The color is all wrong for her.
(submitted by Sara)
“My cousins and brother were placed there by my uncle. Clearly my brother was not happy about being part of Grandma’s collection.”
(submitted by Marigona)
Out with the old. In with the new.
(submitted by Lucas)
“My mom and the other lady in the picture have been best friends pretty much since birth, so when they had babies at the same time they thought it would be cool if we ended up together. The other guy is my age and even though we live 700 miles away from each other and have had no contact, we have mutual friends. Unfortunately, I already showed this picture to some of our mutual friends and I’m pretty sure he knows who I am now. At some point, we’re going to run into each other. I don’t even know if this will be an icebreaker, or just the elephant in the room.”
(submitted by Aubrey)
“I think my family might have liked Seinfeld.”
(submitted by Amelia)
“This is my brother and I at Christmas, 1965. I was only 6 months old and my brother obviously thought I was annoying, if not repulsive.”
(submitted by Angela)
“Discovered that one digitizing my grandparents slides. Must have been around the late 1960s. We are not certain about what happend prior to this photo been taken. Our hypothesis: The girl stole and eat the boys chocolate and got into trouble for doing so. Result: Girl sad, boy sad. We’ll never truly know, but this is just epic. It makes me laugh every time I look at it.”
(submitted by Judith in Germany)
“According to my mother, my little brother was terrified of the stuffed animal that the photographer was using to attempt to get him to smile.”
(submitted by Rachel)
Larry wasn’t as enthused about his grandparent’s 50th anniversary. And yes, his real name is Larry.
(submitted by Amanda)
His cry sounded so much like a laugh.
(submitted by Stevie)