Check Out That Brickwork - Photos

Check Out That Brickwork

“A photo of my beautiful wife and her father walking down the aisle at the House of the Seven Gables on our wedding day. She gazes out at the ocean, her father tries to contain his elation, and all eyes are fixed on this beautiful moment. Except for my uncles’ and cousins’, who are evidently more fascinated by the brickwork than the bride.”

(submitted by Matthew) 

 

A Funeral For A Fish - Pets

A Funeral For A Fish

“My fish died when I wasn’t home. Asked my cousin to give him a proper flushing. She sent me this.”

(via source)

Last Action Heroes - Photos

Last Action Heroes

“I’m on the right my brother is on the left. It was the middle 80s. All I can say is I fully hold Stallone and Van Damme responsible for this. We tried. We failed. Miserably.”

(submitted by Edward)

Grandpa’s Birthday Blowouts - Articles

Grandpa’s Birthday Blowouts

A birthday is always a great opportunity to show your loved ones how much you care about them, no matter how old they are. After the recent passing of his grandfather, at the age...
Destiny - Co-Workers & Teams

Destiny

“Our IT guy sent us a picture of him in his youth. Some people are destined.”

(via source)

Eight Years Of Futility - Articles

Eight Years Of Futility

“Every Thanksgiving my cousin challenges me to a game of checkers. I’ve been documenting her defeat for the past eight years.” Read More
Dad Takes Out Newspaper Ad To Find Son A Wife - Articles

Dad Takes Out Newspaper Ad To Find Son A Wife

If you’ve ever griped about your parents meddling in your life, this story will keep things in perspective. Baron Brooks is 48 years old, single, and childless. He lives in...
Ramble On - Dad

Ramble On

“I’m on the left, next to my mom, my step-dad, and my sister. We’re at my mother’s family reunion. My step-dad was mad that he was being forced to go, so he got rip-roaring drunk before we went. My mom was trying desperately to maintain the happy facade (notice she has an on-the-verge-of-tears look), I was ready to kill them all just for living, and my sister was happily unaware of it all. As long as she was rockin’ the mullet, life was good.”

(submitted by Samantha)