“During school picture time at my kids’ daycare, they always do the younger kids on the first day and the older kids on the second day. What they didn’t tell me is that they would be doing sibling photos together on the first day. As such, the baby was dressed for her photo, and my son was dressed in a car show t-shirt, sweatpants, and Spider-Man shoes. Add to this the psychotic faux bunnies, crazy backdrop, and the photographer assistant’s head poking in from the right-hand side, and you have the perfect storm of awkwardness.”
(submitted by Shannon)
“This was taken a few weeks ago during our first family portrait. A friend thought it was staged, but it’s not at all. After about 10 minutes of taking pictures it was getting pretty hard to wrangle my son. I actually love this photo the most because it really captures the family dynamic well.”
(submitted by Yasemin)
“Picture of my ex on our wedding day with me kinda faintly showing in the background. Everyone who’s seen it has said it was weird. I think it’s the beard.”
(submitted by Paul)
The always rare in-the-photobomb.
(submitted by Muha)
“I’m the baby and this was my first Halloween. I guess it shut me up when they put a finger in my mouth so my grandma thought it would be funny if she put her finger in my dad’s mouth to shut him up. And my great-grandma followed suit.”
(submitted by Spencer)
What’s your interpretation?
(submitted by Mitch)
“My dad had a medical procedure the day of my prom and was out of his mind on pain killers when my mom insisted that I pose with him before prom. I like to think he would’ve put down the hose for the pic if he’d been in his right mind, but in all honesty it could’ve gone either way. He has no memory of taking this photo.”
(submitted by Emily)
That’s one way to do it.
(submitted by Michelle)
“During family photos at the beach, the baby wiggled too much so my great aunt dropped him… everyone else realized it except my brother and cousin.”
(submitted by Mallory)
“This was prom 1993 in Rhode Island. I was a freshman and my boyfriend was a senior. For some reason, we didn’t quite fit in at the dance… ”
(submitted by Cedar)