The Great Divide

October 4th, 2010

“We had been driving by the monument all week, each time, mom tried to convince dad that there was a tree inside the monument. He refused to believe her. When we finally stopped to check it out, mom took one look at the steps and said she would wait at the bottom. The picture accurately depicts their stance on most issues.”

 5976 Votes

Submitted by Thomas • October 4th, 2010 • 8 Comments »

They Got You Babe

October 4th, 2010

“I don’t know what’s more scary, going down Niagara Falls in a barrel, or my parents looking like Sony ‘n Cher.”

 898 Votes

Submitted by angie • October 4th, 2010 • 8 Comments »

The Mild West

October 4th, 2010

“This picture was taken at the now-defunct/-abandoned Dogpatch U.S.A theme park in Arkansas on one of our many family road trips in our version of the metallic pea Wagon Queen Family Truckster – our bulldog maroon 1979 Ford LTD. I’m the smug one resting my hands on the barrel of a prop rifle pointed at my face. My mother is exasperated from dealing with my brother who cried throughout the dress-up process, ultimately refusing to wear his hat. My father was actually into the picture, which appeared on the mantle above the fireplace in our house for years. After our photo shoot, he led us on a raid of the local Stuckey’s for pecan log rolls. Good times.”

Submitted by Russell • October 4th, 2010 • 1 Comment »

Swept Away

October 4th, 2010

“This was from a vacation to Jamaica, and was supposed to be a FAMILY photo. My husband didn’t quite make it.”

Submitted by Karen • October 4th, 2010 • 5 Comments »

In Her Face

October 4th, 2010

“My parents always had this obsession with us standing on statues for photos whenever possible.

Submitted by Ange • October 4th, 2010 • 5 Comments »

Daddy’s Girl

October 4th, 2010

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Welcome to Paradise

October 4th, 2010

“I’m annoyed because I am wasting my 1st summer with a driver’s license with my dumb family in paradise. I believe my brother was going through Gameboy withdrawals. That or we knew darn well who the favorite child was and they weren’t hiding it anymore.”

Submitted by Denise • October 4th, 2010 • Add A Comment »
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