We recommend socks.
(submitted by Phil)
“This was my photo for my dance recital when I was 11. They wanted us to wear stage makeup. I was mortified that I had to wear this costume, but then my mom pulls out her makeup bag and puts her makeup on me so my face took on a nice shade of brown.”
(submitted by April)
“My first day of Kindergarten 1985, not happy with my mother’s choice of outfit nor her insisting that I “smile or else”. Eventually she caved and let me change but not before forever immortalizing my disdain for ruffles.”
(submitted by Nicole)
‘Im the sorry looking one in this photo, along with my two younger bothers and mom. First Christmas after my parents divorced, and I probably didn’t get the legos I was hoping for. Merry Christmas!”
(submitted by Josh)
Because God forbid this moment wasn’t preserved.
(submitted by Jennifer)
Absolutely nothing awkward here.
(submitted by Ann)
“The memories around this pic are fuzzy, I suspect that I have blocked out Santa trying to lift my shirt and/or pinch my nipple. If I had to guess, I was probably around four years old (1979). Clearly, I am horrified by the look on my face.”
(submitted by Joseph)
“My daughter loved this strange clip art (google cyber corn woman clip art) and had the idea that we should use that as our template for our family holiday photo.”
(submitted by Ellie)
You’ve got two choices this holiday season… either do what you’re told or do what you’re told.
(submitted by Jessica)