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Permilicious Revisited

Permilicious Revisited - Recreations

The ladies of “Permilicious” stopped by the Awkward Family Photos Museum Exhibition this week in Geneva, IL and we we want to thank them for sending us this photo.

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In Recreations • July 29th, 2015 • 1 Comment »

Fallen

Fallen - Kids

“I hear my 3 year old screaming, “Help! Mommy!” I ran to find him. Poor thing had forgotten to put his potty seat on and fell in the toilet. Of course, I had to take a picture before helping him out.”

(submitted by Amanda)

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Cult Of Personality

Cult Of Personality - Family Portrait

“When I was about 5 (I’m 40 now) my parents thought it would be fun to take some weird pictures on a camping trip to send to their friends and family.  Apparently, we frightened the park ranger. The end result is a pretty fantastic family portrait.  I can’t decide if we look more like the missing three from Fleetwood Mac or the leaders of a cult.”

(submitted by Jennifer)

In Family Portrait • July 29th, 2015 • 3 Comments »

Jekyll & Hyde

Jekyll & Hyde - Family Portrait

“My daughter is the ultimate troll. She switches from a smile to this face in every picture.”

(via source)

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Letter To My Future Self

Letter To My Future Self - Kids

“In 5th grade we had to write letters to our future self. I’m so glad my mom saved this.”

(via source)

In Kids • July 29th, 2015 • 4 Comments »

Odd Man Out

Odd Man Out - Friends

“This is what it looks like when I’m out with friends.”

(via source)

In Friends • July 29th, 2015 • 2 Comments »

Till Death

Till Death - Awkward Galleries

“One couple is giving a whole new meaning to the marriage vow “till death do us part” with these funeral-themed wedding photos featuring a gleaming white casket. While some people may find the concept morbid, the unusual theme holds a special meaning to Jenny Tay, 29, and Darren Cheng, 30, who both work in the funeral business. Cheng, the business development director and grief counselor at Direct Funeral services, was initially taken aback when his wife-to-be proposed the idea, but soon came around to it. “I am not superstitious and it makes sense,” he told the Strait Times. He added, “In some cultures and religions, death means life and rebirth.””

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In Awkward Galleries • July 29th, 2015 • 2 Comments »
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