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A Kiss From Grandma

A Kiss From Grandma - Grandparents

“My son, Conner, was just learning how to kiss… thus the open mouth.  His great great Grandma Kiser just loved kissing babies.  If it were on video, it should be in slow motion with soft music playing.”

(submitted by Marcie)

In Grandparents • February 26th, 2014 • 4 Comments »

Hide And Seek 2

Hide And Seek 2 - Black And White

The invisibility cloak needs new batteries.

(submitted by Fritiof in Sweden)

In Black And White • February 25th, 2014 • 15 Comments »

K-Grads

K-Grads - Graduation

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Korean graduation just got a little more awkward and we’re loving it. See more inspired Korean grad pics here!

(submitted by Saeyoung)

In Graduation • February 24th, 2014 • 3 Comments »

Look Who’s Talking

Look Who’s Talking - Friends

“I found this photo while going through old albums for my grandmother’s viewing.  The couple in the picture were friends of my grandparents.  The woman made puppets and put on puppet shows for kids’ birthdays.  According to one family member, “She wasn’t very good.”  And apparently, she was a little too attached to those puppets.”

(submitted by Lauren)

In Friends • February 22nd, 2014 • 7 Comments »

Granny’s Got A Gun

Granny’s Got A Gun - Behind The Awkwardness

“In 2010, we sent you this spunky picture of our sweet Grandma Nadine (taken years earlier). We are saying goodbye to this beautiful woman on Tuesday, but are forever grateful to AFP for memorializing her spunky attitude on your board game. She got a kick out of being a part of the AFP family! Thanks for sharing our fun memories!”

We are sending our love to Lisa and to her legendary Grandma. Her spirit and spunk in this photo will live on forever.

(submitted by Lisa)

In Behind The Awkwardness • February 21st, 2014 • 8 Comments »

Selfies

Selfies - Family Portrait

Awkward Rule #723: The self-frame.

(submitted by Tim in Canada)

In Family Portrait • February 20th, 2014 • 6 Comments »

It’s A Hard Knock Life

It’s A Hard Knock Life - Behind The Awkwardness

“I was 6 years old.  My mother was obsessed with me being Annie because I had curly hair.  So, she fluffed it up, bought me a red dress and a stuffed dog and had my picture taken.  I can’t sing, I can’t dance and had no interest in theater.  Hopefully, the photo was enough for her dream.”

(submitted by Kristi)

In Behind The Awkwardness • February 19th, 2014 • 10 Comments »
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