On The Rocks

On The Rocks - Misc

A little something extra for your yearbook picture.

(submitted by Wade)

In Misc • August 8th, 2014 • 4 Comments »

Busted Tee

Busted Tee - Family Portrait

“This was our family reunion and pay attention to the only one not wearing family reunion shirt–  Tell your BOOBS to quit staring at me?

(submitted by Ginger)

In Family Portrait • August 7th, 2014 • 5 Comments »

The Zephendales

The Zephendales - Misc

“We were taking annual dance recital photos at our dance studio. It was my sisters last dance recital, and my brother and I wanted to do something funny to embarrass her. We went to go change into our next costume, but instead, we came out dressed like this and danced around her. We call it “The Zephendales” (Our last name is Zeph). Our very own version of the Chippendales! This photo will forever hang in a large frame at our house.”

(submitted by Adam)

In Misc • August 6th, 2014 • 6 Comments »

Space Exploration

Space Exploration - Misc

There’s still room to grow.

(submitted by Kevin)

In Misc • August 4th, 2014 • 4 Comments »

All In The Family

All In The Family - Misc

“Our family gathered in Holland MI in 1985 at our parents house for a family photo . . . need I say more?”

(submitted by Susan)

In Misc • July 28th, 2014 • 24 Comments »

Prawns Away

Prawns Away - Misc

Why are you still looking at this photo? You could be eating prawns.

(submitted by Simone in Australia)

In Misc • July 25th, 2014 • 7 Comments »


Hillbillies - Misc

“The place: Rural southern Illinois.  The time: mid 1980s.  The stylin’ dude sitting on the hood of the Nissan 280Z would be yours truly.  Mullet: check.  Shirtless: check.  Red suspenders: check.  Shades : check.  Black suede Robin Hood bootie thingies: check.  The hot gal sitting on the hood of the Mazda between me and the barn mailbox?  Why, that would be my sister, of course.  Lesson:  Sometimes hillbilly stereotypes exist for a reason.”

(submitted by Scott)

In Misc • July 24th, 2014 • 18 Comments »
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