“This is me somewhere around 1981-82 with a demon at a local haunted house that ran every year. I was addicted to horror movies as a kid (and still am) so whenever the haunted house started up, I’d beg my mom let me to go in with the lights off. After an endless amount of badgering, she finally let me go through in the dark. Expecting me to come running back out screaming, she stayed by the entrance only to see me come bouncing out the exit with a huge smile on my face. To commemorate this, she let me pose for a picture with the demon. As you can see, my smile refused to fade even a little bit and I was probably more than a little overdressed for the occasion.”
(submitted by Lonnie)
“This is my dad showing off his big tomatoes!”
(submitted by Harriet)
“My dad loved motorcycles. This is him on his Yamaha with me in back and my 2 year old brother bungee corded to the seatback.”
(submitted by Miranda)
Sometimes, the most relaxing part of vacation is when you get back home.
(submitted by Dave)
“When I was kid, the movie ‘Cool Runnings’ changed my life. I wanted to be Doug E Doug in that movie. I got ‘dreadlocks,’ which were just braided extensions and I named my pet snake Rasta. I don’t even know what else I could say that the photo doesn’t say better.”
(submitted by Liam)
This is what happens when you see the world through amber-colored glasses.
(submitted by Vicky)
She was exercising her freedom to not give a damn.
(submitted by Nikki)
There is no spoon.
(submitted by Abdulla)
“This is photo of me on my wedding day before the ceremony started. The photographer told me to pretend I was looking out the window to see if my soon to be husband had arrived. I always thought it was such a goofy picture because I couldn’t see a thing out that stained glass window.”
“This is my family. Maybe 1977. The beautiful backdrop of the golden sunset on wallpaper accentuates the glow of happiness on our faces. My little sister is clearly the champion. My dad was a part time photographer in the 70’s, and we took lots of posed family portraits. This one my sister found deep in the archives of old negatives. It never saw the light of day….until now!”
(submitted by Carl)