Left Out

July 27th, 2015

Left Out - Family Portrait

“My cousin recently confided that he never felt like the favorite child.”

(via source)

Recreating The Awkwardness

July 27th, 2015

Recreating The Awkwardness - Recreating The Awkwardness

“Made this for my mom. She didn’t cry.”

(via source)

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An & Al

July 27th, 2015

An & Al - Engagement

“We didn’t think this engagement photo through.”

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Caught Red-Handed

July 26th, 2015

Caught Red-Handed - Behind The Awkwardness

“My nephew and his wife had some pregnancy photos taken. I’m not sure what the thought process was here, but it appears terrifying.”

(submitted by Laura)

Young People Swap Clothes With Their Elders

July 26th, 2015

Young People Swap Clothes With Their Elders - Awkward Galleries

Artist Qozop photographed young people swapping clothes with their parents and grandparents.In Qozop’s words: “It was easy to get the kids to agree to be photographed, the older folks required a little coaxing. But once they have been photographed, they were often curious and amused to see themselves in their child’s or grandchild’s attire – some were so comfortable in their new getup that they joked that they wanted to remain in that attire for the rest of the day!”

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The Turcumcision

July 26th, 2015

The Turcumcision - Behind The Awkwardness

“In Turkey, they dress you up like a pimp and throw a huge party after you get circumcised.”

(via source)

Let There Be Blood

July 25th, 2015

Let There Be Blood - Kids

“I always look forward to when my sister has my nieces make or sign cards for me for my birthday.  A couple years ago I opened the mail and found this delightful birthday message inside written in little kid serial killer caps. I asked my sister what the deal was and she said Mora was very traumatized that a tiny dot of blood was coming out of her knee after she tripped on a toy. ‘Mora (who was 4 at the time) INSISTED that I put this information in your card so I made her stop crying and write it herself.’

What an honor that she wanted to share her pain with me.  I have proudly displayed this card in every office I’ve worked at hoping someone will notice.”

(submitted by Andrea)

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