In honor of FOX’s new comedy Son of Zorn (Premieres Sunday September 25th at 8:30/7:30c on FOX), we are proud to announce the Awkward Dad photo contest!
So whether he’s trying (and failing) to fix things around the house, burning burgers on the barbecue, or just lounging around in his favorite hawaiian shirt, we want to see everything awkward about Dad.
Enter by submitting a picture of Dad by 9/24/16 for the chance to win the new AFP Adult Coloring Book, the #1 New York Times bestseller Awkward Family Photos signed by the authors, an official Son of Zorn prize pack (including a T-shirt and a goblet) and a $250 American Express Gift Card!
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Contest sponsored by Awkward Family Photos
“When the teacher laughs while handing you the picture packet and says they tried everything they could, you know you’ve got a winner. When asked ‘Lilly, why didn’t you smile?’ Her response was simple: ‘I don’t like school and I don’t like to smile.’ And that will tell you everything you need to know about this 4-year-old.”
(submitted by Brittney)
“Discovered this one while digitizing my grandparents slides. Must have been around the late 1960s. We are not certain about what happened prior to this photo being taken. Our hypothesis: I (the girl) stole and ate the boy’s (my brother’s) chocolate and got into trouble for doing so. Result: Girl sad, boy sad. We’ll never find out but this is just epic. It makes me laugh every time I look at it.”
(submitted by Judith, from Münster, Germany)
“My two-year-old daughter got naked and pooped in the neighbors yard. After chasing her through the culdesac I finally caught her. My neighbor, while laughing snapped this picture of me carrying her inside. I tried not to get poop on myself. I was unsuccessful. #reallife”
(submitted by Kimberly)
“My mom found two outfits in the same size at a thrift store. And since her 11-year-old daughter (me) was the same size as her, she thought it would be a fabulous idea to have our picture in our matching outfits. If you can call them outfits. Don’t miss the matching ‘fros or the creepy field, either.”
(submitted by Kerrie)
“On the first day of third grade my son’s class made a ‘family web’ of what makes them who they are. We are a sporty family, but rather than putting ‘street hockey’, (which we play together), he wrote ‘street hoker.’ Yikes.”
(submitted by Keira)