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The Pacifists

“These 2 were absolutely done with picture day, until Mommy whipped out the paci’s!”

(submitted by Samantha)

The Reba McEntire

“Taken probably in 1996.  To this day, I’m still questioning how my mom and hairdresser thought this ‘do was a good look for picture day at school.  And combine it with pre-braces teeth…”

(submitted by Madeline)

Blank Space

“Our mom’s first marriage didn’t end well so we have been told that my grandmother altered the wedding photo shortly after the dissolution. This is a good example of our families no-nonsense approach when encountering difficulties in life. Cut it out and move on.”

(submitted by Paula)

Just A Taste

“This is a photo of my siblings and I. Quinton was a biter.”

(submitted by Alex)

 

Doll House

“This is a picture of my husband and his mother that has been on our shelf for years in our bedroom. My husband just noticed the creepy guy in the window in the back.”

(submitted by Joanna)

Recreating The Awkwardness

“For Father’s Day this year, my sister and I decided to recreate this gem.”

(submitted by Jessica)

Father Of The Bride

“I’m not sure what the photographer was thinking when he posed me and dad like this it’s awkward.”

(submitted by Candy)

Dads And Their Awkward Fashion Choices

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Moustache Rides

“My older step-sisters had given me this shirt that I never understood at the time but because they gave it to me, I loved it. I realized many years later what the shirt meant and then started remembering the looks I would get from teachers & adults when I wore the shirt. Why they allowed me to wear it as my Grade 7 class picture, I’ll never know but I’ve got a great story as the result of it.”

(submitted by Al)

Flower Power

When Tennessee mother Michelle Hall got married on Saturday, she wasn’t the only one getting a kiss. Her 4-year-old daughter, Anderson, decided to get a smooch of her own, too, and surprised everyone when she planted one on the ring bearer, Ike.

“I set up the entire wedding party for a formal shot as I do with every wedding, and then asked the bride and groom to kiss,“ photographer Leah Bullard told The Huffington Post. “Since Anderson had been calling herself the bride the whole day, she assumed I was referring to her and went in for a kiss too. It was a memorable moment that had everyone in tears laughing.”

(via source)