Everything is worth celebrating.
(submitted by Angela)
“My now husband and I are really into vintage Volkswagens, which are kinda known for not being reliable… this car in particular had never run correctly from the time we got it.”
(submitted by Shannon)
“My parents wanted a ‘nice’ picture of my sister and I, and this was the end result.”
(submitted by John)
“Behold the bowl cut/crimped mullet! This is a photo of me from the early 80’s. I still to this day don’t understand how my mother let me have this terrible haircut.”
(submitted by Chelsea)
Another successful match by Tinder.
(submitted by Jennifer)
“So a few years back I was digging through old family photos at my mom’s house and I came across this magical gem from sometime around 1990. That is yours truly rockin’ the pink shorts around age 9 and that is my mom. This photo was taken in our old living room. Now, there was some major family drama regrading this specific photo because I swore to my mom, grandma, aunt, etc that the painting you see hanging in the background of this photo was of an astronaut taking a piss on the moon. My mother however refused the claim arguing she would never in a million years have been so ghetto as to have a painting of an astronaut pissing on the moon hanging in her living room. I argued the claim for 45 minutes but was outnumbered by the women in my family who accused me of nothing more than trolling. I however stood firm by my claim, trusting my memory wasn’t betraying me. This whole thing has since become a running joke on me, all of them ganging up on me to rub it in my face that I would think something so stupid and argue them over it…oh how I effing wanted a copy of this painting to prove them wrong!”
Then an old World of Warcraft friend sent this:
“VINDICATION AT LAST! The astronaut is indeed draining his lizard and no matter how much my family will try to deny it, I now have proof that at least at one point my mom had some pretty trashy ghetto taste for art. The interwebs is indeed a beautiful place. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to give my mother a ring.”