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Recreating The Awkwardness

“My brothers and I decided to recreate our mother’s favorite photo of us for Mother’s Day – 20 years apart”

(via source)

The Steam Engine Incident

“Son and a steam engine: my all-time favorite accidental shot.”

(via source)

Where Rainbows Come From

“My Mom has always been artistic when it comes to decorating cakes, but this one will always be my favorite. ‘Jeffaroonie’ didn’t appreciate it as much as the rest of us.”

(via source)

Hiding Place

“This is a photo from my wedding. My sister was surprised when the photographer told her that this is not a common post-wedding shot.”

(submitted by Amy) 

Hairapy

“This is photo of me after I had given myself a new haircut. My mom had cut my sisters hair and wouldn’t cut mine so I did it myself.”

(submitted by Jennifer)

Snake Handler

“Daddy had just killed this huge snake. I didn’t want to miss anything by going to the bathroom, so I just held it in.”

(submitted by Becky)

Outlaw

“My Dad turns 55 today. Here he is at age 24 getting arrested in Mexico.”

(via source)

(Almost) No Girls Allowed

“This is my son’s way of saying his sisters aren’t allowed in his bedroom but his mother is.”

(via source)

Smiling Not Allowed 2

“Camp Nicaragua. This photo was taken around the same time as the political uprising that was going on in Nicaragua in the late 80s. Mother would tell people we were a bunch of refugees she had taken in.

(submitted by Emily)

Smiling Not Allowed

“My mom didn’t like regular family portraits, the ones where everyone cleans up and pretends to like each other, because that would not be an accurate portrayal of her kids. This photo is the second in a series of really freaking embarrassing at the time, but funny as hell now, family portraits. Our only obligation, aside from dressing for the theme, was to NOT smile. This was the most important and we would all get passed if we had to wait for another jackass to stop smiling. Sometimes it took forever. But yes, smiling was not allowed. This picture was the 2nd we had done. The first, we dressed in camouflage and toted water pistols in what has been lovingly named Camp Nicaragua. There was also the Lion Tamer, The Beach, and I think the last one was some Little House On The Prairie theme. But please, don’t smile.

(submitted by Emily)