You’ve been identified.
(submitted by John in the UK)
“This is my 2001 senior picture. I am holding a four-square ball, and I have a t-shirt with my name on it. My mom told me to get a hair cut, so I got a mohawk…Oh. And I am wearing a duct tape suit.”
(submitted by James)
Somebody had earned their treat.
(submitted by Chelsea)
“Me with my two brothers in 1968. We just moved to Switzerland where my father got a good job with a much better salary than before. So we were showing off a new bicycle, a new scooter, new clothes, and my mother’s impeccable sense of fashion.”
(submitted by Gautier in France)
This pig was only allowed on the furniture.
(submitted by Amanda)
At least one of them was convinced.
(submitted by Jeffrey)
He wanted them in his heart and in the dermis layer of his skin.
(submitted by Deidre)
Some things are better to repress.
(submitted by Lindsey)
“This is a picture of my parents, my brother, and I on their wedding day. We all remember the occasion as a joyous, stress-free one, but my mom and I were looking through photos the other day and ran across this one. My mom must have been upset about something, but for the life of us, none of us can remember this moment! I’m the one in the front, distressed about our new situation, while my brother rolls his eyes next to me.”
(submitted by Kayla)
It’s never too early to try.
(submitted by Andi)