Those Aren’t Ferns

January 21st, 2016

Those Aren’t Ferns - Grandma

“My seven-year-old daughter asked for fingerless gloves with flowers on them. Grandma delivered.”

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Downward Dog

January 21st, 2016

Downward Dog - Engagement

“We took engagement photos with our new puppy. This one is my favorite.”

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One Reason To Be Sent Home From School

January 20th, 2016

One Reason To Be Sent Home From School - Kids

“My little brother got sent home today. I couldn’t stop laughing.”

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Recreating the Awkwardness

January 20th, 2016

Recreating the Awkwardness - Recreations

“My brothers and I recreated a portrait from our childhood 18 years later.”


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Her Son Grew Up, She Knitted A New One

January 20th, 2016

Her Son Grew Up, She Knitted A New One - Awkward Galleries

“I am a professional knitter who likes to knit weird things for my brand Club Geluk. We knit realistic everyday stuff with lots of details and even wrote a book about it. We knit hams, tv’s plants, etc. To set the bar a little higher regarding my knitting skills, I thought of knitting my son. The reactions during the process were so diverse from creepy to beautiful that we decided to make some photos in real life to place the weirdness in context. And then I said, with irony and a therefore for a laugh, that this would be great for mothers who had trouble cutting the imaginary umbilical cord when their children were reaching puberty (I do not have this problem at all). ”

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Vision Quest

January 20th, 2016

Vision Quest - Siblings

“They really didn’t think through the design on my brother’s wrestling shirt.”

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I Am Thankful For…

January 20th, 2016

I Am Thankful For… - Kids

“My son was supposed to write what he was thankful for… I believe it’s supposed to say “My House.”

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