The answer: Leather. Lots of leather.
Nathaniel you ROCK!
This family has a rose covered shrine to Henry Winkler in their dining room.
its the same kids from old man armshelf lol
All they need is a cardbord cut-out of a Jukebox.
No compund bow?
I was waiting for the followup and was NOT disappointed – thanks Nathaniel! Although I was missing Grandpa!
Their parents were obviously big Grease fans!
What’s with the two girls? I don’t know which disturbs me more: the one “smiling” or the one trying to be incredibly serious.
I didn’t think the undead showed up in photographs
Where is your current awkward photograph?
I have no more awkward photographs. Only awesome ones.
guess we’ll have to wait for prom
Nah, I was hot by the time prom rolled around.
Does anyone ever read any of the posts before posting? How many posters will continue to “discover” that these kids are the same kids from the “grandpa armshelf” photo? I think the first 18 out of 20 posts referenced this. LOL.
I know… the excuse is that the posts aren’t in real time
Kinda like the “trees growing sideways” comments and the “boring not awkard road trip email” comments…
Not only do people not read the captions, but they don’t read the comments before they post – but then the comments aren’t always here to be read as they must wait in “Comment Moderation Purgatory.”
I know, right?
Talk about awkward.
Replies don’t post as soon as you write something. There were no previous posts about grandpa armshelf at the time they were replying.
I can see that. You’re right, it can take a good while to get your post moderated and posted. Mea culpa. Then again, I have seen a lot of evidence people don’t read the posts that do exist prior to posting theirs. Maybe it’s just my thing that I’m hoping to have a unique take if I’m going to take the time. Otherwise, what’s the point?
I think the solution is not to acknowledge the obvious. ;p
Agreed, Andi. 🙂
ah thanks Sidekick … I couldn’t figure out how so many people were posting the same thing, but that’s perfectly obvious now that it’s explained.
And I think it’s funny that this comment complaining about repeated comments repeats a comment from earlier, that (probably) wasn’t visible when this poster filed his comment.
Hey, c’mon Jules, I already admitted I screwed up. Don’t rub it in, LOL.
The boy seems to be wearing more hairspray than his 2 sisters together.
BTW aren’t they the kids from the armshelf photo earlier?
And cows around the world send a silent prayer out to their fallen comrades…
Ahh, the craze of the Glamour Shot days. The first thing that hit me was the quantity of makeup and adult night-club hair styles. CRINGE! Ahh, good times, my friends
The girls spent hours getting their hair and make-up just right, and then practiced their ‘cool looks’ in the mirror….. ahhh perfect…..
They are also known as the decendents of the Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli clan… yah grandpa was the Fonz.
Let me guess, this family is from Santa Carla?
South Bend, Indiana, actually. Surprise!
Actually now it makes perfect sense.
Really, ’cause I was getting a strong Lost Boys vibe
“Twilight, the preteen years.”
No leather for Grandpa? Well, no inheritance for you 3!
this is like ‘glamour shots’ meets ‘grease’…
LOL! I totally thought the blonde was a boy in the other pic….guess not 🙂
I thought that too!
And, yes, it is from the grandpa armshelf a couple of photos down – doesn’t anyone read the captions????
I believe the answer is no, people do NOT read the captions.
Nancy, I was wondering the same thing myself..
Some of us read every single one.
The replies don’t post the second they are written. There is a delay. In other words, the replies you see now were not there at the time the people wrote their replies.
This photo was not originally posted as Old Man Armshelf part 2. It was changed after people realized they were the same kids.
But on old man armshelf (part one) it says “What happens when you grow up with a grandfather as badass as this? Tune in tomorrow for an update.” Anyway….:)
Leather is appropriate for any age !!!
[H]ey….. the Fonz had cute sisters. Who knew?
Yep, that’s pretty badass… in an oddly wholesome kind of way.
The Fonz would be proud!
It takes a lot of make up and a lot of leather to make kids look this age inappropriate.
I am so creeped out by this picture I don’t think I’ll be able to sleep tonight…
hey that’s the same kids that were with grandpa a few pictures back! Check it out!
Is this a “glamour shot” or do the kids regularly wear that much make-up?
This is why people should not be trusted with their disposable income.
I knew it! Same kids from the grandpa armshelf. Leather or not, good looking group!
It’s never too early to get those headshots into the modeling agencies!
Ha. These are the same kids from the Old Man Armshelf posting, no?
Pinkie and Leather Tuscadero and Fonzie: The Early Years.
Can’t top that one. WIN!
Hahahah, these are the same kids from the armshelf grandpa, aren’t they? I love the hairstyle on the blonde.
Raise your hand if you think this photograph was taken in New Jersey!
Aren’t these the kids from “Old man shelf”?
Joey Tribiani at 13 with two of his sisters.
aren’t these the grandkids from this morning?
The guy looks a bit like the “Mac guy” – Justin Long
glamour shots strikes again!
Oh me, oh my.
Now, i could almost swear this is the same group of kids as in the grandfather photo a few down….
Oh, because it is, lol.
…a full day of work really does nothing for my brain.
The children can also be seen on “Old Man Armshelf” two entries earlier.
Looks like the same kids from the “Old Man Armshelf” photo
Anybody else notice that the boy in this picture looks a lot like the one in “Old Man Armshelf?”
no kidding?! Do you think that might be why they called it old man arm shelf part 2!!!!!
aren’t these the same kids as 2 entries down – the armshelf grandpa or something?
That’s the point of the captions in both photos. Otherwise, this picture wouldn’t be nearly as awkward.
Both photos involved a fair amount of squeaking as they were composed. Here, it was leather on leather.
Hey! This is the dad-shelf arm-shelf family!
Hangin’ tough, hangin’ tough.
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