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Bowled Over

“The face of regret.”

(via source)

Photobomb Anytime

“I explained photobombing to my mom. She doesn’t understand the boundaries yet.”

(via source)

Brace Face

“Let’s just say everyone knew me.”

(via source)

A Nutty Aroma

“My dad bought a new candle. He’s amused.”

(via source)

When Horror Fans Get Engaged

In recent years, couples have been getting more and more creative with their engagement photoshoots. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime moment, so why celebrate it the way every other couple does? So the thinking goes.

But Vanessa Lawson and Josh Morden of Toronto couple went above and beyond with their engagement shoot, with a theme most people wouldn’t think is romantic: the Friday the 13th slasher movie series.

“You could say we have a flair for the dramatic,” Lawson told Yahoo Shine.“We have an insane collection of horror films at home — I guess it’s a bond that we share.”

The horror-loving couple took to the woods along with photographer Brandon Gray–and an actual Jason Voorhees in a hockey mask. The photoshoot quickly turned into a full-on blood fest, and Vanessa and Jason couldn’t be happier.

1. Meet the happy couple.

2. This isn’t going to end well.

3. Nice attention to detail!

4. Uh oh.

5. Here comes the machete!

6. Run!

7. Josh didn’t make it. We’re already down to The Final Girl.

8. You can’t hide from Jason.

9. The coup de grace.

10. Gotta show off the bling.

h/t: Yahoo Shine

Flabs And Abs

“My kid brother is a physique competitor and just got new photos done. I’m a stay-at-home-Dad and couldn’t help myself.”

(via source)

Dad Spotting

“My daughter’s first formal school dance. Can you spot the spying Dad?”

(via source)

Holiday Bird

“At my 4-year-old son’s school, the kids had all taken holiday photos. I went to pick up my son’s picture packet, but it was missing except for a small proof. I asked why did they not have his packet, and the guy handed me the proof and said, ‘You should look at his fingers.’ I did. He let me keep the proof as a souvenir.”

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Middle School Gothic

“8th grade winter formal with my 7th grade boyfriend.”

(via source)