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Daddy’s Girls

The suspense was killing him.

(submitted by Mary)

Don’t Mess

They’ve finally come to terms with their intimidation factor.

(submitted by Henk)

Seeing Red

“This is a picture of my mom & I at a Civil War reenactment. To this day I cannot understand why we would want to take a picture with a man who is wearing an apron covered in fake blood. I was just as freaked out then as I am now. Oh, and loving the outfit, Mom!”

(submitted by Jenna)

Mr. Mom

Some people can’t wait for Halloween.

(submitted by Janeen)

Happy Meal

She was hoping to meet the Hamburglar.

(submitted by Jill)

Split Ends

“My ex-husband surprised me after work with a birthday cake. I wanted a picture of my son and I for the scrapbook so was leaning forward to get closer to him. I had not been to the hairdresser’s in 2 years and had age inappropriate hair at the time. The candles took care of that and luckily, my husband managed to put out the flames with his bare hands once he realized what was happening. Of course, he missed the shot of me screaming my head off. I’ve been going for regular trims since.”

(submitted by Sharon)

 

Win Win

The award was for the 1979 Boulder High School marching band winning the best in the state. I played the snare drum, which was extra hard since I had to use one hand to keep my dress/kilt down in case a swift updraft whooshed by. Even though the outfit is gone, I still have the trophy and always manage to bring it on first dates as a conversation starter.

– “Mitch, what’s that 3 foot trophy doing on the table?!”
– “Oh, that old thing? Lemme tell ya a story, m’lady‚Ķ!”

(submitted by Mitch at http://www.mitchoconnell.com)


Bun In The Oven

A look back at a simpler time.

(submitted by April)

Don’t You Forget About Me

Three is not a crowd for this kitty.

(submitted by Jenny)

A Pile Of Mulch

“This is a photo of me and my husband when we were dating. Caleb and his twin brother spent the summer living with my family while we (including another sister) worked at a camp. On one gloriously restful weekend, Caleb and I, already dressed in weird brown matching outfits, somehow ended up posing with a huge pile of mulch that my dad was getting ready to use in the backyard.”

(submitted by Molly)