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The Tao Of Cooties

“I found this old school assignment at my boyfriend’s house when I went home for Thanksgiving. This is what happiness meant to my boyfriend’s Dad in 1963.”

(via source)

Cake Retaliation

“This is how my loving husband took control of the cake-smashing situation on our wedding day! Apparently he didn’t enjoy me ‘caking’ him without warning, and this is how he chose to get me back One of my favorite parts of this picture are the cake crumbs flying through the air! Yes, even after this, we’re still happily married!”

(submitted by Erin)

Small, Medium, And Baby

“The pizza place by my house compares the size of their slices to newborn babies.”

(via source)

Solo Twister

“My brother loves playing video games. This is how he plays them.”

(via source)

The Sleep-Talk Diary

“My girlfriend sleep-talks a lot. I write down the best ones when I can.”

(via source)

Two In A Row

“We didn’t get a picture of our son from the day before, when he evenly spread 25-30 pounds of rice all over the kitchen floor. The next day we checked on him while he was watching Cars 2, and this is how we found him.”

(via source)

Apron Replacement

“At a glance this appears to be a picture of me with my grandmother. But really, it was a picture my Mom had of just my grandma, in which she appeared wearing a really ugly apron. So, my Mom decided to paste over the apron with a cutout of me as a baby.”

(submitted by Vanessa) 

Martini Art

“Pre-K gems from art class. I bartended a few nights a week, and I was also drawing murals on glass during the day. My son brought this home from school.”

(submitted by Joey)

Single Motherhood

“My Mom took me and my brothers to get our picture taken. The look on Mom’s face sums up what it’s like to be a single mother.”

(submitted by Colette)

Wanted Alive

“Our uncle was sick, and this is the get-well card my eight-year-old daughter thoughtfully created for him as he went to the hospital. Inspired by a children’s book of cowboy craft ideas, she made this ‘Wanted’ poster more ‘authentic’ by crinkling it and ripping off the edges. We kept this one, and she created another one that was a little more toned down.”

(submitted by C.)