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Recreations

A Bunny, A Lone Ranger, And A Hunchback

“My brothers and I recreated our most pitiful Halloween costumes from the early 80’s. I was about 4 years old, my brothers 6 and 11. My middle brother, the Lone Ranger, hated dressing up for Halloween, so that was as extensive of a costume as he would wear. Half way through trick or treating he ditched the hat and mask and no one knew what he was supposed to be. My oldest brother, on the other hand, was fascinated with being the Hunchback. Thirty years later we went back to our old house to stand on the stoop for the re-creation. Only a little sister could convince two grown men to do this. I think we nailed it.”

(submitted by Rachel)

Lawn Re-Creation

“Made my Mom laugh more than I’ve ever seen her. The re-creation was 18 years in the making.”

(via source)

Pet Project

“My cousin, sister, and I tried to recreate a photo from our childhood. Didn’t go as planned.”

(via source)

Beefcake Recreation

“For my dad’s birthday this year we decided to recreate his 80’s calendar picture.”

(submitted by Madison)

 

Happily Ever After, Recreated

“The before and after pics here were taken 16 years apart. We have grown into a glorious family!”

(submitted by Kitty)

Conductor Punch Out

“I found a hat I wore thirty years ago and recreated this photo with my Dad.”

(via source)

Ageless Wonder

“Top shot is from 20 years ago, bottom one is from today. It’s safe to say my Mom is a vampire.”

(via source)

Electric Slide

“For Christmas, Dad gave me a hand-painted adult diaper. Unfortunately, I knew what had to happen next. This is our 25 year recreation.”

(via source)

The Re-makeover

“When I was little my older sister decided to give me a ‘makeover’, complete with blue eyeshadow and teeny tiny pigtails! Nearly 15 years later it happened once again.”

(submitted by Haley)

Sheet Chic

“The three oldest Chewning children have always been eccentric. One of their favorite hobbies was to wear blankets and sheets in an artist manner. The original photo captures perfectly the personality of each individual. After reuniting over the holidays, they realized that no one really ever changed.”

(submitted by Sarah)