It’s not harmful in black & white.
(submitted by Richard)
“This is me and my cat, Keke. Words cannot describe the torture I put that cat through. She lived to be 22 and would follow me around for some reason.”
(submitted by Isaac)
Just your average 8 year-old.
(submitted by Erin)
“Our family went on a forest walk Easter Egg hunt at a local farm and I caught this pic. The entire family witnessed the bunny flopping down on a stump in exhaustion or ‘resignation.’ Moments earlier he had posed for photos with the kids. My six-year old looked up at me and asked, ‘Is the Easter Bunny okay, Mom?'”
(submitted by Sarah in Canada)
“This photo is circa 1959. My mother had bolts of flannel fabric left when she dissolved a small toy business, so she made pjs for everyone!!! Even my uncle had a pair, but he refused to be photographed. This photo was included in our Christmas cards that year.”
(submitted by Rae)
“This is a picture of my family circa 1991. It was taken in a “photography studio” in a motel room. The process was pretty similar to buying speakers out of the back of a van.”
(submitted by Evan)
Trust no one.
(submitted by Ray)
Their love was all bark, no bite.
(submitted by Melody)
“This is my older sister and my father. She got boxing gloves for Christmas and thought it would be a good idea to challenge our father. From the picture, you can see the he accidentally won that challenge. And don’t worry, nobody was hurt :)”
(submitted by Danielle)
We all have our Walden Pond.
(submitted by Robert)