“Our Cub Scout troop attended a Montreal Expos’ game at the Olympic Stadium, probably around 1980. Before the game they had us take our picture with former players during an “old-timers” picture event. Montreal was more of a hockey town, so I couldn’t tell you who these guys were. I guess I was just happy to have my new inflatable friend, albeit facing the wrong direction. My wife refers to this as my first experience with a blow up doll.”
(submitted by Cliff)
“When I was 8 years old, I got to meet ‘Daisy Duke.’ I didn’t realize my zipper was down until we got the film developed. When I brought the photo to school to show my friends, I kept it in an envelope and only pulled it out part way so they couldn’t see my open fly.”
(submitted by Wendy)
“This is a photo of me (front left), my little brother (front right), my older sister and her older boyfriend taken in her bedroom sometime in summer 1984. I know the era because of the Van Halen posters on the wall and the RUSH pins on my shirt. I don’t remember why we posed for this picture- and I REALLY don’t know why my little brother and I look like we’re modeling for young punk magazine! It’s a strange little scene there. The Van Halen posters really crack me up.”
(submitted by Steve)
When you get a photo-op with Richard Kiel, size doesn’t matter.
(submitted by Jerry)
A reminder for all of us to come together in harmony and peace this holiday season.
(submitted by Angel in Puerto Rico)
He wasn’t always such a posse magnet.
(kindly submitted by Adrien Grenier)
“This miraculous photo is of my darling dear mother, in the 80’s, with what is obviously a cutout of the great Thomas Sullivan Magnum. The best part of this photo is the glasses, but, the second best part is the fact that my mom refuses to admit that it is a cutout. She still thinks she met Tom Selleck.”
(submitted by Brian)