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Easter

Happy Nothing

“My stepmom’s friend just posted this picture of her kids on Facebook.”

(via source)

Gifts For The Godless

“My Mom sent me an Easter care package…”

(via source)

The Easter Bunny Is Packing

“This is my brother circa 1986. Is it just me, or is the Easter Bunny glad to see him?”

(submitted by Abby) 

Learning To Sew

“When our mom finds a hobby it quickly turns into a torture technique for the rest of us – from making us look like Rabbidiots to “custom” silk underwear – each week holds new stitching surprises for the whole family.”

(submitted by Sam)

Living In The Pastels

“We actually were dressed like this regularly. Pastels were an everyday spring wardrobe necessity. Mom actually put a bowl on our heads to cut our hair for these pics.”

(via source)

The Cousins

Cousins on Easter Sunday.. one is not like the others.

(submitted by Melissa)

The Bunny Lady

“I don’t remember taking this picture. I have no idea who this woman is, why she’s dressed like the Easter Bunny, or what she’s thinking to provoke that facial expression. I can only guess that this was some time during my sixth grade year and that it was so embarrassing, I blocked it from mind.”

(submitted by Jessica)

Lemonade Stand

“Some members of the family were late for another Easter dinner they needed to attend, my father-in-law was grumping about standing for too long, my brother-in-law ran to grab the ladder so I could set the camera on it as a kids were escaping left and right. After twenty minutes of gathering the crew for a quick portrait before we dispersed, I finally figured out how to set the self-timer, framed the photo and clicked the button. I ran to my position and focused on being ready for the shot- I didn’t want to do this undignified dance too many times…Read More

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Bunnybackers

“My mom worked for the local University athletic department and thought it would be a good idea to hire a few football players to dress up as Easter bunnies. My friend and I cried the moment we saw them. Our parents finally coaxed us over to the swings to get a quick photo before they sent them away. It was definitely an Easter fail.”

(submitted by Kerry)