That post-lunch fatigue is nothing foreign to us. But it is usually caused by something very big and carb-heavy. As the now-grownup man testifies about his younger self, this case of food coma was prompted by a crustless peanut butter and honey sandwich and maybe a chip or two.
We do hope he had since built up better stamina or he would have to pack up a yoga mat whenever he eats at a restaurant.
Here, Now Smile
Can you really blame Mom? She made three beautiful kids that she carried inside her body for way too long and now she just wants them to pose in a twin sandwich. Is that too much to ask? Well, at least according to Teenage Daughter, yes it is.
And for the record — we can always blame Mom. It's ingrained into our DNA to always blame our parents for anything that's wrong with our lives.
Cool, No Swimming Then
Let's go on a little hike, they thought. Let's hang out by the lake, they thought. Let's take a completely innocent picture by that totally not gator-infested body of water, they thought.
We aren't sure how, but Dad and his undeniably glorious beard might know something the daughters don't. Maybe photographer Mom was giving him directions while doing a heck of a job keeping the apex predator in the background a secret.
His Eyes Rolled So Far Back
How far back did they roll? They roll so far back he could see his brain. They rolled so far back he could see yesterday's math exam. They rolled so far back they were looking at the family van in the parking lot.
They rolled so far back that the incoming crowd from behind them felt an unexplainable urge to scream "Mind your own business, Kelly!"
Toddlers and Tigers
Thanks to the hype around the Netflix show "Tiger King," pictures like this one are about to be a thing of the past.
And it's a good thing that they are because, for the life of us, we can't understand why those parents (or any parents, or any semi-functional human) would think it's a good idea to put a baby the size of a cupcake next to a jungle cat that can swallow it whole.