Jack, Be Nimble

October 3rd, 2016

Jack, Be Nimble - Kids

“My brother tried to draw ‘Jack’ jumping over the candlestick. Here’s the candle he was trying to draw.”

candle 2

(submitted by Rhiannon)

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Preppie And Punk Rocker

October 3rd, 2016

Preppie And Punk Rocker - Family Portrait

“My brother and I are very different. I was a high school dropout and he was a top student, but we both turned out very well. I’m in the Black Flag shirt and he’s in the sweater. Mom got a coupon for free photos at the mall so she dragged us, and history was made. I consented only on the condition that I could wear whatever I wanted. Unfortunately, I also allowed my mom to blow dry my hair like that.”

(submitted by Ruben)



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Crossing Paths

October 3rd, 2016

Crossing Paths - Kids

“My husband’s school picture in 1985.”

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Teacup Apology

October 2nd, 2016

Teacup Apology - Photos

“When I found a not so clean teacup put back with the rest.”

(submitted by Angela)

Black Icing

October 2nd, 2016

Black Icing - Photos

“The bakery used black icing instead of fondant. The groom thought it tasted great!”

(submitted by Cheryl)

The Clown

October 1st, 2016

The Clown - Photos

“I was nearly five years old and my grandma thought it would be so cute if I took a picture with a clown she made for me. Ironically that same year, I was also wearing the clowns outfit double duty for my Halloween costume. Some things you never forget.”

(submitted by Brock)

Group Hug

October 1st, 2016

Group Hug - Photos

“The pic is from my wedding day and the photographer was doing solo shots of my wife in her wedding dress, I was hanging out with the bridesmaids watching and told them thanks for coming out and gave them both a hug as soon as I did that they wanted a couple picture of my wife and I and called me over but we were in mid hug and my wife turned around so they snapped a picture of the 4 of us. My wife had a WTF look on her face that was priceless.”

(submitted by James)

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