“My grandmother owns a store in the town I grew up in and every year she enters a float, representing the store, into the summer parade. Of course, this meant that I had to be on every one, usually in some ridiculous costume. I think that this was by far the most embarrassing year though. I’m the waving cherry on the far right and my cousin, on the far left, took the smarter approach and didn’t show his face for the entire parade.”
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The leaves are dead.
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The bird isn’t fooled.
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A reminder for all of us to come together in harmony and peace this holiday season.
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We’ve all got something to offer.
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“In my own defense, my son didn’t actually hit the tree branch, though I have no answer for why he isn’t wearing pants.”
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Your guess is as good as ours.
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Who is he…. really?
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Nothing says the holidays like a sweater full of facial hair.
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If these two can find common ground, then anyone can.
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