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Welcome To Arkansas

Welcome To Arkansas - Behind The Awkwardness

“During a road trip from Kansas to Florida in 1987, this was my standard pose for all state welcome signs. None more appropriate than Arkansas.”

(submitted by Derek)

In Behind The Awkwardness • November 14th, 2015 • 3 Comments »

Retaliation Notes

Retaliation Notes - Kids

“My niece is mad at her sisters. Today, my brother found her retaliation notes.”

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In Kids • November 11th, 2015 • 5 Comments »

The Dinner Bracket

The Dinner Bracket - Kids

“My friend’s 6-year-old brother is obsessed with making brackets. He now uses them to solve everyday dilemmas, such as what to eat for dinner.”

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In Kids • November 10th, 2015 • 5 Comments »

Momster

Momster - Kids

“Who knows what I was even upset about, I just love that I couldn’t even contain my emotion for more than 3 sentences. You can feel the tension build! And I’m impressed that even that young I was trying to weasel my way out of things by arguing semantics. Maybe I should have been a lawyer after all.”

(submitted by Valentina)

In Kids • November 10th, 2015 • Add A Comment »

The Gift Of Giving

The Gift Of Giving - Kids

“My son’s Kindergarten journal entry… the assignment– write about a gift you would give someone.”

(via source)

In Kids • November 10th, 2015 • 1 Comment »

Roses Are Red

Roses Are Red - Kids

“Do not let your little brother makes a drink in the middle of the night or this could happen (it’s rose syrup).”

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In Kids • November 10th, 2015 • Add A Comment »

Fanny Pack

Fanny Pack - Behind The Awkwardness

“Me circa 1993, age 11: Fedora, check. Haircut by mom, check. Oversize ‘SuperCuts’ fanny-pack, check. Star Trek keychain on display, check. Unfounded confidence that I looked awesome, check. I wish I knew where I got that fanny-pack – I never visited a SuperCuts (or any other haircut place) when I was a kid. I do distinctly remember being SO EXCITED to have a fanny-pack large enough to hold a decently-sized paperback book, snacks, and god knows what else.”

(via source)

In Behind The Awkwardness • November 9th, 2015 • 1 Comment »
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