The invisibility cloak needs new batteries.
(submitted by Fritiof in Sweden)
He was just trying to figure out if he knew her.
(submitted by Matt in the UK)
“This was shot by a professional photographer when my wife was expecting our second baby. It is common in China to have such photo shooting for any important family time. But the photographer did not expect me to act as a demon behind my wife.”
(submitted by Christophe in China)
“Discovered that one digitizing my grandparents slides. Must have been around the late 1960s. We are not certain about what happend prior to this photo been taken. Our hypothesis: The girl stole and eat the boys chocolate and got into trouble for doing so. Result: Girl sad, boy sad. We’ll never truly know, but this is just epic. It makes me laugh every time I look at it.”
(submitted by Judith in Germany)
“My parents local bar announced an all night viewing of the ‘Star Wars’ movies. My mom dressed up the whole family…. a day late. We spent the night dressed up in a bar with people in normal clothes.”
(submitted by Anabel in Belgium)
“We were all watching my youngest daughter play on her slip & slide. When she was finished, I sent her inside (I thought) and I drained the slide. I turned around to see this. My favorite part is that with one hand she’s knocking on the wooden door and with the other, she’s trying to reach the handle of the storm door!”
(submitted by Emma)
It isn’t easy to intimidate when you’ve got a pussycat on your sweatshirt.
(submitted by Maria in Ukraine)
Oliver offers this explanation– “I can’t even remember why we did this.”
(submitted by Oliver in the UK)
“Photo taken in St James’ park, London. That’s me placing a peanut on my sister’s head to attract a squirrel whilst mum is completely oblivious.”
(submitted by Grace in the UK)
Sometimes, one look can sum up all of childhood.
(submitted by Steph in the UK)