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Holy Shirt

“This is me and my brother. I always wonder who put that shirt on him. LOL!”

(submitted by Nicholas)

Batter Up

“This is me, my brother, and my sister on the couch with our Uncle John, who was getting tired of us. None of us seem to care.”

(submitted by Carin) 

Graduation Bingo

“My Mom made this to entertain the family during a graduation ceremony.”

(via source)

Mohawk Pride

“This is a photo of my family taken in 1987. I have a long mohawk and I am in the back center of this photo. My dad wanted to know how I was going to hide the mohawk in the family photo but my mom said ‘Heck no, he’s gonna wear it up!'”

(submitted by Chris)

Jortman

“This is my Dad prancing around in his cut off jeans. The two older women in the background look generally concerned, and with good reason. Yeah I see where I get my extreme enthusiasm for jorts.”

(submitted by Ashley) 

Magnum P.I.

“My friend is a teacher. His coworkers take Magnum P.I. and school picture day very seriously.”

(via source)

Forever Awkward

“These are my parents, in their high school yearbook. Personally i find the caption to be the most awkward part.”

(submitted by Cecelia)

Public Health Advisory

“This was a submission from a 7th grader in my hometown newspaper’s design-an-ad contest.”

(via source)

Barbie Arm

“We took this picture at a friend’s wedding. It wasn’t until after I posted it and people started making comments about my husband’s “Barbie Arm” did we notice how his arm had ‘shrunk’…”

(submitted by Ernie)

Bulldog Wedding Jitters

“I was married in March 2016, and we thought it would be cute to have our bulldog, Murdock, as the ring bearer. Unfortunately the night before at rehearsal dinner little Murdock ate some berries that had fallen from the trees at our venue. When it came time for our daughter to walk Murdock down the aisle, he had some tummy troubles. My daughter handled it like a boss. She waited for Murdock to finish and walked on like nothing happened. We had a large wedding so only the guests in the back rows witnessed the event. My dad and I saw the whole thing from the staging area and it was so hard not to laugh while we walked around the mess down the aisle. Fortunately it was all cleaned up before my husband and I made our way back up the aisle after the ceremony.”

(submitted by Lisa, photography by Ana Bacerra Photography)