Another exclusive from the new Awkward Family Photos book…
The auntie in pink looks exactly like my maternal grandmother, only way more stylish. My grandma had black hair and a penchant for polyester mu’umu’us. But the haircut, the shape of the glasses, her very face… it’s uncanny.
it’ll poke your eye out!
Ahhh I rember my first communion
i really did laugh to tears after reading the caption on this one…so great
Just like scissors…..don’t run with them & point them down.
Best. Caption. Ever.
Except for yours. Where did you ever come up with placing periods between the words? That is so clever. I. Love. It.
Why does every grandma in America own the same pink polka-dot dress? Is it some sort of twisted geriatric cult?
“Every grandma in America – Woah-oh, every grandma in America – Uhwoahoh!”
S’funny, but you wish for those things until, one day, they spring up unannounced. Then you spend the rest of your life wishing they’d just fall off and roll away somewhere. Still, they’re a great conversation piece, and I can use them to hold open doors if my hands are full…
Yeah, kids are great for holding open doors – but you may have been a little harsh with wishing them to fall off and roll away. And kids are awesome conversation pieces. Oh – wait. Did you mean something else?
this was my childhood fear! overhearing my grandmother comment on how my aunts’ breasts could take out an eye once I spent a majority of my childhood avoiding hugs and protecting my eyes from her traffic cones! imagine my relief when i was told i have wear glasses- the one perk!
Darlin’ don’ worry, in a few years, you’ll be bustin’ out all over.
Ahhh! My eyes! My eyes!
Careful…I think those cannons are loaded!
Gosh, and we all complained about sloppy aunt kisses as a kid. Here this poor girl had it really rough. Sandwiched between Auntie’s Undies.
Also to add, I am wondering how on earth they kept so PERKY in their golden years? I want to know. I NEED to know. No. I mean seriously. Help.
Aw…a cute little girl safe in the bosom of her family!
I knew someone would get to this before I had a chance. ha!
Mammaries…..light the corner of my eyes….er, mind…
Shouldn’t the caption read, “Mammaries of hanging with Aunt Tessa”?
You are a true artist…thank you
“Thanks for the mammaries”
Mammaries… in the corners of my eye. Great big rosy-colored mammaries, of my auntie Em….
I wonder if that girl grew up to be as well endowed as her family members.
lovin’ the Pollack inspired frock of brunette Auntie
OK,everybody sing now “She’ll be comin’ round the mountains when she comes”
Could poke the kids eye out with those things, on both side too. lol.
Seems like a normal picture to me. They are blocking her a little bit, but at least they are all happy and smiling!
Cones to the left of me
droopies to the right
here I am…(see title)
Stuck in the Middle With You… and I don’t know what it is I should do
Little Suzie could not help but grin from ear-to-ear knowing that one day, in the not too distant future, she would be blessed with the family trait that has attracted men from coast to coast for many a year. Yes, she could barely stand the anticipation when she too would have extremely large, round………….eyeglasses!
Wowie kazowie! Torpedo bosoms!!
Aunt Tessa’s wearing her beads from her last Mardi Gras vacation. ;^)
3 seconds later young hannah was smothered to death.
My, what big polka dots you have.
I think the girl is grinning (either in joy or in fear) of what’s to come from the puberty fairy in the next 5-10 years.
Glad it was not cold (nippley) that day. The little girl would have been stabbed.
oops sorry double posted.
OMG!! I have aunts that are like this and I remember that same situation!! LOL!!
Been there. This picture totally caused flashbacks of dodging bullet bras. My Nana and her sisters were dangerous to children’s eye sight for years. 🙂
You’ll poke your eye out, kid!
Watch it, you’ll put your eye out!
Keeping abreast of old news.
You can’t help but smile when surrounded by this kind of “perkiness”. 🙂
It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye … get that child some protective eyewear, STAT!
If there was even the slightest earth tremor that poor girl would have become a human pinball.
One of the cutest first communion photos ever — I “Cross my Heart” (which also lifts and separates for up to 18 hours!) Yes, I watched waaaaaay too much TV as a kid, we all did — it was “educational.”
The randomness of your comment makes me feel awkward.
You shouldn’t take these comments so personally. Watch where you walk.
This is funny. Aunt Tessa needed a MINIMIZER BRA, though!
No way! Aunt Tessa was clearly a proud woman, but who (based upon her posture) probably suffered back problems.
Its all fun and games until somebody looses an eye.
watch your eyes little girl
how is this awkward? it’s a girl’s dream to have aunties this f****** cool.
Hanging being the operative word…LOL!
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