The Honor Of Your Presents

August 30th, 2016

The Honor Of Your Presents - Wedding

“You should really proofread your wedding invitations.”

(via source)

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Colonial Chic

August 30th, 2016

Colonial Chic - Family Portrait

“After a trip to Colonial Williamsburg, Mom was inspired to create costumes for the entire family for the next family photo. This hung, proudly in our living room for years.”

(submitted by Andrew)

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The Wedding Baptism

August 30th, 2016

The Wedding Baptism - Couples

“It was at the point in our wedding where we turn around to be introduced us as a family when my stepson, whom I had been helping raise, wiped his nose on my wedding dress. It was my baptism into becoming a stepmom.”

(submitted by Lola)

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The Upside-Down Insult

August 29th, 2016

The Upside-Down Insult - Friends

“My buddy got away with having this license plate for two years. Today he received this letter from the DMV.”

(via source)

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How A Hug Goes Awry

August 29th, 2016

How A Hug Goes Awry - Kids

“My friend’s kid got princess boob at every meet-and-greet.”

(via source)

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Parasail Away

August 29th, 2016

Parasail Away - Couples

“We went parasailing and asked someone on the boat to take photos of us. We found this on our camera.”

(via source)

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OG Napoleon Dynamite

August 29th, 2016

OG Napoleon Dynamite - School Photos

“My senior yearbook photo, shot in the summer of 1977. My mother handed me her charge card (with a note allowing me to use it) and dared to let me go alone to pick-out my photo attire. She was horrified when I brought home a green leisure suit, sans tie. She marched me back to Montgomery Ward and returned it, and purchased this proper three-piece corduroy suit, in rust, complete with a clip-on tie and matching suede shoes. Not only was I Napoleon Dynamite before he was even born, when I looked at the yearbook photos the next year, most of the boys wearing leisure suits didn’t graduate. Thanks Mom!”

(submitted by Gabriel) 

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