(via The Luxton Brothers)
The expressions are great, especially the ‘baby’. If it weren’t for the beard I’d swear he hadn’t aged a day. Ha. Thanks for the grin.
Thanks for the laugh, Luxton Bros! I absolutely adore the facial expressions; priceless.
People, ignore Mia. Some get it, some don’t. All the explaining in the world will never change the people who just don’t get it.
HAHA!! got a good laugh out of your recreation; nice work guys!
One of the best of these. Hilarious!
I agree there are different approaches on the recreations. Sometimes it’s about accuracy in detail. This one captures an awesome contrast of then and now. I also assumed one of the kids was a girl, then the effect of scrolling down to the 2 grown men with impressive beards was the perfect twist!
That’s weird I was expecting one to be a girl and then they both look the same age in the recreation, wot the heck!!!!!!!!
If they’re only a few years apart as little kids, they’re not going to look that different as adults. The older boy looks about two or three, maybe four at the most.
For once the facial expressions are perfectly recreated. That’s the most important part to me.
Agreed! This one is perfect!
I love recreations and I love this page! So funny
Don’t overanalyze Mia, just play along nicely, that’s right sweetie, run along now!
I’m not overanalysing, I just have high standards of awkwardness.
What is it the kids say nowadays? Totes Adorbz!!
Quit hatin’ I bet their mommy loves it.
This is awesome, well done guys
That beard.. it’s majestic.
sometimes the recreation is more awkward then the original
That’s an awesome recreation. You guys grew to nice looking adults!
I don’t understand what is awkward about the original. It’s just cute. The recreation is awkward because it’s 2 adults, no other reason. Awkwardness was created where there was none. I think BOTH the then and the now need to be awkward. Most in the series are but some have slipped through the cracks.
lighten up francis.
Nice ‘Stripes’ reference!!! Love it!
I have to say, Mia, I was about to post the same opinion. The second did get me laughing, though, despite the lack of awkardness in the truly, truly, precious first one :0)
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