Sister don’t shake hands.
(submitted by Kelsey)
“Me and my husband brought our children to get these pictures done and my oldest son thought it would be a great idea to take this picture. After they were developed, I thought it was awkward but how could I not put this picture in my house when my son loves it.”
(submitted by Betty)
“Our family gathered in Holland MI in 1985 at our parents house for a family photo . . . need I say more?”
(submitted by Susan)
“My Mom was so excited to take birthday pictures she wouldn’t let me find the closest bathroom first. But that takes a backseat to the fact I can only assume this was my 4th birthday party since the well-decorated “Happy Day” cake wasn’t overly descriptive.”
(submitted by Mark)
This one was a tearjerker.
(submitted by Melanie)
“I recreated a photo of me from 1991. Apparently 23 years is enough time to realize that you don’t believe in fairy tales anymore. Even if you dress like you are in one.”
(submitted by Laura)
Why are you still looking at this photo? You could be eating prawns.
(submitted by Simone in Australia)
“This was taken Easter morning in 1986. That’s me and my little sister (14 years younger than me) I had come home from college for the weekend and must have been out the night before. I obviously wasn’t too happy about having to wake up early for Easter festivities. I think when my Mom took this picture, she was just happy to have her son home from college to help celebrate the holiday. The contrast of my little sister all frou frou in her new Sunday dress and me barely dressed and sporting cheesy glasses and a sleazy mustache is just too much.”
(submitted by John)
“The place: Rural southern Illinois. The time: mid 1980s. The stylin’ dude sitting on the hood of the Nissan 280Z would be yours truly. Mullet: check. Shirtless: check. Red suspenders: check. Shades : check. Black suede Robin Hood bootie thingies: check. The hot gal sitting on the hood of the Mazda between me and the barn mailbox? Why, that would be my sister, of course. Lesson: Sometimes hillbilly stereotypes exist for a reason.”
(submitted by Scott)