We salute this impressive body of work.
(submitted by Becker)
Before there were fake mustaches, you had to grow real fake mustaches.
(submitted by Michelle)
“This is me with my family around 1993 or 1994. My parents were planning to move to Africa to become missionaries, so for our photo for the church directory that year, we all wore authentic Kenyan Karanga shirts.”
(submitted by Joel)
With a little mustard and relish, anything will taste good.
(submitted by David)
“This is me and my family (I’m the kid on the right) taken probably around ’88. My dad was taking passport photos of himself and my mom, and they had to try a few shots to get the size just right. Since he didn’t want to waste any film, he had us sit on the couch for the whole photo-shoot.”
(submitted by Reuben)
“I was home for the Holiday’s after I joined the Navy and completed boot camp. My father thought we should have a family portrait. My brother picked up a knife and held it over my unsuspecting father’s head.”
(submitted by Mark)