On Friday, Dave and Pam Zaring of Hillsboro, Missouri, shared a set of seven photos that show their faces flattened into cartoon smudges. "Ok".
"Ok. This is NOT a joke", the post read.
Professional family photoshoots are painful enough without the added hindrance of hiring a photographer completely out of their depth.
When Pam Zaring hired a photographer to take pictures of her family, she wasn't expecting to strike comedic gold.
At time of writing, the photos has been shared nearly 400,000 times.
Trouble is their "professional" photographer chose to edit the images and the results are downright creepy as you can see.
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The images all have a watermark that says "IMagery by Lesa Hall". And so Facebook comment sections quickly became rife with theories.
The photos amassed over 380,000 likes and almost 400,000 shares all over the world since Zaring posted them to Facebook. Those screenshots, however, were lifted out of context.
A Filipino online user even messaged Zaring's friend, Mandy Nappier-Alley to tell her that the Facebook post has reached the Philippines.
But the photos she received were far from professional grade. "Trust me, at one point my blood boiled anytime I was asked about the status of our photos!" The Zarings, meanwhile, are taking the bad images in stride.
Thanks for the laughs Pam Dave Zaring and hopefully the next time you have a family photo shoot, you'll be getting another photographer! And now, hundreds of thousands of people are laughing with them.