“At the time of this photo, my family lived in a small town off a busy highway. My little sister was ever wandering off, wherever we went; and she had a tendency to put everything in her mouth. We needed a solution to keep her in sight and out of trouble, while we were outside doing yard work. The only thing we had was baling twine, which we kept tied to the gutter. We had to put her on her “leash” often, which makes her adult preference for bondage rather… awkward.”
(submitted by Cindy)
There was enough of him to go around.
(submitted by Lawrence)
“This is my family attempting to take an Easter picture circa 1986 in Mobile, AL. I love this because my grandfather is the only one looking. I’m pretty sure this is what all families look like trying to take a family picture with little kids.”
(submitted by Rachel)
“The original was taken back in 1990 in USSR. I’m the older girl in my school uniform. Not sure why the studio decided to position us as if we’re waiting for a very important phone call. Twenty-three years later and my dad is wearing the same exact sweater, my mom the same exact blouse and jewelry, and she tells me that the collar used on my shirt is the same one off my uniform. I’m not sure what caused her to save that and bring it to America with us when we moved, and then to save it for 20 more years afterwards. I apparently went from school girl to a maid in the past 23 years.”
(submitted by Masha)
Nobody told him he would be in the wedding.
(submitted by Anders)
Their baby will be delivering itself.
(submitted by Sam)
This is why you should never write notes on your hand.
(submitted by Annie)
“This is our daughter, Keira, soon after she was born. I hadn’t quite learned to swaddle her correctly and my wife hadn’t quite learned to burp her correctly. Ah, new parents.”
(submitted by Kari)
“A photo of me with a bunch of speedo men (Australian swim team) at Sea World in Florida, circa 1987. My mother was like, “Go get your picture taken with Nigil!”
(submitted by Lauren)