“My mother has this obsession with making clown outfits for people. One Christmas she had sewn clown outfits for me, my husband, my sister, her husband, and each of her 5 kids. That’s 9 total. She didn’t think it was weird at all. “Just keep it,” she said, “because you never know.” So I decided to make HER a clown outfit for her next birthday. That Christmas, this is what she asked for. We paid for her to go to Wal-Mart with the grandkids and get their photo taken.”
(submitted by ej)
“This is a special moment on my wedding day when my father saw me in my wedding dress for the first time. Unfortunatley my brother was “rearranging” behind us. No one caught this until AFTER the photo had been printed in my wedding album!”
(submitted by Katie)
Awkward Rule #346: Driving three thousand miles for a photo-op with a giant sombrero.
(submitted by Chelsea)
If he only had a leftover.
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The only thing they had in common was solving crimes.
(submitted by Jonathan)
Sometimes, you have to improvise the sweat band.
(submitted by Chayla)
“This is my Great-Aunt, who went to my cousin’s wedding in that pastel track suit with the purse around her neck. This picture was taken right after she was told she could take home the champagne glasses. She fit as many as she could in her hands, but made sure she had room for the leftover champagne.”
(submitted by Jen)
(submitted by Eric)
“This is my family and it was a free studio session in the back of a grocery store. The photographer asked if my mom knew how my sister was dressed (which she did) before he hesitantly proceeded. my sister does not dress this way anymore and she completely hates the photos, but i love them!!”
(submitted by Stephanie)
“This is a picture of me, my parents, and my older brother. Immediately after deporting the plane in the Dominican Republic, they put you in front of a camera with two cabana girls and try to get you to buy the picture. We were clearly not ready for this much excitement. But, we bought it anyways because of our hilarious expressions.”
(submitted by Tina)