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The Dribbler

“Here is my photo. The pee stain kid is me. I guess I should have shook and dance a little more, to keep the last drop from falling in my pants. I’d like to do a follow up, where are they now pic only this time, completely piss my pants.”

(submitted by Jim)

Abracadabra

Their apathy is just an illusion.

(submitted by Victoria)

The Lean

 

Warning: this fan favorite isn’t for the conservative family. This is a pose for the clan with sass, one that wants to convey, “Heads up!” “Coming at ya!, “In your face!” “Take a closer look,” and of course, “You rang?” Combine with two arm-fold-book-ends and you’ve got yourselves an album scorcher.

(pic submitted by Dylan)

My Two Dads

You may use your calculator for this equation.

(submitted by The Bonfield Family)

Happy Mother’s Day!

(submitted by Andy)

Thrill Of The Chase

An equal and opposite reaction.

(submitted by Jan)

Osh Kosh: The Prequel

The Hanscom family, pictured here again, was cool enough to send in another gem.

(submitted by Michael)

Doubledelish

Double your pleasure. Double your built-in chaps.

(submitted by Jane)

The Out-Of-Towners

They came for a wedding… only problem was there wasn’t one.

(submitted by Anjelica)

 

Awkward Family Story

When I was 10 years old, my parents took us on vacation to a water park. I told my dad I had to go to the bathroom; he pointed to a building and let me go in by myself. When I got in, I noticed there were no urinals, and none of the stalls had toilets in them. Confused, I went into a stall anyway, pulled the curtain closed behind me, and did my business all over the floor. When I got out, we started walking away when another man with his son asked my dad if we knew of any bathrooms nearby. My dad pointed to the building that I had just exited. The man said, “No, that’s just a dressing room to change in and out of bathing suits.” My Dad said that was not true, as I had just used the bathroom in there. The other man insisted and my father started to get angry, “Are you calling my son a liar?” My Dad told the man we would all go in together to prove my innocence. Despite my objections, the four of us went in and when my Dad whipped open the curtain to the first stall…

Awkward.

-Kevin, North Smithfield, RI