Filed By Bil Browning | July 22, 2009 9:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Living Tags: awkward family portraits, caption this photo, family photos, opossum, possum
Good Lord, what in the hell were these people thinking? C'mon, Projectors, the jokes - they write themselves with this one.
This photo and Sunday's "Caption This" picture both came from awkwardfamilyphotos.com. The blog is hilarious. Check 'em out.
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"Come and listen to my story about a man named Jed."
"Hurry up with this pho-tee-graf. We got the Kenworth double parked."
"That don't smell like possum farts."
"Billy Bob, did you remember putting the Chevie up on blocks like I ask ya?"
"Now boys, we'll be a usin' this fer yer fifth grade grad-gee-a-shun picture, so smile and show them missin' teeth."
"I smell shine."
"Heere at Heelbilly Heights Charter School, we teach city kids to be country boys. Lesson 1 is Cookin' With 'Possum!"
Awesome! Glad to see that folks over here on Bilerico are poking fun at non-traditional families. Way to go!
I do agree that they should have avoided the sunglasses indoors. Only Bono does that, and he's a douchebag.
Looks like a typical Indiana family to be from Vincennes, Lagotee, Evansville, New Albany...
Interesting....another side of diversity???
Wow. As if the the original post wasn't classist enough, the caption suggestions made me feel sick to my stomach.
Not all gays live in the city and I hate that it's harder to explain this to my queer family than to my hick/redneck/hillbilly/backwoods/poor white trash/three-wolf-moon biological family.