Uncomfortable Family Photos

Posted by Big Daddy Paul in Miscellaneous Waste of Time

Not all pictures of parents with their kids turn out well. Need proof? Read on!

Fa La La La La WAAAAAAAAAH!

One of the people in this picture just farted. (I'll give you a hint, it wasn't my mom.)

W-W-W-W-Water t-t-t-t-toooo c-c-c-c-cold!!!

If this meathead wasn't groping me inappropriately, I would totally get down and jettison out of this thing.

OK, I am gonna take your picture on 3. One, two, click.

At some point, we thought this was a good idea. It may have been, but taking a picture of it? Not so much.

Will someone please get me away from this sweaty fat man!

Someone get me away from this sweaty fat man!

I don't care about the fucking Buckingham Palace, daddy. I want to go home!

OK, today we are going to learn how to use the abacus. Step one: take off all your clothes.

I will not give you a good "Father-Son" picture on your birthday. I won't! I won't! I won't!

Paul, I am beginning to think that sledding down the Great Wall of China isn't such a good idea.

Hey, creepy guy. I swear, if you make me hold up this sign for one more photo...

Me: Isn't Versailles fabulous?! Malcolm: meh.

Me: Isn't Versailles fabulous? We're having such a wonderful time! Malcolm: put down your arms, nimrod. You're embarrassing yourself.

OK, not technically a family picture, but still. Stop! No, keep going. Stop! Wait, do it again. Stop!

Luckily, they don’t all turn out weird.

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7 responses to “Uncomfortable Family Photos”

  1. RobMonroe says:

    The last one is PERFECT!

    The others are HILARIOUS!

    Question – how do YOU count with an abacus, if not naked? :o)

  2. Debra says:

    Agree with Rob

  3. Laurie says:

    I got some good laughs from your photos. Thanks!

  4. tom says:

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.
    No really, LOL.
    Thank you for your painful honesty and sharing of your family’s embarrassment. This is what scares my mother in law about my blog.
    T

  5. Mocha Dad says:

    Those photos are classic. You’ve inspired me to take some awkward family photos.

  6. Que says:

    That’s some good stuff. It’s kinda depressing, though. Your kid has already been to more places in his few years of life than I will get to go in my lifetime. But I guess the trade-off is that there are no pictures of dressed as the Great Pumpkin. There are definitely not any pics of me dressed in a chicken suit being “crotched” (I made it a verb) by my father. And there are absolutely ZERO pics of me sitting naked in front of an abacus. Now that’s not to say I haven’t done it. It’s just to say that there is no proof of it happening.

  7. Debra says:

    That poor boy, when he brings his girl home you have the photos all sorted, he will be affected for life, either tht or he will share his dads sense of hour and love them

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