Forget about the baby. He’s still learning how to use his eyes. He can be forgiven. What can’t be forgiven, though, is that hell-sent, Antichrist of a dummy.
It is a well-known fact that all ventriloquist dummies were forged in the bowels of the underworld and put upon this earth to haunt us, humans. This one seems to have landed in the hands of a skilled master who knows exactly what she’s doing. Please excuse us as we slowly back away.
Those of you who have been on family cruises know the drill of having your picture taken on the first day. You pose in front of the backdrop and make sure you get a souvenir from the trip. Simple.
Unfortunately, the first day is also the day when first-timers come to terms with what being at sea can do to your stomach. Just like that little kid there sandwiched between mom and dad. He's about to see his literal breakfast sandwich all over again.
But I Don't WANT to Be in the Picture!
Oh, kid, we feel for you. We really do. Sometimes you just don't want to have your picture taken. Maybe there's a zit. Maybe there's a bad hair day. Maybe you're just not having fun and want to go home.
Sadly, it looks like the family didn't care much, but at least the kid got the last laugh. You do you, kiddo!
Who's Child Is This?
Oh, the treasures that you find when you dig through your parents' attic. Sometimes it's the teddy you used to cuddle with, sometimes it's your 6th-grade report card, and sometimes it's a 1970s picture of your mom wondering if she really had you.
Just like in this picture with this confused mom trying to understand how this little girl got to her lap.
Easter Sunday Funday
Taken on Easter Sunday, this picture could have been the epitome of the Easter spirit. Look at this dandy family and their fancy clothes. Look at the mom and her winning smile.
Even the baby looks excited (probably psyched for the egg hunt planned for later that day). Too bad the brother on the left had to be so sour-faced about it.