And most odd is that this is a Christmas photo.
(submitted by Katharine)
Otherwise known as a “Mexican stareoff.”
(submitted by Alexis)
The holiday season is a time to come together despite our differences.
When these kids find out that Santa isn’t real, they’re going to be really pissed.
(submitted by Lyn)
“This is me and my family. It was a stinking hot summer’s day (in Sydney, Australia) and we’d driven down from the country in the Tarago. They ran out of costumes, so I’m wrapped in mum’s cloak. None of us were happy about the idea. Can you tell?”
(submitted by Sarah in Australia)
“This is my mother’s side of the family (I am looking fly on the extreme far left). I believe the occasion was my step-grandfather’s 75th birthday, and, as you can see, the instructions were to wear white and khaki for this very special photo. I would especially like to point out the varying interpretations of “khaki”.”
(submitted by Liana)
A look back at a time when art, music, and puffy shirts flourished.
(submitted by Rachel)
“This is my family. Apparently, since my little sister didn’t have an instrument to play we just gave her a screwdriver to hold?”
(submitted by Paula)
You may never have been to Hawaii, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress like you have.
(submitted by Sarah)
This young man had blinked for the last time.
(submitted by John)