
Top photo, right to left. Me: “Dad told me to stand here.” Brad: “You’re supposed to be down at that end.” Brian: “Go where Brad says.” Grammy: “Oh look, a bug.” Jennifer: “I can’t see it.” Grandpa: “C’mon, Rachel, it will be ok.” Rachel: POUT.
One eighth of a second before the bottom photo. Dad (roaring): “LINE UP AND SMILE OR I’LL GIVE YOU SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT!”
(submitted by Allison)
“Here are some photos on my son and myself. This is a set of pictures taken in a photo booth at Lambeth North Underground Station. I was trying to get a photo of my son for his first passport. After carefully reading the instructions on the application form, I decided that none of these fullfilled the strict criteria required by the UK Passport Agency.”
(submitted by John in the UK)