“I am The Overgrown Easter Bunny. It was 1984, I was 10 years old. My grandfather insisted that I dress up like the Easter Bunny for my younger cousins and siblings. This photo shows me with my mom, dad, sister and brother. I was mortified, though my brother is the one emoting how I was feeling inside.”
(submitted by Erin)
Not seeing is believing.
(submitted by Dave)
The dog felt overdressed.
(submitted by Andrea)
There is no better time to get in shape.
(submitted by Anton)
What goes up must stay up.
(submitted by Angie & retouched by Katie McCranie)
He’s not as easily impressed.
(submitted by KeeleyAnn)
“Photo taken in St James’ park, London. That’s me placing a peanut on my sister’s head to attract a squirrel whilst mum is completely oblivious.”
(submitted by Grace in the UK)
“This is a picture of my mom and a bird we had rescued from Six Flags when he was a baby and fell out of his nest. This was his first flight, and we were so proud of him for flying on his own outside. He suddenly flew onto my mom’s shoulder, and, as you can tell, she was not so pleased.”
(submitted by Julie)
Some people were made for each other. (submitted by Lauri)