Recreating The Awkwardness

October 31st, 2013

Recreating The Awkwardness - Recreations

“Taken in 1992 in my grandparents driveway. Almost 21 years later same house, better car.”

(submitted by Maryn)

13 Responses to “Recreating The Awkwardness”

  1. Donna says:

    I love that they switched hair colors.

  2. kay says:

    and a carseat in the front seat. brilliant!

  3. George P. says:

    Obviously this is a Next Generation recreation.

  4. Kat says:

    What is a baby doing in the front seat?? Thought that was against the law.

    • brandy says:

      It wasn’t against the law in 1992.. and if it’s a 2 seater it’s still not against the law.. just not advised. At least she was in a car seat.

    • Lurtle says:

      God bless you, you must be young!
      When I was a kid, seat belts were “extra” in cars. We used to lay across the back window while flying down the highway. Good, dangerous times.

  5. Lurtle says:

    How is it possible that mom looks much younger in the recreated picture?
    Is that your binky attached to the rearview mirror? lol

  6. Bonnie says:

    Wow, Mom looks even younger in the recreated picture!

    • Ken says:

      Yeah I agree. Mom looks much younger in today’s photo.

    • Scooter says:

      My thoughts exactly…

      • Dave P says:

        True…and to me the daughter looks younger than 21, assuming she was a year or two old when the first photo was taken…still a lovely woman and a lovely mom in the newer photo!

        • BarlowGirl says:

          Or she has a baby-face. I’m about the same age as her and people generally assume I’m 16. Or younger. It’s hard to see with glasses on. But honestly the mom looks the same to me, just with different hair.

          Also 1992 was not long enough ago for the daughter to have a teenager LOL.

    • DrewE says:

      I suspect that the submitter is the daughter in the old picture and the mom in the new picture, making this a transgenerational recreation of awkwardness.

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