Don’t yell this on a college campus.

Don’t tell  your teen about photo-bombing.
She will think it’s funny. And then she’ll give it a try.

photo bomb

It’ll start innocently.
And then her efforts will escalate.

 You’ll try to take lovely, serious pictures of a campus,
and your teen will jump in front of the camera every single time.

photo bomb

You’ll try to outwit her,
but she’s faster and smarter than you.


 You’ll calmly put your camera away.
You’ll smile at your sweet, impish teen.
You’ll chase her around campus yelling “You’re gonna pay for this!”
And then you’ll have a nice long discussion with the campus police while your family eats lunch.


What did you do this weekend?

Kim @ Homesteader's Heart November 5, 2012 at 7:31 am

Oh that’s hysterical. I wonder where she gets it? And that is a beautiful campus. Love the architecture.
Eww…I don’t think I’ve ever used the word architecture in a comment before. Stop, you’re making me all appreciate things way to early this morning. *wink*
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Christopher November 5, 2012 at 8:58 am

I spent part of my weekend grinding up 120 pounds of chicken necks (it’s what we feed our dogs). I wish I could have spent the time touring a college campus and photo bombing instead.

But I’m surprised the campus police had a problem with what you were yelling. Hasn’t every parent, upon looking at the cost of college, said to their child, “You’re gonna pay for this!”? Or at least thought about it.
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Vicki Valenta November 5, 2012 at 10:22 pm

Hilarious! My son was a photo-bomber from way back.
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Cottage By The Sea November 5, 2012 at 11:18 pm

Aren’t teenagers fun?

Jo H. November 7, 2012 at 12:18 am

I never, ever had a problem with kids photo-bombing my pictures. Instead, I could never, ever get a picture of them – if I tried to sneak one as a last resort, they would throw something over their head or turn quickly, causing a blurry picture, or some other evasive manoeuvre.

Beautiful campus!

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