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Looper

“My uncle sometime in the late 1940’s, back when he was Joseph Gordon Levitt’s doppelganger.”

(via source)

Grandparent’s Day At Church

“It was Grandparent’s Day at their church, so they wanted us to haul the kids down for the service. Our son’s friend came along with us, and after the service there was a photo booth for grandparents to get their picture taken with their grandkids. There was also a large container of props available to use. Our daughter absolutely hates getting her picture taken, and the boys are raising hell (in church!) with a dinosaur puppet and small toilet plunger. Priceless.”

(submitted by Lorin)

Tiny Dancer

“Well, heres a picture of me and a boy slow dancing at graduation.”

(submitted by Jane)

Nailed It

“The baker wouldn’t send us a picture of our cake topper ’til the day of our wedding. Now we know why.”

(via source)

Mr. Personality

“We had a photo booth at our wedding. I don’t think my brother-in-law understands how photo booths work.”

(via source)

Ashtray

“My best friend’s wedding with a beautiful wilderness backdrop…along with an ashtray.”

(submitted by Audrey)

Like A Hawk

“This is a family photo clearly taken in the 80s. I’m the boy in the stylish green pants in the middle. Here’s what my mom said about the pants: ‘I remember thinking that you shouldn’t have green pants (since it was a bit unusual). But you held your ground. Smart. And daring. They’re super good looking!’

I’m sure all 3 of us kids had just been at the hairdresser. I could never do that hairdo myself, no matter how hard I tried, but since I loved it so much I always requested it when going to the hairdresser. And then proceeded to keep it for as many days as I could. Half-way through the week it would start coming down on the sides and I think it looked less like awesome-80s-do and more like halfway-mohawk-do.”

(submitted by Jonas)

Der Clown

“Taking a picture with my GF in Berlin, when out of nowhere…”

(via source)

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 (still) sent to more than 200 friends and family.”

(submitted by Karrie)

Paper Trail

“Wonder when he realized.”

(via source)