“My grandmother worked at the Blytheville (AR) Canning Company when I was a kid (owned by Bush’s). At one point, she presented us with matching shirts for Showboat Beans… I’m guessing “Bean Machine” would be powered by flatulence? My mother had the grand idea of a (rare) family photo of us in said shirts. I’m the little kid on the right who can’t close her mouth (still true). IDK if my brother was sticking his tongue out at the photographer or if it had been at me. My mom’s 70’s-era hair is just awesome, as is my dad’s porn-stache (which was usually accompanied by a full beard that he’d just shaven–scaring the bejeebies out of 3-year-old-me). My grandmother passed away ten years ago, and this was a treasured photo still proudly on display in her house when we emptied it out.”
(submitted by Beth)
“What was intended to be a mockery of people who take portraits with their pets now makes us mock-worthy.”
(submitted by Christina)
We were posing for family photos as a gift to my parents on their 40th Wedding anniversary. Little did dad know his son decided this terrifying grimace was better then the requested happy smiles.
(submitted by Kelly)
‘We took a trip to ride the Texas State Railroad’s Easter Egg Express down in Rusk, TX. It was the first time my son had seen an Easter bunny up close, and he wasn’t too sure the bunny was legit. The fun continued because the bunny even road the 2 hour train ride with us.”
(submitted by Ray)