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The Joy Of Sax

“This is a real photo of my dad from the late 70’s.”

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The Big Chill

“My sisters and I thought we’d get our kids together for a cute picture to give to our parents. This was the best picture we got because at least one kid was smiling, as oblivious as she was. We actually put it on a T-shirt for our dad to proudly show off his happy grandkids.”

(submitted by Janelle in Canada)

Bear Necessities

“Who brings a bear to school for his senior picture? I do.”

(submitted by Mack)

Bed Head

What?

(via Nezzzers)

It’s My Party

“My oldest daughter Samantha was really tired of her little sister Megan insisting on being in all of her photos!”

(submitted by Andrea)

Doubt

“This is one of the professional “outtake” photos from our wedding. My husband looks like he may be reconsidering our nuptials and I’m smirking (smiling?) at my Maid of Honor … You can’t tell from the looks of it, but we were both really excited to get married.”

(submitted by Emily)

Pep Talk

“This photo was captured by my uncle at my mom’s wedding to my step-father, when I was five. I was supposed to be flower girl and here is my mom trying to convince me to carry out my duties. I was unhappy about my haircut at the time being so bad and boyishly short. I was also unhappy about wearing a dress. I have never been very girly and can count the number of times I’ve worn a dress on one hand.”

(submitted by Stephanie)

It Was A Very Good Year

“I was in first grade. I thought I looked REALLY spiffy in that black jacket, silk vest, and bolo tie. I didn’t realize that I looked like a toothless chimpanzee wearing glasses.”

(submitted by Josh)

The Look

“My niece and nephew on their school field day, my sister was taking pics, and already had taken my nephews. It was time for my nieces and right before she snapped the pic he jumped in. The look is priceless!”

(submitted by Whendee)

Wings

“This is not how I envisioned my senior portrait. I really wanted an understated angelic presence…who wants only serious Senior portraits? You know, leading against a brick wall with my arms crossed, in a casual sweater and jeans and you know…wings unfurled behind me. However the photographer wasn’t prepared and he only had wings with big fluffy straps that were very visible when I put them on. I also didn’t have the photography package that would let us go on location so I had to settle for in-studio. The gold gauze was his solution for covering up the straps. So much for my understated, casual angelic pose. I ended up with a more of an angel glamour shoot. Wouldn’t you believe, this is the photo most of my classmates wanted.”

(submitted by Katie)