Summer Of 69

April 5th, 2017

Summer Of 69 - Dad

“My dad in 1969. I’d love to know how this happened.”

(via source)

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The Head Family

April 5th, 2017

The Head Family - Dad

“This is a photo of my parents and all of our heads: four daughters and their respective families. My Dad loves photography, and recently purchased a green screen so that our family photos could miraculously be in any lovely location in the world. This one, however, highlights the fact that he might want to improve his cutting and pasting skills.”

(submitted by Susie) 


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The Hairy Fairies

April 5th, 2017

The Hairy Fairies - Awkward Galleries

Heather Larkin is an Athens, Georgia-based portrait photographer whose business, Fairyography, caters to little girls’ dreams come true, dressing them like fairies and photographing them in ethereal settings. Last year, Heather spoofed her business on April Fool’s Day in a photo series she called Hairyographgy–pretty much the same idea as Fairyography, but swapping little girls for hairy adult men. Sure enough, when the Internet got wind of the joke project, Hairyography took on a life of its own. Heather reprised it for April Fool’s this year and compiled the best selections into a calendar, whose proceeds go to prostate cancer research.

Now, grab your beard oil and enjoy this gallery of whimsical, hirsute gentlemen below.

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The 13 Strangest Board Games Ever

April 5th, 2017

The 13 Strangest Board Games Ever - Awkward Galleries

Our friends at Flashbak compiled this list of the most peculiar board games and we thought it was too good not to share.

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Kiss Off

April 5th, 2017

Kiss Off - Kids

“Little girls’ reaction to the kiss at a wedding.”

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Doctor’s Orders

April 4th, 2017

Doctor’s Orders - Photos

“I got this shirt at an event sponsored by Dr. Pepper.”

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The Next Zuckerberg

April 4th, 2017

The Next Zuckerberg - Kids

“My eight-year-old daughter did this at home on her own. It started when she wanted to purchase an app and she couldn’t. It wound up being five pages long. I think she’s going to be a computer whiz. And yes, the “Oh my gosh, look!” is, indeed, a reference to ‘I Like Big Butts.'”

(submitted by Erin) 

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