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Recreating The Awkwardness - Misc

Recreating The Awkwardness

(submitted by Sally)

Bugs & Elmer - Couples

Bugs & Elmer

A match made in heaven.

(submitted by Michael)

Throwing Signs - Family Portrait

Throwing Signs

“My parents are both very serious people and do not joke around. My brother and I joke about my involvement in my sorority, Alpha Phi, and my minimal commitment to my chapter. After taking a Thanksgiving family photo, my brother and I asked my parents to make the “throw what you know” Greek Alpha Phi sign with their hands and mouth. They had no idea what was happening and complied out of confusion.”

(submitted by Emily)

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Up A Creek - Dad

Up A Creek

It’s a beautiful thing when a father and daughter can share a moment like this.

(submitted by Kaylie)

Recreating The Awkwardness - Recreations

Recreating The Awkwardness

“Initial photo taken around 1963….no one remembers having the photo taken or taking the photo or why we took the photo. We are 4 sisters and 3 of us are dressed very formal, while our baby sister looks like an urchin. We also have a Brother (we call him Brother) that must have run and hidden when he saw his crazy sisters with Bibles and posing like this! The second photo was re-created on Thanksgiving of this year…2013, 50 years later.”

(submitted by Donnie)

The Company We Keep 2 - Thanksgiving

The Company We Keep 2

Remember, we didn’t choose them.

(submitted by Ryan)

Ransom - Easter

Ransom

Lock your doors.

(submitted by Tab)

Behind The Awkwardness: Amaizing - Behind The Awkwardness

Behind The Awkwardness: Amaizing

“This is a photo of me, six years old, I’m guessing around Thanksgiving. I have no idea what my freakin’ parents were thinking, or why it took me so damned long to realize how awesome/horrifying this prop was.”

(submitted by Stephen)

No Thanks - Behind The Awkwardness

No Thanks

“This photo was taken at yet another un-thankful thanksgiving dinner. Or some other dinner where all four siblings were forced to squish on one side of the table to make room for their elders.  You can tell our joy by the looks on our faces and the empty wine bottles behind us.”

(submitted by Mary in Canada)