November 10th, 2015

Momster - Kids

“Who knows what I was even upset about, I just love that I couldn’t even contain my emotion for more than 3 sentences. You can feel the tension build! And I’m impressed that even that young I was trying to weasel my way out of things by arguing semantics. Maybe I should have been a lawyer after all.”

(submitted by Valentina)

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I Do

November 10th, 2015

I Do - Wedding

“So… my sister Stephanie married her boyfriend Miles last week.”

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The Gift Of Giving

November 10th, 2015

The Gift Of Giving - Kids

“My son’s Kindergarten journal entry… the assignment– write about a gift you would give someone.”

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Roses Are Red

November 10th, 2015

Roses Are Red - Kids

“Do not let your little brother makes a drink in the middle of the night or this could happen (it’s rose syrup).”

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November 9th, 2015

Doppelgangers - Random Awkwardness

“My family and I were playing the Awkward Family Photos board game . I picked this card and couldn’t believe this little girl looked exactly like my little girl. The girl on the left is from this website and game, the girl on the right is my 10yr old. I’m not sure when the photo on the left was taken, but I took my daughters on 11/8/2015. Doppelgänger for sure.”

(submitted by Linda)


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Duck Date

November 9th, 2015

Duck Date - Misc

“AFP Hall of Fame photo ‘Look Who’s Talking 2′ features me when I was seven years old. This photo I re-discovered today proves I was just as awkward when I was 15. My father was a magician back in the 70s and 80s, and since I looked just like him when he was younger, his friend thought it would be funny to recreate one of his publicity stills. I wasn’t really into the idea, since the duck wouldn’t hold still and the polyester tux was super itchy.”


Look Who’s Talking 2

(submitted by Taylor)

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Fanny Pack

November 9th, 2015

Fanny Pack - Behind The Awkwardness

“Me circa 1993, age 11: Fedora, check. Haircut by mom, check. Oversize ‘SuperCuts’ fanny-pack, check. Star Trek keychain on display, check. Unfounded confidence that I looked awesome, check. I wish I knew where I got that fanny-pack – I never visited a SuperCuts (or any other haircut place) when I was a kid. I do distinctly remember being SO EXCITED to have a fanny-pack large enough to hold a decently-sized paperback book, snacks, and god knows what else.”

(via source)

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