What would childhood be without a pipe.
(submitted by Chloe)
(submitted by Becca)
“This is my older sister and I in 1985. I was only a year old and she was three. This picture represents how she pretty much manhandled me through most of our childhood. But I thought she was the greatest and eventually gave in and just did whatever she told me to do. Luckily, we had another sister with whom we teamed up and tortured together.”
(submitted by Stacey)
“This is a picture of my 6 year old daughter Isabella with a lovely tampon in her nose. She remembers EVERYTHING and at some point in her life, I must’ve told her tampons were for nose bleeds. She busted into my room one day with a bloody nose and remedy.”
(submitted by Toni)
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Today’s question is #13 from the game….
So, due to the the Facebook hiccup, we’ve decided to crown two winners… congratulations to Mark & Camille! Your board games are on the way.
Ashes to Asses (submitted by Mark)
In Loo of Flowers (submitted by Camille)
“Our daughter had rebellious teen years. Now 26 and a successful young adult, this (and similar) pictures make wonderful blackmail material.”
(submitted by Mary Ellen)
“Dysfunctional family vacation circa 1967. Why am I wearing that outfit? Why do my sisters and I have such strange expressions? Why is my mom the only one smiling? And why is she hiding behind the umbrella pole?”
(submitted by Paula)
“Ever since my older sister was born, my dad was filming and taking photos of us. Then I was born and we went to Hersey park. It seems having a baby in a stroller helped equip dad with a way to carry his camera bag.”
(submitted by Jax)