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Summing It Up

“I really don’t know which is worse, the size of the collar, the print of the shirt, the hair, or the glasses. Okay, it’s the glasses.”

(submitted by Dee)

Look Away

“I’m not sure what my dad was doing. I’m going to assume that my brother and I had been yelled at by our mom while she was holding our cousin.”

(submitted by Amy)

Pizza Party

“In 1991, my dad opened a pizza shop called Lotsa Motsa Pizza. Before he opened the doors to the shop, we had our family photos with the pizza shirts and pizza. I’m pretty happy we did because it produced some pretty awesomely awkward pictures.”

Playing House

For those as obsessed as we are, AFP friend Suzanne Heintz is back with a film documenting her 14 year journey around the world with a family of mannequins.

You can even pick up her coffee table book.

Lemonade Stand

“Some members of the family were late for another Easter dinner they needed to attend, my father-in-law was grumping about standing for too long, my brother-in-law ran to grab the ladder so I could set the camera on it as a kids were escaping left and right. After twenty minutes of gathering the crew for a quick portrait before we dispersed, I finally figured out how to set the self-timer, framed the photo and clicked the button. I ran to my position and focused on being ready for the shot- I didn’t want to do this undignified dance too many times…Read More

The Most Honest RSVP Ever

(via source)

Jurassic Snark

“A ‘friend of mine’ gave this to his boss.”

(via source)

Dress Porn

“My grandmother, bless her heart, made this dress for me by hand. However, she never noticed the fabric she was sewing was covered with pictures of a couple making out. She then rolled my hair and sent me to school…on PICTURE day… I still love you MawMaw.”

(submitted by Kimberly)

Name That Clown

He wanted a name that wasn’t already taken.

(via source)

The Mannequins

Tired of being asked why she isn’t married, Suzanne Heintz spent 14 years taking holiday photos with a mannequin family. Read More