Behind The Awkwardness

Catch Me If You Can

Catch Me If You Can - Behind The Awkwardness

“When I got married back in ’95, I invited some ladies from work. Apparently, catching the bouquet meant a lot to them.”

(submitted by Michelle)

In Behind The Awkwardness • July 6th, 2014 • 3 Comments »

Glory

Glory - Behind The Awkwardness

“The year was 1976– the bicentennial of our country. Our Father wanted to celebrate. So he had my sister and I dress up as if we were Civil War soldiers. We proudly (yet embarrassingly) marched around the block where we lived. But that wasn’t enough.. oh no.. my father had us march around Ben Franklin (the store) and other shops in the plaza like TG&Y and Publix. Looking back 38 years later, I realize its nice to share memories like this one so the world can see just how much we were willing to do for our country!”

(submitted by Ricker)

In Behind The Awkwardness • July 3rd, 2014 • 5 Comments »

The Thing

The Thing - Behind The Awkwardness

“This pic was taken at mom’s nursing home a few years ago. Funny thing is, mom’s just sitting there with a big smile on her face as though she has no idea that “thing” is behind her…”

(submitted by Jan)

In Behind The Awkwardness • June 20th, 2014 • 6 Comments »

Jacob’s Ladder

Jacob’s Ladder - Behind The Awkwardness

“In 1989 my dad (on the far right) grandfather (holding the ladder) and family friend were building a deck off the back of our house.  After they got the first boards up my mother said “looks nice, but how are you going to get the ladder out?”  They forgot to move the ladder before securing the last board for the frame!!  They ended up cutting the ladder apart to get it out.  Also, notice the awkwardness of the jean shorts.”

(submitted by Krys)

In Behind The Awkwardness • June 19th, 2014 • 5 Comments »

The Rub

The Rub - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

“This is my husband when he was 6 or 7. His grandma sent him to school on PICTURE DAY in this shirt. You can’t see the bottom, but the shirt actually says “Rub it easy, make it hard.” No joke. His grandma obviously was clueless. Needless to say, he didn’t wear it to school again.”

(submitted by Wendy)

In *AFP Hall Of Fame* • June 18th, 2014 • 35 Comments »
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