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First Day Recreation

“My wife, left, and our daughter on their first days of school. Taken in the same place, 24 years apart.”

(via source)

Yappy Holidays

“We were taking our family Christmas photo, and let’s just say the dogs weren’t in a Holly Jolly mood. This photo was the worst of the batch, but now it’s a conversation starter. We keep it right by the entrance of our home here in St. Louis.”

(submitted by Sabrina)


Bat In The Cave

“From the photographer to the teachers in the school, how did nobody notice the huge bat in the cave?”

(submitted by Brian)

Gravestone Preparedness

“Has to be one of the most cringeworthy Christmas cards I’ve ever seen.  That is my parents in front of THEIR OWN gravestones they purchased this year…At least they are prepared!”

(submitted by Leslie)

Rice Storm

“When your wedding guests don’t like you.”

(via source)

Analog Vs. Digital

“My two-year-old and I wanted to play ‘let’s call Granny.’ I feel old.”

(via source)

Fashion Downward

“Me, my sister, our dad and our grandma on a hike and wearing painfully 90s-era clothes. Dad thought he could hold both of us for the photo opp. GOOD JOB, DAD.”

(submitted by AK)

Monumental Disappointment

“Since my husband was on an extended temporary duty assignment in the D.C. area in late 2013, we jumped into homeschooling and took advantage of all the historical sights to see. After a six mile hike through the National Mall during the holidays, our last stop was to see Honest Abe. Our 7 and 9 year old boys were so thrilled to run up the steps, but when I told them to stand in front of Lincoln for a photo, you would have thought they just found out Santa wasn’t real.”

(submitted by Tammy)

Next Time, Try A Post-It

“I went to take a shower early this morning. Opened the curtain to find this lovely note from my S.O. Scared the crap out of me at first. Don’t worry, it was written in my son’s bathtub markers, not blood. I fell on my ass screaming before I figured that out.”

(via source)

Pillow Zoo

“Took my daughter to the petting zoo. Or should I say, ‘pillow zoo.'”

(via source)