Spoiled - Kids

“My nephew said, ‘the milk’s gone bad.'”

(via source)

In Kids • March 27th, 2017 • Comments Off on Spoiled

The Cut-Up

The Cut-Up - Kids

“A hot summer backyard photo.  Why my dad is shirtless, I don’t know.  Why by sister has curlers, I don’t know.  Why am I cross-eyed?  It was before the operation.”

(submitted by Danny)

In Kids • March 27th, 2017 • Comments Off on The Cut-Up


Jumper - Couples

“My daughter, the mini troll, just had to be in our wedding pics.”

(via source)

In Couples • March 27th, 2017 • Comments Off on Jumper

Hail To The Queen

Hail To The Queen - Black And White

“My uncle, after tripping and falling in front of the queen, 1987.”

(via source)

In Black And White • March 24th, 2017 • Comments Off on Hail To The Queen


Suckered - Family Portrait

“One guess who hit her brother.”

(submitted by Lisa)

In Family Portrait • March 23rd, 2017 • Comments Off on Suckered

Ready To Blow

Ready To Blow - Kids

“My mom didn’t have a lot of toys growing up, so she improvised.”

(via source)

In Kids • March 23rd, 2017 • Comments Off on Ready To Blow

All The World’s A Canvas

All The World’s A Canvas - Kids

If you’re a parent of a young child, you’re going to have some of your possessions ruined with an unwanted drawing. Children that young are beginning to develop their fine motor skills and their artistic side, and are eager to use any available surface to compose their next masterpiece. Usually the damage is fixable, or the object is replaceable, but for one parent it meant being detained at a foreign airport until his embassy could sort it out.

The father, “Mr. Chen,” is Chinese and went on a business trip to South Korea with his four-year-old son. (First mistake right there.) When the father-son duo went to the airport to return home, Dad discovered his son had scribbled all over his passport–complete with a new makeover for Dad that included scraggly hair, a beard, giant lips, and eyes as black as a shark’s.

Unfortunately, airport security didn’t have a sense of humor about the situation. The two were detained, and the Chinese embassy tried to issue them a fresh passport.

We’re still waiting for the Chinese industry to turn this incident into a movie, perhaps in the vein of Tom Hanks’s classic The Terminal.

(via India Today)

In Kids • March 22nd, 2017 • Comments Off on All The World’s A Canvas
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