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Blowing Up

“Our Cub Scout troop attended a Montreal Expos’ game at the Olympic Stadium, probably around 1980. Before the game they had us take our picture with former players during an “old-timers” picture event. Montreal was more of a hockey town, so I couldn’t tell you who these guys were. I guess I was just happy to have my new inflatable friend, albeit facing the wrong direction. My wife refers to this as my first experience with a blow up doll.”

(submitted by Cliff)

Kids Traumatized By Mascots

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Rabbit Ears

“This is a photo of my wife (in the middle) with her sister and dad. I love the before and after aspect of this picture. You can see the glee of a 10 year old who is certain she has a great idea, then the moment immediately after her mom (taking the picture) says ,”Put your hand down!” and how crushed she seems. Everyone else in the photo’s apparent obliviousness only adds to the moment.”

(submitted by Chris)

Photog Puts Herself Into Childhood Photos

Japanese photographer Chino Otsuka travels through the past by imagining what it might be like to meet herself as a child. Read More

Uncle Dave

“My uncle’s gift to the family this year wasn’t really appreciated.”

(via joshyboy401)

Shroomed For Success

“My parents used to tell my only brother and I that we used to have another brother who turned into a mushroom from not taking a bath. They even added him to the family albums.”

(via source)

18 Disastrous Birthday Cakes For Kids

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Cinco De Why-o

“My sister and I had a long day carrying our fanny packs around Disney, but our mom wanted to get a fiesta photo at Epcot for good measure. No queremos sombreros!”

(submitted by Lauren)

Brothers Recreate Their Childhood Photographs

Reddit user mattybgcg and his brother decided to embrace it all when they went to Target to get their parents a truly personalized gift. Read More

Bad To The Bone

“One morning two years ago my son had a bad hair day. As a third grade boy, he did not want to remedy this – no matter what I said. I gave up- choosing to pick my battles. Neither one of us remembered that it was Picture Day.”

(submitted by Sarah)