Mom didn’t want to lose sight of them so she dressed them like Waldo.
(submitted by Kim)
I used to do the same thing when our boys were young and we were going to an amusement park. The four of us all dressed in red & white striped shirts, to make it easier to spot one of us who strayed away from the group.
This was terrible! And for the record, we are not twins. We are actually a year apart.
Awww…I think they’re cute! My kids would shank me if I ever tempted to dress us all alike, but I still think it’s cute.
Maybe they are imitating a group of zebras. The stripes keep the predators confused, making it harder to single out one particular subject.
Ha! My parents had the same picture that is in the background – mid 1970′s.
Did not have the keys, however. We had chains draped on the wall attached to a few candle holders. Anybody know the name of that painting?
The Man in the Golden Helmet
My grandparents had that painting too…in velvet!
The cute twins were tired of being the only ones to dress alike…..
Not so much awkward as cute!
I don’t know guys…. I must be getting soft…. I found these folks to be less awkward, & more cute than anything else. Maybe it’s cuz I recall how NIFTY I thought those shirts were in the late 70′s & early 80′s when I wore them.
The olympics are on and they are from Austria??
My aunt had those giant keys mounted on the wall in her dining room. Pair those with that awesome oil painting in the background and you have one CLASSY living space.
I guess painting on velvet is more to your taste?
LOL Candy! Was there a giant fork in the dining room?
We had a giant fork and spoon in our dining room! LOL
Haha, we had the fork and spoon too!
Fork AND spoon. And yes, my aunt DID have a velvet painting of a bullfighter in the family room. We are such a cultured family!
Boo creepy family picture. Hooray Beer!!!
THERE’S Waldo! And there, and there, and there, and there.
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