Faceslide

October 8th, 2015

Faceslide - Kids

“Me attempting sports at age 15. My parents got an email a few days later from our local newspaper asking if they could use the photo for their junior sports section. The following Saturday morning all 200,000 people in my city got to see this.”

(via source)

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You Can Call Me Al

October 8th, 2015

You Can Call Me Al - Family Portrait

My Mom, Dad, sister, Grandma, Grandpa and Aunt. I’m the little girl with the amazing ringlet in the pink coat. The best part is, this was in the 80’s and you just know we set the timer on that ol’ Canon and Dad had to run like hell to get back to his designated spot. We got it developed and then noticed the gun to Grandpa Al’s head. It eventually was enlarged and framed in each household! Even better, my grandparents are Al and Betty. ‘You can call be Betty, and Betty when you call me you can caaalllllll meeee Aalllll!’ They have never heard the song.”

(submitted by Karrie)

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Toilet Humor

October 7th, 2015

Toilet Humor - Kids

“I have yet to receive an explanation as to how or why I am sitting in the toilet.

(submitted by Melissa)

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Ditched

October 7th, 2015

Ditched - Prom

“Stood up by date, but still rocked the prom photo anyway.”

(via source)

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Snake Charmer

October 7th, 2015

Snake Charmer - Behind The Awkwardness

“Apparently getting home from after a day at the beach was the perfect time for mom to take a pic of me, my snake and my grumpy face in front of the fireplace.”

(submitted by Tricia)

 

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Reading Material

October 7th, 2015

Reading Material - Grandparents

“Love in the 1920’s. Those were my grandparents. About him, I can only say that he was a great intellectual.”

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Matchy Matchy Matchy

October 7th, 2015

Matchy Matchy Matchy - Behind The Awkwardness

“My mom and me, winter of 1981. The matching PJ’s were on purpose. My grandfather made them for us. The fact that the clothing also matched that chair (in my other grandparents’ house)? That part was apparently a coincidence.”

(submitted by Daniel)

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