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Give Me A Break

Give Me A Break - Dad

“This is a picture of my Dad during our 1997 trip to Disney World in Florida. Fanny packs and mid-riff shirts, and nut-hugging shorts were Dad’s preferred ensemble. He had started a mullet a couple of years before this and refused to cut it until he retired. He’s still working, but my mom told him she wouldn’t go with him on their 32nd Anniversary cruise celebration in February 2011 unless he cut it. He finally gave in.”

(submitted by Laura)

In Dad • February 16th, 2017 • Comments Off on Give Me A Break

Dad Vs. Gravity

Dad Vs. Gravity - Dad

“This photo of my Dad confused me as a kid.”

(via source)

In Dad • February 16th, 2017 • Comments Off on Dad Vs. Gravity

Dad’s New Remote

Dad’s New Remote - Dad

“This is how my Dad has been changing channels lately.”

(via source

In Dad • February 13th, 2017 • 2 Comments »

Excitable Dad

Excitable Dad - Dad

“This is from my sister’s sweetheart ball. When Mom got the photo back she realized there was something wrong with Dad’s face.”

(submitted by Stephanie)

In Dad • February 13th, 2017 • Comments Off on Excitable Dad

Dad’s “Gift”

Dad’s “Gift” - Birthdays

“This is my beloved father-in-law, George, who passed away in 2015.  When searching for pictures to post at his funeral, we stumbled upon this one.  It didn’t make the cut, and you can see why from looking at it.  George had a great sense of humor and 7 kids to boot, so the picture fits him perfectly!”

(submitted by Celeste)

In Birthdays • February 6th, 2017 • Comments Off on Dad’s “Gift”

Still Randy

Still Randy - Birthdays

“Forty years of marriage and my Mom had no idea my Dad’s name has a double meaning. That explains why she had no problem asking the bakery to put this on his cake.”

(via source)

In Birthdays • January 27th, 2017 • 2 Comments »

High Times Birth Announcement

High Times Birth Announcement - Dad

“My father put my birth announcement in a 1994 High Times magazine.”

(via source)

In Dad • January 23rd, 2017 • 1 Comment »
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