It was a slow day for the bunny.
(submitted by Cassie)
Every princess will someday find their fair pig.
“I really didn’t want my sister in this picture…so I pushed her out at the last second. Can you spot her?”
(submitted by Bekk)
“This is my Grandpa. He took this photo as a self-portrait. I think he was trying to show his sense of humour and laugh a little.”
(submitted by Jacob)
“This is a photo of my younger sister and I on Christmas in 1996. I’m the one with the triumphant look on my face holding the cards and mashing my hand in my sister’s face. I love this picture because it pretty much sums up the relationship I have with my sister. It also tells you a lot about my family… like the fact that my parents took a picture of the situation before pulling me off of my sister.”
(submitted by Heather)
“Can you hear us now?”
(submitted by Katie)
He was known as the “Runaway Best Man.”
(submitted by Laura)
The “armshelf” dive has a difficulty of 9.8.
(submitted by Tryone)
“This picture is of my ancestor. My family would go visit Montana from Minnesota. The Montana family was much more tough than the Minnesota family including the boy in this picture. He was a tough little kid until he came around the corner and met Cindy the family monkey.”
(submitted by Heidi)
“This is a picture of myself (Archie shirt) and my family. It was originally taken without my Dad, as my dad was always off being a pilot somewhere. My parents were having problems at the time, and so, in wanting a complete family photo, my mother added my dad – cut out from another picture – to it. I wish I had a copy of that one, because his head was 3x larger than ours, facing the wrong way, and his shirt had been marked in with a sharpie marker. When my parents stopped having problems, she changed the photo of him to the one now there. This was also at the time that she discovered MSPaint. She decided she thought my sister was being disrespectful by wearing an Arachnophobia shirt, so she painted it out with white. She printed it and put it up in our family home, where it remained on the wall for over ten years.”
(submitted by Kaytee)