“Our Cub Scout troop attended a Montreal Expos’ game at the Olympic Stadium, probably around 1980. Before the game they had us take our picture with former players during an “old-timers” picture event. Montreal was more of a hockey town, so I couldn’t tell you who these guys were. I guess I was just happy to have my new inflatable friend, albeit facing the wrong direction. My wife refers to this as my first experience with a blow up doll.”
(submitted by Cliff)
“When I was 8 years old, I got to meet ‘Daisy Duke.’ I didn’t realize my zipper was down until we got the film developed. When I brought the photo to school to show my friends, I kept it in an envelope and only pulled it out part way so they couldn’t see my open fly.”
(submitted by Wendy)
“This is a photo of me (front left), my little brother (front right), my older sister and her older boyfriend taken in her bedroom sometime in summer 1984. I know the era because of the Van Halen posters on the wall and the RUSH pins on my shirt. I don’t remember why we posed for this picture- and I REALLY don’t know why my little brother and I look like we’re modeling for young punk magazine! It’s a strange little scene there. The Van Halen posters really crack me up.”
(submitted by Steve)
“I think my family might have liked Seinfeld.”
(submitted by Amelia)
When you get a photo-op with Richard Kiel, size doesn’t matter.
(submitted by Jerry)
A reminder for all of us to come together in harmony and peace this holiday season.
(submitted by Angel in Puerto Rico)