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School Photos

Raccoon Hunter

“This is a photo of my husband, who was an avid Raccoon Hunter in high school. He wanted his senior picture with the raccoon.”

(submitted by Abbie)

One Haircut Fits All

“That’s me on the right. I’m glad I got to wear the “Little Mermaid” dress because it was the only way people could tell I was a girl. I was in kindergarten, my brother in the middle was in second grade, and my brother on the left was in fourth grade. Somehow we all wound up with identical hair cuts. Luckily, Mom pierced my ears shortly after this photo was taken. I had endured people calling me my brother’s name one too many times.”

(submitted by Kate)

Roadhouse

“My wife and I were going through the attic and we found this picture of her high school crush in her ‘high school keepsake’ box. Notice the white socks with the boat shoes. Better safe than sorry when planning a full day at school with no shirt on.”

(submitted by Zach)

To Murder The Faculty

“A handful of senior quotes from a 1911 yearbook.”

(via source)

Wardrobe Malfunction

“This is one of my Mom’s school photos. My Grandma was out of town that day and my Mom borrowed this turtleneck and pink polyester suit from her without her knowing. Grandma was angry because the clothing is so hideous and could hardly believe that my grandpa let her leave the house looking like she did.”

(submitted by Emily)

 

Fringe On Top

“My sister cut her fringe before her grade three school photos. The resulting mullet is impressive.”

(via source)

Propaholic

“My Aunt’s high school drill team photo. Do you think she needs more props?”

(submitted by Christie) 

 

Broken Wings

“This photo is so 90s, I can’t look directly at it without getting eyestrain. I am 13-14 here, so this is about 1992. The carefully-constructed bird’s wing bangs, the big earrings, the dress-over-a-shirt combo… and this was before I knew how to tame my eyebrows, so there’s that, too. The only thing I can be grateful for is that I was not allowed to wear makeup yet. I can only imagine how that would have turned out.

I did not date at all in high school.”

(submitted by Anna)

My Mother’s Blood, Sweat, And Tears

“I think I’m somewhere around 10 in this photo, which would put it somewhere in the mid-80s. This hairstyle is the result of curlers left in overnight and a curling iron in the morning, and a lot of my mother’s blood, sweat, and tears. It is little wonder why I had no friends as a child.”

(submitted by Anna)

I Should Have Been On Drugs

“This is probably one of the worst school pictures ever. I must have been laughing when he took the picture. But why would my mom send me out like that with my hair like that, knowing that it was picture day? Everyone who sees it asks me, “Were you on drugs?”, my response was “No!”, but I should have been. I am a fairly good looking guy, I promise.”

(submitted by Marty)