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Columbus Day Letter

It’s a good thing we have the children to tell it like it is.

(submitted by April)

Recreating The Awkwardness

(submitted by Maria)

The Groceries

“Having an identical twin sister growing up in a house without a whole lot of money could be interesting at times, especially when my Mom was feeling a little crafty. She saw something on tv about making costumes out of stuff you have around your kitchen, so she collected receipts, coupons, paper bags and cracker boxes. She then cut the cracker boxes into masks and cut arm holes in the bags. She taped everything on, (not stapled or glued)…taped! We kept ripping and falling apart with every step we took on our class parade. The teacher had to follow us around with more rolls of tape while we walked. My sis and I got upset because the parents kept saying, “oh my gosh! Look at the garbage bags!”

(submitted by Joy)

Recreating The Awkwardness

Some things never change.

(submitted by Toni)

Dazed & Confused

Topless Dads are the new black.

(submitted by Kathleen)


Mom has got you covered.

(submitted by Ruth in the UK)

Halloween Man

His powers are TBD.

(submitted by Blaire)

Just My Lick

There’s no better way to express your love than a Wet Willie.

Fall Foliage

There’s nothing quite like it when the leaves change… on a backdrop.

(submitted by M)


It’s all about the socks.

(submitted by Jordan)