What better way to celebrate a 50th wedding anniversary than by preserving their love forever in cardboard?
(submitted by Megan)
This family takes us back to a time when road trips were even more uncomfortable.
“My mom, bless her soul, absolutely loved her dustbuster and thought all of us should have one for Christmas. We all posed with her and her trusty old one.”
(submitted by Peter)
Never underestimate Grandma.
(submitted by Paul)
Sit on it, dad.
(submitted by Sarah)
A novel idea for re-gifting.
(submitted by Ivette)
Clearly, all of the other props were occupied at this photo studio.
(submitted by Trevin)
“This photo was taken in August 1984. I was 10 and my sister was 13 (although she looks 40). The Cabbage Patch Kid was Emalia Arlene, and I swear she never left my freaking side. With my boy haircut, huge glasses, and braces, I look like such a mess.”
(submitted by Jennifer)
Three mariachis in very convincing old lady costumes.
(submitted by Katie)
“This is my family showing that windsuits are not just seasonal apparel. For the years of 1990-1995, this was our default family outfit for weddings, funerals, bar-mitzvahs, and the like. True story.”
(submitted by Kate)