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Bug Patrol

“There was a moth in our kitchen.”

(via source

Stampede

“If it weren’t for ‘vigilant’ mothering and quick intervention, I could have been trampled by a herd of goats when I was 4 yrs old. I can’t imagine the impact that such a scene would have had on my equally tender and dutiful sister, who perpetually wore her school gym uniform outside of class.”

(submitted by Katie)

Marking His Territory

“This picture was taken in July 2012 for my daughter’s 3 month photos. We decided to let the dog join us, and my daughter was supposed to rest on the his side, but it looks like the he’s about to pee on her. My son is just miserable, and his popped Polo collar makes him look like he has stud earrings.”

(submitted by Hillary) 

Dog Town

“My siblings and I were forced into a ‘pet look alike’ competition. It still haunts us.”

(via source)

Dog Sitter

“Resentment at it’s finest…not sure if it’s from the elf costume or for us bringing home this baby!”

(submitted by IG @k_to_the_m_to_the_c

Adventure Time

“My mom thought this picture would be a great surprise for my dad. My little brother looks like a natural bow hunter and my sister apparently enjoy’s bird watching. I got put in the back to catch my pretend fish because my nose is peeling from a very bad sunburn. Our dog isn’t even happy to be in the picture.”

(submitted by Nicholas)

Once Bitten

“My little sister, brother and teenage neighbor playing with a baby raccoon. Begs the question- how did we survive the 70s???”

(submitted by Cat)

Pet Project

“Here we have a photo of my dad with a poodle, a Siamese cat and a raccoon…that is nibbling on his ear. My grandpa looks on with sheer amazement. Circa 1967.”

(submitted by Julie) 

Surf’s Up

“My friend had a surfing chicken when he was younger.”

(via source)

Say Yes To The Vest

“On family picture day, we were made to wear these homemade vests with prints of Scottish terriers on them. But what the camera doesn’t capture is the shame we felt when we put them on. Unable to look each other in the eye, we bore our humiliation with silent equanimity. The dogs and the baby weren’t having it either.”

(submitted by Christopher)