Apparently, there was some confusion.
(submitted by Heather)
“This is a photo of my mom, my brother, and my sister-in-law with her priceless facial expression. We were on a mini-vacation to the lake. I’m not saying my mom intrudes on their marriage but… she is in bed with them.”
(submitted by Stephanie)
“Being nine years old can be an awkward age but when you have a perm it can double your awkwardness. At the time, I figured being in a wedding would raise my level of coolness. Unfortunately, if I would have know baby’s breath would have been incorporated into my dreadful perm I may have not been so enthusiastic. Also, lets not forget about the radical twist bangs that so elegantly frame the faces of two bridesmaids. And last but not least, the color of the dresses; EGGPLANT? I know my grandmother made every dress in this photo and they were made beautifully but NO loving hard work of any grandmother will take away from the awkwardness of this photo.”
(submitted by Casey)
“My brother and his wife with their daughter put this photo together, in memory of Elvis Presley for our mom, who’s been a big Elvis fan for a long long time. She actually had seen him in concert the last time he was performing here in Los Angeles. They thought this would be a great gift for her at Christmas time.”
(submitted by Eric)
“I have no idea why I am holding a knife or have a grenade strapped to my waist, but since I’m crying I can pretty much guarantee my older brother had something to do with it.”
(submitted by Marcy)
Steve was finally starting to take things seriously.
(submitted by Steve)
Who needs milk?
(submitted by Kayla)
“This is a photo of me – my friends thought this was worth sharing with the site as I’ve become infamous for the phone dress. I don’t know what my mother was thinking, but I think it was, “One day, my daughter’s friends are really going to enjoy making fun of this.”
(submitted by Priscilla)
“This is a photo of me (in the yellow suit) and my friend Melissa hanging out in a kiddie pool with the three very elderly, very large women-all sisters-who lived next door to me. They were always referred to as ‘the Old Ladies’ and would babysit me sometimes. I don’t know why my parents didn’t stop this from happening. Perhaps they knew the photo would haunt me the rest of my life.”
(submitted by Maggy)