What about a stump doesn’t scream unity and togetherness?
(submitted by Eric)
Business at chocolate world has been a little slow lately.
(submitted by Terri)
He considered the earrings, but thought it would look too matchy-matchy.
(submitted by Brian)
A literal interpretation of sucking face.
(Submitted by Jessica W.)
Before taking my boyfriend on a vacation to meet my family for the first time, I gave him what I thought was ample preparation for how “upfront” they all can be. I was driving around with my older brother and boyfriend, trying to come up with fun activities for the long weekend. I suggested we go horse back riding, but my boyfriend (who is on the extremely short side) said he hated horses. My brother, who only met him mere moments earlier, chimed in, “Why do you hate horses? You’re jockey sized.” Awkward, but not as awkward as when we arrived at my parent’s door, only to have my father shake his hand and ask if those were girls pants he was wearing. They were. Double Awkward.
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Sit on it, dad.
(submitted by Sarah)
Everybody needs a groupie.
(submitted by Mike)
This is what we like to call a “choose your own adventure” family photo.
(submitted by Nathan)
I was at my boyfriend’s house to have dinner with his family for the first time when I saw the liver steak. Let’s just say that is not my favorite food. The window was so clean that you couldn’t tell if it was open or not. Everybody left the dinner room to answer a call from grandma and I had the bright idea of throwing the liver out the window but my plan failed because the window was closed. Awkward.
(submitted by Gabriella)
Generational differences can be put aside in a galaxy far far away.
(submitted by JennyAnn)