She always looked forward to spending time with Grandma.
(submitted by Amber)
She didn’t want to take sides.
You don’t know the half of him.
(submitted by Jim)
Proof that you can have your cake and eat it too.
(submitted by Anthony)
He was uncomfortable with the misogynistic undertones.
(submitted by Tait)
So it was a snake in his pants.
(submitted by Mike)
You don’t have to pass on everything.
(submitted by Donna)
The guinea pig didn’t think it was art.
(submitted by Eugene)
“My father and his soon-to-be-wife. There is no explanation needed.”
(submitted by Hannah)
“This is me and my mom, circa 1982. I was an extremely picky eater as a kid and each and every meal was a battle. An all-you-can-eat barbecue restaurant was my worst nightmare (probably my mom’s, too, from the look on her face). The view of my plate is unfortunately blocked by the flower, but I can assure you it was full, with the food expertly pushed around on it to appear half eaten. I don’t think my mom got to enjoy a single meal between 1976 and 1985. “
(submitted by Mary)