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Sneer For The Camera

“I just love the contrast between my mother’s sweet, Madonna-like appearance and my father’s menacing look.  My sister is the wide-eyed innocent in this photograph, while I am the disconsolate girl in the gingham dress.”

(submitted by Leanne)

Bungle In The Jungle

“My husband and his sister took my son to the park. He had no idea this was going on while his sister was taking a picture to send to me. My son was fine, by the way.”

(submitted by IG @staceyelaych)

Surf’s Up

“My favorite picture of my brother and his wife teaching my other brother how to surf.”

(via source)

Potpourri

“The year was 1992 or 93, the place Olan Mills. I’m the one with glasses, braces and the mushroom cut. My sister and I were wearing matching dresses my grandmother made. There is so much going on in this picture, I don’t even know where to start…It’s cringeworthy all around!”

(submitted by IG @ronislaton

Class Of 2020

“I thought we would take a few pictures after my daughter’s virtual graduation. Our dog then picked the perfect time to remind us what a crappy year 2020 has been.”

(submitted by Kristi)

Free Bird

“I don’t know where this was taken, I think I blocked the whole experience from my memory. I’m not sure why there is a mime next to a Big Bird lookalike. If you look closely you’ll notice Big Bird’s muscular thighs.”

(submitted by Jen) 

Glam Gals

“1996, when my mom and two older sisters got glamour shots and I was apparently too young (8 years old) so my mom wouldn’t let me get them and I cried for two days.”

(submitted by IG @treia.treia)

Consider Me Not Impressed

“I am holding my youngest sister (15 years younger) and my other sister (4 years old at the time) was clearly not impressed by the new kid on the block.”

(submitted by Andi) 

Pillow Talk

“It was the worst vacation we ever took.”

(submitted by Dave)

Reflections

“I took my 2002 Senior Year with my bird, Jeff. It made the yearbook. Ten years later, I caught him reflecting on our long history. Sentimentality in its truest form.”

(submitted by Anthony)