These folks make their best attempt to blend in.
(submitted by Nicholas)
Every sport has its pioneers.
(submitted by Cory)
Go ahead. Take your best shot.
(submitted by Raphaela)
“I used to be a chatter box when I was younger & my mom had this sweat shirt screen printed for me during a winter vacation. As you can imagine, I was thrilled about it.”
(submitted by Savannah)
Don’t look back.
(submitted by Adam)
“I’m the bride and these are my two sisters. The photographer asked my sisters to give me a kiss and well, this is how it turned out.”
(submitted by Tasha)
He was looking for a little more pizzaz.
(submitted by Brian)
And then they proceeded to eat Christmas dinner on top of themselves.
(submitted by Chris)
“1975. Little league. In the middle of a game, the league photographer showed up to snap our team photograph. That inning, I had been playing catcher and was wearing all of the catcher’s gear– chest protector, face mask, helmut, shin guards and of course, the team cup which I wore over the uniform. I forgot to remove something before the photograph was snapped and to this day, I believe the photographer got a helluva good laugh out of it.”
(submitted by Bob)
“Even a 4 year-old knows there’s no “winging it” with birthday candles. This is my brother’s birthday. My mom had obviously forgotten the candles and had instead snapped Christmas taper candles in half.”
(submitted by Denise)