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Christmas

Sorta Santa

“The day I stopped believing in Santa Claus.”

(submitted by IG @maya_trufaut

Wet Christmas

“My Christmas photo from when I was a kid and peed myself at my grandpa’s office Christmas party. Can you blame me with that scary smurf just standing there?”

(submitted by IG @athermosforyou

Metamucil Moment

“When I was growing up, oh how I loved when my great-uncle would bring his homemade sausage to Christmas dinner.”

(submitted by IG @fiatluxfragrance)

Float On

“This is the photo my Grandmother sent out as her Xmas card in the early 70s. She didn’t like my Dad’s not-smiling face so she cut out one from a different picture, pasted it in place and sent it to the printers. Note the glue on my dad’s face where grandma had attempted to affix the smiling face before it shifted during printing completely unintentionally. Still one of the funniest things ever sent to more than 200 friends and family.”

(submitted by Karrie)

Have A Seat

“My mom was very excited to be receiving a toilet seat for a Christmas present in 1981.”

(submitted by IG @melissastepaniuk

Clutching Pearls

“The moment my mom realized I was going to be a handful.”

(submitted by IG @sheridanelli

Holiday Hangover

“My dad sleeping off the holiday. London, 1980s.”

(submitted by IG @mrsdoomspatterson and IG @carolinethomasjewellery

Dashing Through The Snow

“Our first family photo with our son and my wife wanted to have Christmas photos taken to send out to the family. I put on a smile, but I have always HATED this photo as we looked like giants in this teeny little sleigh.”

(submitted by Joel)

Hangtime

“The kids were having a shoot for our Christmas card and we had no idea why the photographer stopped shooting and fell to the ground laughing.”

(submitted by Kristen) 

 

Hot Tub Greetings

“My parents just got a hot tub and were very excited about it. Therefore, my grandma hired a professional photographer to take a family photo in the hot tub. For some reason they posed with wine and candles even though the children were not old enough to drink… and sent it out to 150 plus friends as a Christmas card.”

(submitted by Brittany)