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Splashy

“Forgot it was picture day at school. My mom grounded me for 3 weeks for wearing that shirt.”

(submitted by Joe)

Evil Eyed

“A daughter’s first prom.”

(via source)

Odd Teen Out

“A Valentine’s Day in 1956. All the girls had been paired up, so this kid had to dance with a broom.”

(via source)

A Mother’s Love

“This is how my Mom greeted me at the airport after we hadn’t seen each other for a few years. She made me walk through the whole airport in a hug.”

(via source)

Bang Your Head

“Eighth grade was hard but I remember that this day was a particularly successful day for my bangs. In the yearbook my face was set conspicuously lower in the portrait frame than everyone else to make room for my bangs.”

(submitted by Julia)

Making A Splash

“Found this old photo. It sums up my high school experience.”

(via source)

Selfie Expression

“We decided to spoof my son’s Facebook profile photo. How did we do?”

(via source)

This Dad Is An Expert At Photobombing His Teenage Daughter

Fatherhood comes with countless responsibilities, but perhaps the most important is messing with your teenage children. This father understands that, and we can all learn from his example.

Twitter user @jolitamarie shared a story of her Dad’s expert pranking, in the form of a photobomb:


Jolita and her Mom went out to the driveway for a shoot. Dad’s Dad Senses sensed an opportunity, and he followed them:

He struck a pose mimicking his daughter’s, (always a strong Dad move.) Whether Mom started laughing, or she just sensed someone was behind her, his daughter quickly caught on:

Being caught didn’t stop him, and he kept on posing for the rest of the shoot:

Well done, Dad. And to all the fathers out there, we hope you’re taking notes.

(via source)

The Coverup

“My 14 year old daughter forgot it was school picture day.  Normally would have fixed her hair and dressed nice.  On this day she wore a Nike shirt that said “Just Do It.” Good thing for us, her hair covered the rest of the shirt and left STD. It’s going in the yearbook!”

(submitted by Tierra)

 

Guyliner

“With my permission: my husband’s 2003 homecoming photo.”

(via source)