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Cat Fancy

“I took a series of old-school portraits of a cat loving family.”

(submitted by IG @jerbearphoto

Gutter Gal

“I was cleaning out a closet and came across our wedding album, now I remember why I never look at it. Don’t skimp on your wedding photographer!”

(submitted by Stephanie) 

Triple Threat

“Apparently, in the 80s, this was the best way to sell clothing. Here’s my cousin sitting on her future husband in an ad for a clothing boutique.”

(submitted by Lea)

Deep Belly

“My wife was pregnant with our daughter and we were getting portraits done for our church’s directory. The Olan Mills photography took the typical photos, then wanted to do some special pregnancy portraits for us. He had me kneel down in front of my wife, holding her belly, and used a backlight. I appreciate what he was trying to do, but when my wife and I look at the photo, we joke that I just look like I’m hungry and about to take a bite.”

(submitted by Jonathan)

A Christmas Humping

“This is our 2006 Christmas Card photo with our 6-year-old English Bulldog, Joan.”

(submitted by Amanda)

Glamour Guy

“My husband hid these from me for years, I was going through stuff to clean out some junk and found them hidden and I almost died laughing.”

(submitted by Heidi)

Groom’s New Groove

“The photographer had a great idea for my sister’s wedding pics. My sister is the bride & I am the bridesmaid on the right.”

(submitted by IG @maryehrhart1

I Doo

“While I was busy taking engagement photos for my son I missed seeing their dog in the background. I hope ‘Dotty’ wasn’t making a statement about the upcoming nuptials!”

(submitted by Mary Lou)

Barbie Arm

“We took this picture at a friend’s wedding. It wasn’t until after I posted it and people started making comments about my husband’s ‘Barbie Arm’ did we notice how his arm had ‘shrunk’…”

(submitted by Ernie)

Love & Consequences

“This photo was taken during our engagement photo shoot in January, 1988. The photographer wanted it to look like I was lovingly daydreaming about my fiancé. Looking back on it, it was rather prophetic of what our marriage would be. This June we’ll celebrate 35 years of me trying to look innocent while being bad.”

(submitted by Linda)