“So my father was a police officer and was generally very up-to-date on techniques for ensuring child safety. That meant that anytime we went on vacation as a family to a place with the slightest crowd, all four of us had to wear the same t-shirts so that we could easily be spotted in a crowd. I’m the cool kid on the right with the Flock of Seagulls haircut, wearing my shirt as a dress apparently. I guess these shirts weren’t nearly effective enough either since they were later replaced with bright purple t-shirts with various dinosaurs on each”
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When Mom comes up with our costume, you can be sure she has thought it through.
(submitted by Donny)
Someone didn’t get the memo.
(submitted by Deneen)
“Here I am when I was probably 8 years old. I wish I could find some of this stuff; it might be worth something. Believe it or not….I’m a married man now.”
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(submitted by Ko Yun in South Korea)
He wasn’t interrupting anything, was he?
(submitted by Heather)
Her only question was, “Why?”
(submitted by Brittney)
“Yes, my father’s ventriloquist dummy, Gurgle Worthington, was a part of the family.”
(submitted by Aubrey)
(submitted by Coro)
The suspense was killing him.
(submitted by Mary)