“I was going through old photo albums at my future father in-law’s house to scan childhood images of my fiance for our wedding slideshow. Both my fiance and his father are pretty masculine…played football, served in the military and in law enforcement…but somewhere along the way, my fiance’s former stepmother managed to dress the guys in these terrible outfits and drag them to an Olan Mills for what I can only imagine was one of the worst afternoons of their lives.”
(submitted by Kimberly)
“This picture was taken in a photo booth that was quite small. We all tried our best to fit..well…this was the end result!! It has been one of our most treasured family portraits for years!!”
(submitted by Charlene)
Picked the wrong day to wear ankle-highs.
(submitted by Shantal in Canada)
They agree to disagree.
(submitted by Christine)
“I’m a photographer and was taking pictures for a beautiful family, but their littlest member was not a fan. Multiple times, he told me no as I asked him to smile and in this picture he just refused to even sit with his family. What we ended up with is a gorgeous family portrait with little Jack admiring from afar likely telling me no in protest of our photo shoot.”
(submitted by Coral)
That’s one way to avoid a photo.
(submitted by Anna in Canada)
A little bit country. A little bit rock & roll.
(submitted by Anthony)
“Growing up our house was in the country next to an old farm. The original “pump house” or well was in our back yard. My parents thought it would be great to dress in colonial attire and pose in front of the “pump house”. Since it was 1976 my mom had sewn costumes for the bicentennial parade that were riding in and there you go…….the “colonial family” picture. I didn’t know that they had schnauzers and cocker spaniels during that time.”
(submitted by Susan)
The eye roll heard around the world.
(submitted by Erin)
“Taken at a family reunion in northern Illinois in 2002. My siblings and I are showing off a talent that runs in our father’s side of the family.”
(submitted by Andrew)