Chairshelf to armshelf. Difficulty 9.3.
(via Mr. Jimmy)
“This photo was from a period in my life my family inappropriately calls “The Chernobyl Years” (to describe the awkward phase of re-growth after all my hair fell out when I was about three.) It was taken at home, but I have absolutely no idea who the guy is. I asked my parents and other members of my family and no one can identify him. Clearly, he whispered something terrifying into my ear and it made my eyebrows fall off and turned my hand into a dead house spider.”
(submitted by Lindsay)
According to USA Today, an Awkward Family Photos inspired portrait hangs on the wall in a new Frozen short in theaters March 13th.
“It was travel soccer that year and a family photographer thought the flame was a good idea.”
(submitted by Elliot)
“This was taken by my mother on Father’s Day 1986. My sister (far right) and I are less than thrilled to be missing morning cartoons. Not to mention our king-for-a-day dad obviously scored the only tray in the house so my eggs were precariously balanced on my lap. As for my sister’s cereal…that most likely ended up in the bed as well.”
(submitted by Adrienne)