“So my Dad’s landlord, who is trying to bring business back to his failing modeling agency (failing probably because he takes photos like this), volunteered to take pictures of my dad and I. He dressed and posed both of us, and this was the result. Oh, his instruction for our facial expression was “Give me stubborn! Give me sassy!”
(submitted by Clarity)
You must eat thirty minutes before taking a photo in this family.
(submitted by Andrea)
You do not receive this distinction until you’ve cat-ccessorized.
(submitted by Carla)
When this man says he’s “blow-drying the pig,” he is in fact blow-drying the pig.
(submitted by Amy)
See, some men can relate.
(submitted by Chen)
Grandma’s laid-back attitude was contagious.
(submitted by Faith)
“This is a photo of my mom and her new boyfriend. They like to travel and take pictures of themselves. She is very proud to be with him and makes sure to post pictures like this one all over the internet for me and my sister’s friends to see. So not embarrassing.”
(submitted by Hayley)
These two are considering having one of their own.
(submitted by Natasha)
“Lombard Street, San Francisco, CA, 1997. While touring the Crooked Street on foot we were witnesses to this fender bender that caused a traffic jam and uproar of tourists waiting for their chance to drive down the street. Our folks felt this was a perfect moment for a happy family portrait.”
(submitted by Tiffani)
“This is me, posing for my father on a Sunday morning, shortly after he separated from my mom. He let me wear whatever I wanted and do whatever I wanted with my hair (opportunities that I made the most of). For some reason, he thought it’d be a good idea to take pictures of me standing in front of a dumpster. I have a whole set of these. I guess he was a bit depressed…”
(submitted by Lucia)