Girl Takes Senior Photos At Taco Bell

August 12th, 2015

Girl Takes Senior Photos At Taco Bell - Awkward Galleries

“For Ritenour High School senior, Brittany Creech of St. Louis, the inspiration for great senior pictures came to her in the form of Fourth Meal. The 17-year-old told The Huffington Post she jokingly tweeted about taking the photos at Taco Bell a few weeks ago. Then, Creech said, she started to take the idea more seriously. She spoke with photographer Brendan Batchelor, who was into it.”

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Recreating The Awkwardness

August 12th, 2015

Recreating The Awkwardness - Recreations

“These photos were exactly 25 years apart. My little brother, our dad, and our grandfather are all separated by 30 years in age. In the first picture they are 1 day, 30 years, and 60 years old. In the second they are 25 years + 1 day, 55 years, and 85 years old.”

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My Daughter’s Browser History

August 12th, 2015

My Daughter’s Browser History - Kids

“My 5 year old daughters browser history. She uses siri, so it’s voice to text. (She doesn’t have her own phone.)”

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Forever After

August 12th, 2015

Forever After - Wedding

“My cousin finally got married.”

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Unforgettable 90’s Cruise Ship Photos

August 12th, 2015

Unforgettable 90’s Cruise Ship Photos - Awkward Galleries

Love Boat Rejects is a collection of pictures taken by Ian Hughes and his fellow photographers onboard American, Norwegian and Italian cruiseships throughout the 1990s. Working the decks was Ian’s first job when he left Art College in Merseyside in 1989.

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Trashed

August 12th, 2015

Trashed - Prom

“My cousin’s prom date left her for another girl. This was the couples pic she posted after.”

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This Magic Moment

August 12th, 2015

This Magic Moment - Behind The Awkwardness

“So I was going through some old photos and I found this. My Dad holding Magic Johnson and looking incredibly badass while doing it. A little backstory. My Dad was good friends with Jerry Buss’ niece, and was invited to a Laker’s picnic. He played volleyball all his life and Magic, along with a few others, wanted to test his skills. He played Magic and as he was going up for a spike, my Dad slammed it back into his face to win the game. Magic came up to him after, grabbed him and said, “Next time, you’re on my team.” They both had a good laugh and my Dad swooped him up into his arms.”

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