Dad

Not So Itsy Bitsy - Babies

Not So Itsy Bitsy

“We hired a friend to take family photos for our annual Christmas card. During the photo session, between family poses, she snapped cute candids of my husband and I interacting with our kids. Later, she brought us a CD with all the images, but warned us that she had discovered something very disturbing in one of the shots.”

(submitted by Liberty)

Busted By A Ghostbuster - Celebs

Busted By A Ghostbuster

“I’m pretty sure Bill Murray noticed my dad trying to take this picture.”

(via source)

Refrigerator Editorial - Dad

Refrigerator Editorial

“I sent this picture to most of my family. I just noticed what my dad did to the fridge in the background. My brother’s name is Nate and my name is Nick.”

(via source)

Dad Spotting - Dad

Dad Spotting

“My daughter’s first formal school dance. Can you spot the spying Dad?”

(via source)

Belly Up - Dad

Belly Up

“Pops rock’n a belly shirt and afro in the 1980’s.”

(via source)

Amateur Hour - Dad

Amateur Hour

“My dad before he went pro.”

(via source)

Seeing The Sights - Dad

Seeing The Sights

“My friend’s dad is in Boston sightseeing today.”

(via source)

Kid Launcher - Dad

Kid Launcher

“My dad always got us so high.”

(via source)

Leave It To The Pros - Dad

Leave It To The Pros

“This photo is an attempt to look like a professional photo that my parents saw in a local photographer’s ad. They wanted a black background with my father’s hands on my shoulders, and it was supposed to be zoomed in to just my head and his hands. Our attempt was a fail, obviously, as my mother did not know how to work the zoom function. We ended up with this.”

(submitted by Cari)

Air Supply - Dad

Air Supply

“My two brothers and I were gathered to celebrate our father’s 60th birthday. He had received a small portable TV as a gift, which was nifty back in those days. It was wrapped, obviously, in a plastic bag. When it came time for a family photo, our father, rarely one to simply smile for the camera, grabbed for the nearest prop, and created one of our favorite memories of our dad.”

(submitted by Lorne)