Isn’t It Ironic*

September 29th, 2010

Submitted by micah • September 29th, 2010 • 1 Comment »

Stranger Than Family

September 29th, 2010

“Ben and Muriel Ellis took me on a trip on a train from Washington State to Georgia to see my family….,..but who are these people? Next time, I’m taking Virgin!”

Submitted by Denise • September 29th, 2010 • Add A Comment »

The Disney Situation

September 29th, 2010

“Proof that every guy from Jersey looks like The Situation at one point in their lives. I’m the one with the scrunchie and the attitude. We drove from NJ to Florida and when we got there everyone just wanted to do their own thing but first they made us take a stupid picture. This is from the Park family Disney vacation, 1990.”

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Submitted by Jennifer • September 29th, 2010 • 7 Comments »

Who Wears Short Shorts?

September 29th, 2010

“This is my husband in the middle with the lovely legs and the bitchin’ shades. People constantly thought my husband was a girl when he was younger.”

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Submitted by Jen • September 29th, 2010 • 10 Comments »

The Piccadilly Pout

September 29th, 2010

“Smile” I told them…and this was the result. Of course, it was about the 300th photo taken of them as we wandered thru London that day in July 2005.”

Submitted by irene • September 29th, 2010 • 2 Comments »


September 29th, 2010

“The summer before I started 8th grade, my parents decided to take us on an “adventure” to Florida. We drove to Florida in a 1984 Chevette (three kids, mom, dad and no AC). My youngest sister took this picture. My other sister was not happy about having her picture taken and decided to pout. Still can’t figure out why dad’s socks are pulled up so high and mom has her shirt tucked in.”

Submitted by Racheal • September 29th, 2010 • Add A Comment »


September 29th, 2010

“This picture was actually taken in 1993. It’s a picture of a picture because we’re high-tech like that in our family. I was going through that awkward 13-year-old stage in life so I refused to wear a swimsuit, so I was uncomfortable and miserable all day. My family didn’t seem to care. My little brother was, as always, oblivious.”

Submitted by Brenda • September 29th, 2010 • 1 Comment »
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