“I am the lucky one in the middle on my high school graduation day in June 1979. The two bathing beauties next to me are my sisters. Guess it was hot that day and they obviously decided not to go to the ceremony.”
(submitted by Patricia)
“Discovered this one while digitizing my grandparents slides. Must have been around the late 1960s. We are not certain about what happened prior to this photo being taken. Our hypothesis: I (the girl) stole and ate the boy’s (my brother’s) chocolate and got into trouble for doing so. Result: Girl sad, boy sad. We’ll never find out but this is just epic. It makes me laugh every time I look at it.”
(submitted by Judith, from Münster, Germany)
“This photo of my brother and I was taken on a boating trip in Lake Conroe, Texas. Dad didn’t see what he was doing to me at the time.”
(submitted by Jordan)
“This picture is of my little sister Noelle and me. This was from sometime in 1996. The fact that I was nine years old is my only excuse for my extraordinary bad outfit.
I loved playing with my baby sister. I am 9 years older than her, so I was able to be more interactive with her as a baby than I had been with my other younger siblings. So I was holding her up in the air over my head, playing ‘airplane.’ The following conversation occurred between my mom and I, moments before this photo was taken:
Mom: Rachel, she just ate, you probably shouldn’t do that.
Rachel: No, she burped she will be fine.
Mom: It really isn’t a good idea.
Rachel: But she is having so much fun.
*Noelle proceeds to spit up all over Rachel’s face*
Rachel: AHHHHHHH! MOM I NEED A TOWEL!
*Mom runs and grabs a camera*
Mom: Told ya.
One of the best examples ever of ‘Mommy Knows Best.'”
(submitted by Rachel)
“I had the classic store-bought costume, including a mask with eye holes that never lined up with your own. My brother was forced to don one of my mother’s ‘homemade’ costumes. His face says it all.”
(submitted by Angie)
“This is a photo of my brother-in-law and his girlfriend. They live in a small town and this is from this past Valentine’s Day. My wife wants to show everyone that no matter what age you are, you can still take an awkward junior high dance photo.”
(submitted by Kurt)