He figured if he was going to take off his shoes, why stop there.
(submitted by Michael)
To the man who taught us so much.
(submitted by Aleishia)
“This is a shot of my dad from the late ’80’s. He used to go out and do the yard work in his short shorts and boots. Unfortunately, the brown shoelaces broke so he used a fresh pair of white laces. What a stud!”
(submitted by Trevor)
Not every idea is a “slam dunk.”
(submitted by Andrea)
“So my Dad’s landlord, who is trying to bring business back to his failing modeling agency (failing probably because he takes photos like this), volunteered to take pictures of my dad and I. He dressed and posed both of us, and this was the result. Oh, his instruction for our facial expression was “Give me stubborn! Give me sassy!”
(submitted by Clarity)
“Twelve years to the day after the original was taken, we took this photo to show that my son Ian survived the entire hair-raising ordeal.”
(submitted by Tom)
For Dad, what happens on the cruise never stays on the cruise.
(submitted by Peter)
The plaid doesn’t fall far from the tree.
(submitted by Matt)
“When my father got remarried after my parent’s divorce, my mother went through the family albums and cut him out of all of the family photos. Using scissors became too labor intensive, so she switched to white-out.”
(submitted by Shawna)