“This is my Girl Scout troop in about 2001. Whoever thought it was a good idea for a troop to take a picture in a cemetery….”
(submitted by Katie)
“This is my mom and dad who went to visit my brother in Texas. They stopped off at a scenic overlook in Austin to take some pictures. I have no idea who that is in the background nor why they are dressed that way, but they obviously thought it was a Kodak moment too.”
UPDATE: Sooo… we heard from Jennifer, the Superhero in the background, and got her side of the story.
“As for the pic, it was w/ a pro photographer for some promo work I was doing. My last name is Justice so I was doing a superhero theme. I think this was like March ’09. OMFG, I’m still laughing! Too funny. Anyway, I’m not sure exactly whats going on w/ my face here but I’m sure its more annoyed w/ sun in the face and the wind doing the exact opposite of what we were wanting. I know we got the shot because I used it for awhile but I can’t seem to find it at the moment. Anyway, enjoy! I’ve got more family portraits to bomb… UP UP AND AWAY!!
(submitted by Stephanie)
They only brought the bird out on special occasions.
(submitted by Suzy)
Awkwardness begins at conception.
(submitted by Sean)
“This is a photo of my mom, dad, and cousins at my sister’s wedding. All my family is Asian, except my dad, who stood out even more whilst giving an odd face-smashing, sideways kiss to my mother. Eyes open, of course. By the way, my mother calls his hairstyle ‘The Nicholson.'”
(submitted by wrenaloop)
He would only bark in self-defense.
(submitted by Kazuma)
And there’s still room for the laundry.
(submitted by Bailey)
Happy Thanksgiving from AFPP!
For those who are generally confused about gender.
(submitted by Alissa)
“So, I got bored with the typical holiday cards and decided to do something a little different. At first, my ideas were pretty innocent (we wore Santa hats, reindeer antlers,etc), but as the years passed and my ideas became more and more unusual, I realized people loved it. I have heard from many “fans” that their extended families, friends, and neighbors start checking in early in December to see if the Johnson card has arrived and what I’ve come up with for that year.”
(submitted by Sue)