“My grandparents immigrated to the U.S. from Switzerland. On a family trip back to their homeland, they posed for this photo in front of a glacier. Armed with ice picks and standing in the arms of a stranger dressed in a polar bear suit, the photo leaves just one question: What do polar bears have to do with Switzerland?”
(submitted by Tim)
For Dad, what happens on the cruise never stays on the cruise.
(submitted by Peter)
Just in case we didn’t see her.
(submitted by Erin)
After sorting through all of the candidates for the holiday card, the Oxenfeldts knew this was the one.
(submitted by Evan)
This scenic stop was a thrill for these three seniors, but not as much as kicking over a few Harleys.
(submitted by Amy)
“This is a photo of me, my lovely mother, and an angry bear. Obviously, I was just as thrilled to see the bear as it was to see me. I honestly can’t describe this photo any further because I really don’t know what’s happening. This picture does, however, sum up my childhood pretty perfectly.”
(submitted by Kayla)
He had his shorts taken in.
(submitted by Jonathon)
“This is a photo of my younger siblings being forced, by mom, to pose by the Haight-Ashbury sign in San Francisco. This photo has become infamous among our family and friends, we like to call it “Grim, Grimmer, Grimmest”.”
(submitted by Colleen)
Birds do it, bees do it, bet you didn’t know that these do it.
(submitted by Michelle)
“I don’t know whether it was due to the above ground nuclear tests of that era, or what, but a lot of family photos from the 60’s looked like stills from bad late night sci-fi movies.I am only four years old here, and already irreconcilably weird.”
(submitted by Leigh)