Photos

Skunk River

“My dad found a skunk in the river in front of our house. He picked it up to remove it and this, this lovely awkward photo.”

(submitted by Lorin)

Playing Favorites

“This is a picture of of my dad with our two dogs. As you can see, the painting behind him is not of his biological children.”

(submitted by Alyssa)

The History Of Man… Weekend

“Every year my buddies from college and I get together to have a ‘Man Weekend.’ We usually just drink beer and play washers. However, Saturday morning is the...

Down Periscope

“I’m having a vasectomy tomorrow and my mom got me a cake.”

(via source)

Wagon Trouble Revisited

Born To Be Awkward cover model Aleister then… and now. We’re glad to see he’s still got it.

(submitted by Julian)

The Big C

“That was the last time my mom ever did my hair.”

(via source)

Run For Your Life

“When people tell me ‘I wish I had as many siblings as you,’ I show them this picture. I’m Dave, the kid running in this photo. Thought you’d like more info: I’m one of 6 kids. We are from Maryland. The 3 kids in the background are Max, Cara, and Phil. This photo was taken around 1989 or so. Scenes like this were pretty common growing up.”

I’m Dave, the kid running in this photo. Thought you’d like more info: I’m one of 6 kids. We are from Maryland. The 3 kids in the background are Max, Cara, and Phil. This photo was taken around 1989 or so. Scenes like this were pretty common growing up. Read more at: https://tr.im/o2D8m

I’m Dave, the kid running in this photo. Thought you’d like more info: I’m one of 6 kids. We are from Maryland. The 3 kids in the background are Max, Cara, and Phil. This photo was taken around 1989 or so. Scenes like this were pretty common growing up. Read more at: https://tr.im/o2D8m

(via source)

Dad Bod

“This is my father in about 1973 in the Central Wisconsin vacation town called Waupaca. We recently found it in the attic when down-sizing my mother’s home. Yes, he is wearing shorts, but I don’t know why he chose to wear the hat with all that pasty white flesh bared to the elements. The picture is complete with the Frisbee in one hand and the can of Old Milwaukee in the other. Though Dad has been gone for many years now, his sense of “Every-dadness” lives on in this priceless photo.”

(submitted by Cheryl)