The buffalo is such a backseat driver.
(submitted by Bri)
These sisters got more culture than they bargained for.
(submitted by Neil)
“This was at my family Christmas party when I was about 4. I had just gotten a makeup kit from Santa and wanted to prove to the world that I had the cosmetic fortitude to wear all of it at the same time. That’s my grandfather and a longtime family friend on the left. Both of them were college professors. In my eagerness to have my facial masterpiece captured on film, I managed to pop up during a conversation that most likely consisted of literature or world travels.”
(submitted by Annie)
“My dad, 2 kids, and monkey. I have no idea where my dad found this monkey – or how he got hold of our 2 kids and drove them somewhere – we discouraged him from driving with them in the car. So, finding this pic was a real surprise.”
(submitted by John)
Contrary to popular belief, these two have just “found their cookies.”
(submitted by Caleb)
Frosty would later deny that he was holding two ferrets.
(submitted by Shawn)
Some slides were not meant to be watered.
(submitted by Ryan)
This family preferred to play a game called “There’s Waldo.”
(submitted by Jamie)
This is precisely why it’s called a lap dog.
(submitted by Stephanie)
“This was from one of my dance recitals – my dance teacher chose me to be in the older girls’ dance, where they were spiders. I was dressed like a fly and buzzed around the stage until they trapped me with a white parachute (their spider web). Possibly the most embarrassing photo of me ever…”
(submitted by Jenny)