Recreating The Awkwardness

September 10th, 2013

Recreating The Awkwardness - Recreations

(submitted by Sara)

38 Responses to “Recreating The Awkwardness”

  1. lynn says:

    I like this photo….I think it is sweet and shouldn’t be considered awkward.

  2. Anna says:

    Love it! Thanks for the laugh 🙂

  3. Geret says:

    Middle children always end up being the cutest! 😉
    I’m not one myself… just married to one!
    Love this recreation!!!!!

  4. Angela says:

    I would be so proud if I were their mom.

  5. VCB says:

    This picture literally made me laugh out loud – too funny. And I knew that was our State Capitol! Awesome recreations guys.

  6. Joe Mama says:

    Funny how the little one grew to be the tallest one, and the big kid is now the shortest one.

  7. kck says:

    Could be the best recreation photos ever! Too funny!

  8. C. Smith says:

    Fabulous recreation. I love when people have this much sense of humor, it is a wonderful attribute to want to make people laugh. Thank you for making it-

  9. Martha says:

    Nailed it! Gotta love those yellow shorts!

  10. Steffie says:

    I love how the one on the right keeps his hand placed perfectly.

  11. kristin says:

    Omg. I actually laughed out loud when I saw this…HILARIOUS

  12. Mox says:

    This is one of the only ones that actually gave me an audible chortle. GJ fellas.

  13. Ron says:

    I’m loving this, you’ve captured the moment from back in the day, just so. Nailed it! There’s a lot of warmth and fun in this recreation. Great work fellas!

  14. Elisa says:

    Nailed it.

  15. Blackhawk says:

    Love this one…..also find it interesting to see how the size of the guys have flip flopped. Best recreation I have seen.

  16. Nicole says:

    Middle brother’s shirt match is fantastic! What a find!

  17. Sherry says:

    I love this! Best I’ve seen!

  18. Teresa says:

    Love it! Everything about it made me laugh!

  19. Beth says:

    One of the best! I really did lol!

  20. Paula says:

    One if the funniest recreations I’ve seen.

  21. Aren Cambre says:

    Hi. I am the guy on the left. This was indeed taken in Austin in front of the Texas Capitol.

    For clarity, and to preserve a shred of dignity, the first “now” photo exaggerates height differences due to camera angle. I’m shortest by a few inches, not by a whole foot.

  22. Teresa says:

    This picture just made my day!!! You guys are the most adorable people ever!!!

  23. Silvia says:

    That’s a great recreation! They reproduced even the bad focus and the poor quality of the film due to the passing of time.

  24. Adriana says:

    It’s funny how the youngest brother almost always ends up being the tallest as a grown up. Same thing with my husband. His two older brothers are shorter, one only around 5’8 and my husband is 6’3. I see it all the time.

  25. pittipat says:

    And who’s the troublemaker in this group…d’ya think?

  26. Claudia G says:

    OH my, the nut scratching and shorty shorts are hilarious! The youngest is always the clown!

  27. GiGi says:

    so adorable, too bad the littlest doesn’t have the curls anymore : (

  28. Tsuki says:

    Love these recreations!
    Is that Austin? XD

  29. Mary says:

    I LOVE these recreations, and this one is really good! The outfits, the expressions – priceless. Nice job fellows!

  30. Debby says:

    This is, by far, the best one yet!

  31. Maggie G. says:

    I love it! The fact that you matched the clothing and went back to the same spot gets you double points! Love, love , love it!

  32. Mindy says:

    I love how the stair step has reversed over time. And the kid in the middle looks EXACTLY the same I’m guessing 25-30 years later. This is AWESOME.

  33. Tim says:

    Funny how the order of height reversed when they grew up. I like this photo!

  34. Traci says:

    Oh dang. The shorts…

  35. Kimberly says:

    It’s funny how the height ratio is now opposite.

  36. Linda says:

    This is brilliant. Im in fits of laughter. Good effort guys!

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