Behind The Awkwardness

Lost In Translation

“It was supposed to be a cap.”

(submitted by Laura)

Double Dutch

“On the eve before my grandparents 60th anniversary party this photo was passed around. In 1991 for their anniversary they went to Holland. There is so much going on in the picture that every time you look at it you see something new – and horribly awkward. Don’t miss out on the painted wooded shoes, the tangle of yarn and that white hat.”

(submitted by Allison)

Prophet of Doom

“We didn’t celebrate Halloween at our house. We begged to go trick-or-treating, so this was the compromise. Dad went with us door to door as the Prophet of Doom.”

(submitted by Chelsea)

Doorjammed

“We were all watching my youngest daughter play on her slip & slide.  When she was finished, I sent her inside (I thought) and I drained the slide.  I turned around to see this.  My favorite part is that with one hand she’s knocking on the wooden door and with the other, she’s trying to reach the handle of the storm door!”

(submitted by Emma)

My Favorite Martian

“Nothing says happy holidays more than your orange father sitting on the toilet with a pair of boppers on his head. Spain, 1990. Bare in mind this was before digital cameras, so some poor soul down at the chemist has to develop and print this!”

(submitted by Ross in the UK)

Food Coma

“This is my son.  That’s me next to him.  Apparently, enchiladas make you tired.”

(submitted by Betsy)

Sunny D

“In the 20th Century, babies were kept in cages outside windows, so they could get sunlight and air to get Vitamin D for good health. Originating in America, it was also said that these too provided more room for families who had little space in their city homes & somewhere for the child to play with toys.”

(via Tumblr)

Caravan

“Me and my brother. Dad brought car from the dump in the back of his van.”

(submitted by Noah)