A Tale Of Two Sisters

January 25th, 2017

A Tale Of Two Sisters - Kids

“We took our daughters to the amusement park, and we let them get dressed up in costumes. The outfits they chose reflected their different personalities.”

(submitted by Jenn)

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January 24th, 2017

Slasher - Mom & Dad

“There’s an escaped murderer near my parents’ house. I texted asking if they were OK, and they sent this.”

(via source)

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The Way We Rocked

January 24th, 2017

The Way We Rocked - Mom & Dad

“Today is my parents’ 28th anniversary. This is them at age 21.”

(via source)

Everything Tastes Better With Sprinkles

January 24th, 2017

Everything Tastes Better With Sprinkles - Birthdays

“It’s my cousin’s 8th birthday today. The card was quickly confiscated.”

(via source)

Jesse’s Protest

January 24th, 2017

Jesse’s Protest - Family Portrait

“My Mom bought a family portrait for a school fundraiser.  My little brother, Jesse, refused to cooperate, so finally my Mom told him he could just turn around.  Sixteen-year-old me is in the tie-dye, wishing this was not my family.”

(submitted by Gina)

Installation Error

January 24th, 2017

Installation Error - Couples

“My sister and her husband live in a small town. They came home to this note on their door.”

(via source)

This Woman’s Text Pranks to Her Mom Are Hilarious

January 24th, 2017

This Woman’s Text Pranks to Her Mom Are Hilarious - Awkward Galleries

Here at AFP we love celebrating parents who prank their kids, but today the shoe is on the other foot. Liz Hammett has a loving Mom who sometimes tends to be gullible, a mischievous sense of humor, and seemingly inexhaustible appetite for messing with her mother. In a gallery of screenshotted text messages originally posted to her Facebook page, Hammett employs all manner of trickery to get her Mom’s goat, and we all benefit. Technology really does make everyone’s life better. Well, it might make things a bit worse for Mom, but she seems like a good sport about it.

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