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Recreating The Awkwardness - Christmas

Recreating The Awkwardness

(submitted by Angella)

Bad Santa - AFP Hall Of Fame

Bad Santa

She wanted second-hand smoke for Christmas.

(submitted by Elizabeth)

She’s Got Pull - Dad

She’s Got Pull

Enjoy the ride.

(submitted by Louise in Australia)

Furries - Christmas

Furries

This family, meet PETA. PETA, meet this family.

(submitted by Anthony)

Recreating The Awkwardness - Christmas

Recreating The Awkwardness

(submitted by Marie)

Red Alert - Behind The Awkwardness

Red Alert

“My mother always dressed my brothers and I alike, but one Christmas, she made everyone do it.  This is the result.  I’m the one who is not smiling because I’m pretty sure I just received a “talking to” for my objection to the madness.”

(submitted by Greg)

Merry Christmas Baby - Babies

Merry Christmas Baby

“This is my brother and I at Christmas, 1965. I was only 6 months old and my brother obviously thought I was annoying, if not repulsive.”

(submitted by Angela)

Split Decision - Christmas

Split Decision

“My boys in matching Christmas sweaters, having breakfast with Santa… until they got one look at him. Their Grandparents took them to the Bay where their grandpa worked. Notice them laughing their butts off!”

(submitted by Leah)

Recreating The Awkwardness - Pets

Recreating The Awkwardness

“After a successful Ugly Christmas Sweater Party, I thought it would be fun to recreate my infamous Awkward Family Pet Photo moment with Howard the cat, circa 1981.  Fast forward 32 years later and here I am with Hudson, who clearly was wondering what I am looking at!”

(submitted by Vicki)

Chocolate Baby - Babies

Chocolate Baby

“Discovered that one digitizing my grandparents slides. Must have been around the late 1960s. We are not certain about what happend prior to this photo been taken. Our hypothesis: The girl stole and eat the boys chocolate and got into trouble for doing so. Result: Girl sad, boy sad. We’ll never truly know, but this is just epic. It makes me laugh every time I look at it.”

(submitted by Judith in Germany)