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Getting Something Off His Chest

Getting Something Off His Chest - Uncles, Aunts, & Cousins

“This is my cousin, her husband, and her dad (my uncle). I guess he wanted to make a statement!”

(submitted by Jennifer)

In Uncles, Aunts, & Cousins • February 24th, 2016 • Comments Off on Getting Something Off His Chest

The Perfect T-Shirt

The Perfect T-Shirt - Kids

“My cousin met a Victoria’s Secret model at the airport.”

(via source)

In Kids • February 24th, 2016 • Comments Off on The Perfect T-Shirt

Caught Brown Handed

Caught Brown Handed - Kids

“My husband left the Nesquick out…”

(via source)

In Kids • February 24th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

My Mom’s Nudist Ex-Husband

My Mom’s Nudist Ex-Husband - Dad

“Doesn’t everyone take cheery family shots with your mom’s nudist ex-husband?”

(submitted by Mudra)

In Dad • February 24th, 2016 • 2 Comments »

Easter Recreation

Easter Recreation - Recreations

“Happy Easter from my family to yours.”

(via source)

In Recreations • February 23rd, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Oscar Meyer Kids Revisited

Oscar Meyer Kids Revisited - Recreations

“The was a re-shooting of the famed kids photo of our childhood we always called the Oscar Meyer kids picture for some strange reason.”

(submitted by John)

In Recreations • February 23rd, 2016 • Comments Off on Oscar Meyer Kids Revisited

You Better Smile

You Better Smile - School Photos

“My son won’t smile for a camera. So this time, on picture day, as I took him to preschool, I told him he’d better smile for the camera this time. When I came to pick up the photos, the teacher pulled me aside. She said that the photographer was in tears, and this was the best he could do. At first, I was a little mad that my son couldn’t pull out a real smile, but it’s quickly become my most cherished photo. It’s so him… stubborn and defiant. Maybe not everyone saw the humor in it. When I gave a copy to my godmother for Christmas, as she said she wanted a photo of my son, she said, ‘What is this?'”

(submitted by Lori)

In School Photos • February 23rd, 2016 • 1 Comment »
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