Family members are the most important and the most dangerous people in the world because they are the ones that know how to troll us so that we remember their jokes forever. Only your family knows how to support your low-carb diet and give you a steak as a birthday present.
We thinks that you should always be on the alert when it comes to your family. Here are 19 photos that prove we’re right.
The children have chosen strange old-fashioned technologies.
This husband gives the TV remote to his wife after the World Cup.
This boy made a 911 call after dad drove through a red light.
“I gave up carbs and sugar, so this is how my family celebrated my birthday.”
“My dad calmly explained he was tired of people not refilling the roll.”
“When I was younger I used to like pulling the heads off of my sister’s Barbie dolls and drawing a face on the stump underneath.”
“Mom said, ’Throw the bucket!’ meaning just the water, but grandma took it too literally.”
“My son wanted to have a Man Bun like his uncle — I present the Man Sprout.”
“My grandma came in and said my Scrabble tiles look weird, but she’s glad it’s still being played ’among us.’ I was cleaning my keyboard…”
“It was my mom’s birthday today and my dad didn’t check the cake before showing it to her. Her name is Peg.”
“For Father’s Day, here is the sign we made to greet dad from his work trip.”
“I asked my sister to save me some cake. She took it literally.”
“When your wife deserves the best so you wake her up to a romantic candlelit breakfast.”
“His son graduates from 1st grade, but shhhh there is a game on!”
“My wife and I decided on not getting any pets anytime soon. So my son goes to the fair with his aunt and wins all of these.”
“My grandpa letting my little sister practice her nail polishing on him.”
“My dad didn’t even wait to get home to use his Father’s Day card.”
“Grandma calling out my grandpa in a photo album I just found tonight.”
“My friend’s boyfriend wasn’t happy about his kindergarten picture. His parents still have it framed in their house 20 years later.”
Daughter yelled at me to make her a “surprise snack.”
“My sister went to Military Ball… my dad wanted in.”
“My parents have always said they love their kids equally, but that is hard to believe when I come home for Christmas to this.”
“Thanks for the iPad, dad.”
“Dad just wanted to spice up the photo.”
“He asked for an Xbox 360. Dad delivered.”
“When your grandparents misunderstand what you want for Christmas.”
When slight hints don’t work anymore.
“I found a horribly fun way to disappoint my kids in the morning!”
“Never ask your dad to bring you stuff at school.”
“I’m staying at my parents place for the night. My mom prepared the couch for me. I’m 27.”
“My mom got my sister beets by Dre.”
“You want Apple Watch, son? Say no more.”
“Grandma bought me a new coffee mug for work. “You know, because it looks like poop and I know you think that’s funny.”
“My bro told my grandma, jokingly, he wanted 100 things from the dollar store for Christmas. Grandma doesn’t like being challenged.”
“My mom is struggling to comprehend the concept of Secret Santa.”
My mom made everyone get out of her picture with the food cause “ain’t nobody help.”
“Her excuse was that she didn’t have any other picture frames. Thanks mom.”
“My parents gave me The Office themed birthday party.”
“My dad put strawberries on his face and asked if he had an acne problem.”
“My sister posted a picture to Facebook… My dad responded.”
“Dad got ready for my first driving lesson.”
“Happiness level — dad.”
“She asked for Frozen gifts this Christmas.”