Shroomed For Success - Photos

Shroomed For Success

“My parents used to tell my only brother and I that we used to have another brother who turned into a mushroom from not taking a bath. They even added him to the family albums.”

(via source)

World Famoso - Misc

World Famoso

“This picture is of myself, my mom and my sister in Mexico. No Mexican vacation is complete without taking a sombrero picture.”

(submitted by Angie)

Cinco De Why-o - More Holidays

Cinco De Why-o

“My sister and I had a long day carrying our fanny packs around Disney, but our mom wanted to get a fiesta photo at Epcot for good measure. No queremos sombreros!”

(submitted by Lauren)

Mayor Forgets To Turn Off Mic In Bathroom

For anyone who’s a fan of Leslie Neilsen and Naked Gun, this will make you very happy.

Brothers Recreate Their Childhood Photographs - Lists

Brothers Recreate Their Childhood Photographs

Reddit user mattybgcg and his brother decided to embrace it all when they went to Target to get their parents a truly personalized gift. Read More
Bad To The Bone - Behind The Awkwardness

Bad To The Bone

“One morning two years ago my son had a bad hair day. As a third grade boy, he did not want to remedy this – no matter what I said. I gave up- choosing to pick my battles. Neither one of us remembered that it was Picture Day.”

(submitted by Sarah)

In A Galaxy - Family Portrait

In A Galaxy

“This is a friend of mine. Posted for Star Wars Day. She is apparently supposed to be Leia and not some Goth prom queen. He’s Luke… not just a Renaissance fair bar keep. And their baby is supposedly an ewok. But Luke and Leia are brother and sister… maybe that is how ewoks are born?”

(submitted by Amanda)

Moms Share Weirdest Things Their Kids Have Ever Done - Kids

Moms Share Weirdest Things Their Kids Have Ever Done

These Mom confessions were submitted anonymously by guests to the Pump & Dump comedy show hosted by Shayna Ferm and her coach MC Doula. Read More
Go to The Light - Behind The Awkwardness

Go to The Light

“So back in the day, my grandparents decided they needed professional photos of us grandkids. We went to some department store photo shoot place and they put us in a variety of unnatural poses while we all wore uncomfortable sweaters and smiled in ways we never have before. For this particular photo, the photographer told us to look up at this lightbulb. My brother and I thought, “uhh…okay?” So then the photographer prompted us to look up into the light as if we were in awe. I’m not sure if it was supposed to be God we were looking at or Santa or an alien abduction, but we could not get over how uncomfortable this photo shoot was with our whole family watching.”

(submitted by Bailey)