Vacation

Dump Station

Dump Station - Photos

“Family camping vacation. I’m pretty sure the joke here was that we were the trash, but 30 years later it looks more like we are taking a…well, you know.”

(submitted by Jan)

In Siblings • January 31st, 2017 • Comments Off on Dump Station

How Grandma Got Her Groove Back

How Grandma Got Her Groove Back - Grandma

“Was visiting my grandma and found this photo of her New Year’s cruise. What the hell, grandma?!”

(via source)

In Grandma • January 20th, 2017 • Comments Off on How Grandma Got Her Groove Back

Another Mine

Another Mine - Dad

“Dad loved to visit mines and quarries. The rest of the family had little choice but to go along for the ride. Apparently, we rebelled by pulling our sweater sleeves far out of shape. Despite the mandatory rubber outfits and helmets, Mom always looked stylish.”

(submitted by George)

In Dad • January 17th, 2017 • Comments Off on Another Mine

The Non-Proposal

The Non-Proposal - Couples

“My girlfriend got a bit of a shock when I dropped to one knee, only to tie my shoelace. Wasn’t expecting the verbal onslaught afterwards. (Props to the stranger who happened to take this photo.)”

(via source

In Couples • January 12th, 2017 • 1 Comment »

Taking The Plunge

Taking The Plunge - Kids

“My father took this picture of me, the toddler in the pink coat, at the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris in 1978. All the adults look happy, but oblivious to the girl falling in the water in the background.”

(submitted by Catherine)

In Kids • January 9th, 2017 • Comments Off on Taking The Plunge

Hung Like A Horse

Hung Like A Horse - Kids

“In 1999 we were on vacation in Florida and took a trip over the Anheuser Busch Brewery in Jacksonville. We got to pose for a picture in front of one of the Clydesdales. Apparently he found me very attractive.”

(submitted by Lore)

In Kids • January 6th, 2017 • Comments Off on Hung Like A Horse

Breaking Point

Breaking Point - Kids

“We shelled out to stay at this lovely lakeside resort in McCall, Idaho. The hope was to capture a scenic and memorable photo in front of the lake for our annual holiday/Christmas card. ‘Memorable’ is what we ended up with, as the ‘twouchebag’ (I say that in the most loving way) had a full on meltdown because his (a-hole) parents dared to suggest he recite a standard, ‘cheeeeeeze’ for the photo opp.”

(submitted by Anita)

In Kids • December 23rd, 2016 • 2 Comments »
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