“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)
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:
So my mom wanted to take pictures of her “cute lil baby” and my dad decided to photo bomb.. obviously I wasn’t feeling it. pic.twitter.com/PWeBWxaJJb
— jmarie (@jolitamarie) December 26, 2016
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.
“A couple of years ago my daughter had surgery on both of her legs over Christmas break. Tired of being cooped up in the house she decided last minute she wanted to go to a Christmas party with her church youth group. We scrambled for ideas for the costume competition and settled on her being a ballerina from The Nutcracker (her sister went as a nutcracker). This was taken midway through the party when I’m pretty sure she was exhausted and maybe the pain meds started wearing off. Either way, her friends decided to make her a bit more festive and this is the end result.”
(submitted by Stacey)
“My brother was trying to get a good picture of me and my girls for the annual Christmas card. This was in between shots. Little one looks like she saw something she should not have.”
(submitted by Kelly)
“This is a 1987 Christmas morning aftermath with me, my 6-month-old son Nathan, my 12-year-old son Justin and my 17-year-old stepson Damond. Damond looks thrilled with his present of a new Heater/Fan.”
(submitted by Jon)