It felt good to get some fresh air.
(submitted by Brenna)
And there’s nothing more impressive than the mop-boa.
(submitted by Kellie)
A rare glimpse at what a meeting between the Civil War Era, Pacific Islanders, and a Hot Dog On A Stick employee would have looked like.
(submitted by Nancy)
A reminder to always carry a granola bar.
(submitted by Andria)
Every boy dreams of one day becoming a man and making the transition to sky blue.
(submitted by Kevin)
In this family, you are punished for going to the dark side.
(submitted by Jessica)
The holy trinity of awkwardness– denim, mustache, and mullets.
(submitted by Nick)
There is no spoon.
(submitted by Abdulla)
“This is my family. Maybe 1977. The beautiful backdrop of the golden sunset on wallpaper accentuates the glow of happiness on our faces. My little sister is clearly the champion. My dad was a part time photographer in the 70’s, and we took lots of posed family portraits. This one my sister found deep in the archives of old negatives. It never saw the light of day….until now!”
(submitted by Carl)
And we have a new world record.
(submitted by Rachel)