Friday, May 7, 2010

Freakshow Friday: 100 Acre Wood of Freaks Edition

It's time for another installment of Freakshow Friday. Where I ask my readers to come up with a caption or story for a photo taken from Awkward Family Photos. My best friend will be the judge and she's one hilarious freakaziod. So, bring it! Here is the week's photo, being that it's Mother's day weekend, I decided to pick a photo that demonstrated the crazy lengths that a woman can go to in an effort to bond the family together. I feel so bad for the husband.

Fred had always considered himself to be more of a Tigger.

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The winner will be announced on Monday.



26 comments:

Dee Crowe said...

Ohhhhhh...you know what, I got nothing for this one..well...maybe I will later, right now coffee is kickin in, and I gotta go bleach my eyeballs...

singedwingangel said...

Little Nathan understood why they made him Tigger, he was rather active. But he was pretty sure that what he just laid in his diaper qualified him to be Pooh..

KarmaPearl said...

How To Tell if a Man Is Whipped: This Photo.

Annie @ astonesthrowfrominsanity said...

Tigger and Eeyore were smiley and squeaky clean despite playing with "Pooh" all day long.

R Montalban said...

Daddy wanted to make Mummy smile on Mother’s day, and oh did she, she laughed so hard she almost Poohed her pants!

R Montalban said...

What do you get if you cross Winnie the Pooh with a donkey?
Dhiarr-Eeyore!

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

I don't really know what to say except this family needs major help.

R Montalban said...

Part of the Jim's divorce settlement with Sheila was that he had to pose for photographs that made them look as though they had been happy once.

cathyjoy said...

couldn't come up with any thing "pooh-ey" so did my own...

Not only did the "magic fairy dust" give Madge more energy -
it also got her whites brilliantly, blindingly white!

(don't know how to get the pic to show...you'll just have to visit my blog...)

Stepping On Cheerios said...

I got nothing but I'm laughing my ass off! Hahahahahaha!

Sue said...

In which Eeyore makes an utter *donkey* of himself and Tigger goes along for the ride

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

Hahhahaa! I love reading all of these. I've got nothing for today. Blame it on my pregnancy! ;)

Momma Fargo said...

Heeeee Hawwwww! I think that's a show about farming, tho.

cathyjoy said...

okay...i'm lmao cause the pic i put up on my blog for "freakshow friday" is YOUR BUTTON! Didn't even notice it til i tried to get your button on my page...which i still haven't managed to do but i did post your link!!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Some therapist is going to make a lot of money helping this family.

mindy2780 said...

I can't ome up with anything other than what on earth were they thinking?

metsuke said...

The look of abject terror on the face of Momma Pooh would not go unnoticed by Papa Eyore, oh noooo. He would correct this.

Much More Than Mommy said...

Lulu thought it would be really fun to wear the same thing that they wore the night Christopher Robin was conceived in his first family photo.

Candice said...

Dear God...

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

This was the first family photo taken as they entered the Witness Protection Program.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

This picture gives a whole new meaning to being committed.

Neena said...

This picture is used at Photography University. It weeds out the weak.

Jeremy from We Took The Bait said...

Jeff lost his job as a pre-K instructor soon after this photo went public.

R Montalban said...

Tiger Wood's felt this was taking things too far when it came to providing him examples of how he might show his soft and sensitive side!

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R Montalban said...

Norman convinced his wife that their family portrait should be one that didn’t define them by things as superficial as appearance. Instead they were now stuck with the revolting alternative of being judged by his actions.