When I was a little kid, I kinda hated getting my photo taken. Going to the seaside was about the sea and not keeping my hair nice for twenty minutes while my father was getting a hold of his new camera. Christmas was also a drag. I mean, exchanging presents and sitting at the table was wholesome, but organizing everyone in front of the damn tree so nobody would fall out of frame -- not so much.

However, family photos aren't just for the people in them but for future generations as well. Someday, my children, nieces, and nephews will look at them and realize that my crooked smile doesn't mean I hate them. They'll realize I've had it since forever. And hopefully, it'll make it easier for them to get along with my grumpy old butt. They're about creating memories, documenting growth, and revealing character.

Awkward Family Photos is an online celebration of these things. It's a place that invites people to submit all the funny, cringy, and of course, awkward moments their family has caught on film, proving that we all know how to make a fool of ourselves, and our descendants will certainly get to enjoy that.

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"My friends Grandma's house. She put a magazine cut out of Leonardo DiCaprio over her late (not so nice) husband's face. The 80+ year old's version of photoshop."

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2WheelTravlr
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1 year ago

That is fantastic!

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Recently, Awkward Family Photos even released Cringeworthy, an outrageous adult party game of painfully hilarious, unbelievably awkward situations. But you could say the road to where the project is today started way back.

Mike Bender, one of the main people behind Awkward Family Photos, has always had a connection to awkwardness and comedy. "As a kid, I was very aware of awkward situations," he told Bored Panda. "I didn't exactly want them to happen but when they did, I was excited to have a new story to tell. I think it led me to become a writer after graduating college. I wrote my first movie at age 22 called Not Another Teen Movie and continued to work as a screenwriter for about 13 years."

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"My great-grandma in the 80's."

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Francis
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i want to be exactly like her when i am old!!

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When the film business began to shift, Mike started to search for opportunities online and saw there was a lot of potential for creative expression there. "Around that time, in 2009, I went home to my parents' house for the weekend and saw my mother putting up what was for me an awkward family photo from my teenage years. She had framed it and was going to hang it in the wall."

"I thought that was such a peculiar idea -- to memorialize this awkward moment. But I also thought it was intriguing. So I met with my writing partner and friend, Doug Chernack, who I grew up with in New Jersey, and he told me that his childhood home was full of awkward family photos. And so we decided to start a website and our only hope was that if we posted our awkward pics, others would do the same."

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“I took my 2002 Senior Year with my bird, Jeff. It made the yearbook. 10 years later, I caught him reflecting on our long history. Sentimentality in its truest form.”

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Aww, that is sweet/tweet.

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There were only a few blogs built on user-submitted material at that time, so the guys put up the site and within a week, it blew up, blowing them away, too. "We started receiving awkward photos from all over the world! It felt like something big was happening."

Now, Mike is 45, married, and has two kids. Awkward Family Photos gets hundreds of photos a week, focusing on the most surprising ones. Mike thinks their project got so big because we all can relate to these photos in some way. "Even if it's not their family. they see their family in others and there's something comforting about knowing that you're not alone."

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“Grandma wanted a photo with her Thanksgiving table settings. Nobody thought to check the mirror.”

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Elsker
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1 year ago

hilarious <3

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“My mom has this picture hanging on her wall in her house for everyone to see. She sends it to me every Mother’s Day. This is me when my kids were little. Apparently my kids needed me and so did the dog, while I’m on the toilet.”

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Vicky Zar
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1 year ago

What a good, beautiful Mom!

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"My daughter looks like a mom that regrets all her life decisions."

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Carole Reid
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1 year ago

So cute. So right.

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"My Great-Grandmother, born in 1899. Never met her, but definitely a legend."

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

Definitely! :D

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“This old picture of my great-grandmother, far left, makes it look like the cameraman just stumbled into a secret meeting of the grandmas.”

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

'you heard our super-secret cookie recipe! Now we have to eliminate you!'

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“My hubby is a teacher. I’m a stay-at-home Mom. We have 5 kiddos, 4 of them adopted through foster care. A long time ago, I heard our pastor point out that when it comes to kids, rules without relationship = rebellion. From that day forward, I made a promise to myself to always make relationship with our kids a priority. And that means having fun with them and having a sense of humor. We want to teach our kids that being able to laugh at yourself (not in a bad, degrading way, but in a good way) is a wonderful attribute. So, we always do crazy photos for our Christmas cards. This year, we decided to make an awkward family photo.”

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Diellza
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1 year ago

Lol we love a family with a sense of humour!

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“During a cousins photo shoot, my brother fell off the stool mid-temper tantrum and the photographer managed to catch all of my cousins’ reactions.”

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Oh, those trousers from the 90's.

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"Reason #82 why dads shouldn't be left alone with their kids."

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

This is adorable!

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“Grandma fell asleep. Then the tide came in.”

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Tee
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1 year ago

When your done with 2020

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“This picture was taken at my daughter’s preschool. I think the photographer thought having her hold a flower would make for a really cute and innocent picture.”

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Jo Choto
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1 year ago

The demon is strong in this one.

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“My parents keep this framed on the wall. It’s a poem written and illustrated by my brother in second grade.”

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

I love the illustration. It is so succinct.

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"My swag peaked in 1987."

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postboredom
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1 year ago

...and then Mrs. Michelle told us to colour in the picture, absurd isn't it? May I have another shot of this no-preservatives fruit juice, please?

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"I found my spirit animal at a very young age."

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postboredom
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1 year ago

it looks like the little girl is breaking off their friendship.. and the hippo still wants to be her friend

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“One year my mom made my brother and I outfits from the drapes that came with our beautiful couch.”

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago (edited)

There is nothing like blending in with the upholstery.

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"My friend's baby pictures look like Mrs. Doubtfire."

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

She does, indeed.

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"My mom and dad in DC in the late 80s."

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

I mean, it was the 80's. Your parents make a great looking couple, by the way.

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“Her husband went to the pregnancy room with her to cheer her up.”

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Francis
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1 year ago

he did cheer her up :D

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"My friend's three-year-old son in preschool today."

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Adam C
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1 year ago

awesome outfit, and that make up is just perfekt.

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“This is me and my dad 1977 Coney Island. He would be vilified and in jail today for this.”

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

I can't decide if that is laughter or fear on your face.

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"When your Grandma looks like Taylor Swift and your Grandpa looks like Hugh Hefner's Brother."

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Phoebe Bean
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1 year ago

Taylor Swift, yes!

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"My mom with her brothers and sisters in the 1980s."

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

This looks like a soap opera advert.

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“Bring a toddler to a wedding, they said. It will be cute, they said.”

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

The kid looks like possessed spawn.

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"My dad teaching math in Southern California, late 70's/early 80's."

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Thea Leval
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1 year ago

Tbh if I had this guy in math I might actually enjoy it

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“My mom said this was one of my favorite things to do as a child.”

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Jumilicious
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1 year ago

I'm actually crying laughing :,-)

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"Just thought I'd share this old picture I found of me and my dad. Hopefully you guys enjoy it as much as I did."

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

Mini Me.

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"My mother and grandmother demonstrating safety standards in the 1960s."

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Tee
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1 year ago

NOPE! Wait who is taking the picture?

Anne
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1 year ago

I'm guessing.. as there is also a nifty sign with the date etc, this is one of those automatic carnival ride cameras, so riders can buy (an overpriced) picture

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Nadine
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1 year ago

My heart raced from just looking at this picture.

Elizabeth Molloy
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1 year ago

Me too! It made my feet tingle. How can they look so relaxed?!

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Torchicachu
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1 year ago

this terrifies me!

MellonCollie
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1 year ago

I remember having see this picture before, and it is a trick with the perspective. From a different angle, it becomes clear that they are not nearly as high above the ground as it seems from this angle.

BusLady
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1 year ago

Even 3 feet off the ground would be too scary for me.

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kjorn
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1 year ago

i feel vertigo just looking at this picture

Ikajes
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1 year ago

OMG this makes me feel terrified just looking at it!!!!

Cami
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1 year ago

Nope nope nope nuh uh not happening afraid of heights.

Hans
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1 year ago

Don't sneeze...

Katy McMouse
Community Member
1 year ago

Speaking of safety standards - my infant carseat was a box wedged behind the passenger seat of a VW bug. With rusted holes in the floor you could see the streets through. Ahhh. The early seventies.

Russell Ellwardt
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1 year ago

How did we ever survive the 60s and 70s?

Louloubelle
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1 year ago

I know, right? I was born in 1960, the youngest of 5 kids. My siblings always refer to me as my mom's "airbag" as I always sat on her lap in the car.

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RaroaRaroa
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1 year ago

https://www.truthorfiction.com/safety-standards-in-the-1960s-chairlift-photo/

Incog Neato
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1 year ago

I know ski lifts aren't actually 1000s of feat of the ground it's still scary cause the baby is free to crawl away. If it was in its mom's arms not so much.

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kasa alex
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1 year ago

This is actually freaking me out just looking at it

Scagsy
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1 year ago

OMG! I'm getting vertigo just looking at it. Make it stop!

Oskar vanZandt
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1 year ago (edited)

I'm feeling faint and nauseous with vertigo just looking at that picture!

Monday
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1 year ago

With things like this I wonder if logic eventually stepped in to start the safety regulations or if someone actually had to fall off first.

Catlady6000
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1 year ago

It wasn't the fall, it was the lawsuit

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H Edwards
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1 year ago

I remember going on a ski lift like this in the 1980s in Czechoslovakia! Fun times.

Mel Schmidt
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1 year ago

Oh heck no!

Mingi Football
Community Member
1 year ago

OMG! No frickin way!!

Jessica Nametz
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1 year ago

Just looking at this gives me anxiety

JessG
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1 year ago

This is definitely the "Mom seatbelt". It's very effective

Popcorn Colonel
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1 year ago

Love how moms holding her 'Lil girl in the seat. We didn't have high safety standards, but we had caring moms. <3

Catlady6000
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1 year ago

Mom's arm=safety belt

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Alexa Francis
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11 months ago

That is high ha ha

Draga Millani
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12 months ago

OMG my anxiety levels just went SRKKKKKKKKTT

Jacey Lynn
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1 year ago

THAT looks scary!

Kathy Murray
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1 year ago

Don't sneeze

Kim St
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1 year ago

back than people new how to behave. they didn't need sit belts

Angela Ismond
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1 year ago

I would probably poop my pants and then fall out

Brandi VanSteenwyk
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1 year ago

I would love to see the accident statistics compared to the current day (minus evil 2020 of course). I have to wonder if perhaps taking safety for granted as we do when expecting others to protect us these days leads to greater or fewer occurrences. Sadly, so many rules and regulations are put into place just to avoid litigation.

Elaine Mattingly
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1 year ago

Good point.

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Sandy Britton
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1 year ago

This is a ski lift. They're still exactly like this.

CorgiChameleon
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1 year ago

I wonder how often people fall off this

Elaine Mattingly
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1 year ago

Usually just once.

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Flavia Slag
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1 year ago

I guess parents now wonder how in the world any of us made it to adulthood. Good ol' days. Wouldn't trade them for a million.

Malou Hedlund
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1 year ago

yeah sure that arm helps....

Laila sinke
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1 year ago

r.i.p to whoever took the photo

Kim
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1 year ago

That's a ski lift, and they're not really that high up from the ground. The sign probably tells you where the ground begins below the lift.

Misterscooter
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1 year ago

With skis on its ok, right?

KT
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1 year ago

O.o

Samantha Tej
Community Member
1 year ago

The mom arm

hashy El
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1 year ago

Holy fuck thats insane. ...

Kim Lorton
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1 year ago

Mommy arms were and are very strong and fast! If you were to start to slip, she grab you so fast, your wrist would bleed! Ever think you had to puke and your mom saw the well known look on your kid face, and snatched you up so fast, and lost Ross you in to the toilet? Yep, mom to the rescue again!

Elaine Mattingly
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1 year ago

Yes, it was a time when Moms were Mommies , loved and protectd their children without expecting anyone to do the job for them.

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Rebekah
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1 year ago

Don't underestimate the power of a mom's arm. Any kid from the 60-70's has felt that Arm Smack when riding in the passenger seat. It's strong.

Sammy Robison
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1 year ago

That's the classic mom seatbelt!

Russian Otaku
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1 year ago

Camera angled upward it's not as high as it looks

Kim Bush
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1 year ago

It's angled upward to get the mountains in the background, and as some of us know the ground is only a few feet below them

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Evil Little Thing
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1 year ago

It's a ski lift, that's still normal. Safety buckles would seriously impair your ability to slide off at the top of the hill.

drmilimili Y
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1 year ago

i feel dizzy...

Mark Karol-Chik
Community Member
5 months ago

This photo gives me ANXIETY!! Man I hate heights!

Una Tarr
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11 months ago

Nothing say "safety" as a arm holding you in place :-)

BoredDragon
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11 months ago

AAAHHH NONONO I WOULD NEVER DO THAT

Marcia Cash
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11 months ago

Before seat belts were invented, Mom would keep one hand on the wheel and hold the baby on the seat with the other. Long after seat belts were mandatory, Mom still reaches out and whaps the passenger across the chest when she brakes suddenly.

Randy Klefbeck
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11 months ago

I thought that looked a bit like Jackson Hole.

Fran Stateler
Community Member
11 months ago

I got so used to doing this in the car in the 60s, I still do it. Some things really stick with you.

Misty Willis
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12 months ago

God given Reflex! Except nowadays kids can't even ride out of a car seat or in the front seat until they get their driver's licenses! LMAO

Anne McGill
Community Member
1 year ago

No, no, no,

Mildred Thompson
Community Member
1 year ago

WOW! I don't think I'd have the nerve to do that!

Sven Mom
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1 year ago

Makes my stomach woozy just looking at this pic!

Sarah Malicoat
Community Member
1 year ago

This picture gives me a panic attack!

Patty Leaton
Community Member
1 year ago

great way to die

Leslie Burleson
Community Member
1 year ago

That is truly terrifying

Kim Bush
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

Ahhh back in the day when kids were told to sit still and they actually listened, even at the top of a mountain in Wyoming. It looks so high because it's built on the side of a mountain, like the ones around it, but they are not physically very far above the ground.

Bird Mom
Community Member
1 year ago

My sibling is afraid of heights. He freaked out when he saw this

Kusotare
Community Member
1 year ago

It's a ski lift. That's how you're supposed to ride it. Millions of people do, with hardly any accidents.

Micah Patchen
Community Member
1 year ago

The mom arm is the only protection you need. Haven't you ever had the mom come across when she's driving and stood fast?? Mom arm saved you from face planting the dash board. MOM ARM!!! *Insert patriotic music and an eagle cry*. MOM ARM!!

Margareta Hagman
Community Member
1 year ago

were ppl that crazy !???

okpkpkp
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1 year ago

It's absurd there are no restraints.

Tugg Ster
Community Member
1 year ago

What????

Brenda Johnson
Community Member
1 year ago

I think I will wait on the ground, at the bottom of the hill.

Bob Ross
Community Member
1 year ago

I don't get it. What is so unsafe about this? It's a ski lift.

Kate S
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1 year ago

What could possibly go wrong?

PapillonOne
Community Member
1 year ago

Absolutely not!!

PapillonOne
Community Member
1 year ago

Why are they not terrified?!

23AClark
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1 year ago

I'M HORRIFED!!!

Naomi Cline
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh yes! The old “arm across the chest” safety Maneuver! Works just as good in a car as it does in a ski lift!

Dorothy Cloud
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1 year ago

Ha, I remember me and the kids before seat belts.

Becky Hendrickson Monska
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1 year ago

The mom arm!

Danimal
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1 year ago

most avid skiers/boarders do not deploy the restraint system when riding a chair lift, nor is it required...

Marvin HoG
Community Member
1 year ago

I still do the arm protection of my son in the car even though he's 16 and buckled up and I'm braking literally 50 feet from the guy in front of me on a residential street.

Marty BlackEagle-Carl
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1 year ago

this i why moms rule

Jean Thompson
Community Member
1 year ago

what the ...?!

Toni Carroll
Community Member
1 year ago

Not only nope, but %*IY&*U*%^&$^&%&)*%^ nope!

Regina Phalange
Community Member
1 year ago

who tf is taking the picture?

Kim Bush
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1 year ago

It's an automated camera, the rider has the choice of buying the pic when they get to the top

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CorgiChameleon
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1 year ago

I am very afraid of heights I could never do this!

M Kate McCulloch
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1 year ago

My stomach fluttered just looking at the pic...

Tim Skeens
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1 year ago

Only the strong survived back then

Cybele Spanjaard
Community Member
1 year ago

It is amazing how we all survived those times , and who IS taking that photo? Must be on the top end. Shudders.

NWB
Community Member
1 year ago

fucking hell nope!!!!

Carlota
Community Member
1 year ago

NOPE

Mia Cardenas
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh my goodness, this terrifies me just looking at it. I'm scared of heights!

BusLady
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1 year ago

That "mom seatbelt" doesn't look very effective.

Max L.
Community Member
1 year ago

You can easily locate it, it's not that high above the ground.

Pandola
Community Member
1 year ago

scary

Linda HS
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow! I remember something similar in my family....😬

Patsy Barrow
Community Member
1 year ago

I remember doing this as a child. I'm amazed it didn't scar me. Would love to know how many fell to their deaths....

Monica Reed
Community Member
1 year ago

NOPE NOPE NOPE AND HELL NOPE

pebs
Community Member
1 year ago

Not even a safety bar! In Italy they existed in the 1960s.

Jessica Jeffery
Community Member
1 year ago

It looks really high but I bet it's barely 10 feet off the ground. I still see people riding chair lifts with kids without putting the bar down.

Jace
Community Member
1 year ago

I keep seeing these reminders of how utterly insanely unsafe shit like this was back in the day. I mean, WTF, humanity???

Anton Kider
Community Member
1 year ago

That IS scary...

LittleMissLotus
Community Member
1 year ago

This made every hair on my body stand on end... they're so high up!

neonn_pieee
Community Member
1 year ago

I wonder how many people have fallen off of these kinds of lifts..

Clavelle
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1 year ago

😱😱😱

MERCI LANGSTON
Community Member
1 year ago

This really makes me stressed.

Sue Hubbard
Community Member
1 year ago

This was normal back then. Everyone is overprotected today. Lol.

Aria Whitaker
Community Member
1 year ago

No, when you know better, you DO better. We know better now, it is not about being "overprotective", it is about progressing and adjusting standards with more knowledge about safety. They also did not have many seat belts back then and about 40% more people died in car accidents. We figured out seat belts save lives, so we changed our standard.

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Yeah, right. What safety standard?

Vicky Zar
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1 year ago

Thats the point

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Vee Lyons
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1 year ago

When children were trusted to have common sense. God be with the days.

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“There’s a reason why my sisters were accepted into private school and I wasn’t.”

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

It's always the youngest :D

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"Our social distance Easter photos turned out terrifying."

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago (edited)

That is one scary Easter Bunny, looming in the distance.

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“My great-grandmother worked for a photography studio in the 80’s. She was watching us one day and decided to surprise my mother with professional photos of the three of us. This gem was one of the pictures. I love how my sisters look so cute in the corner of the photo while I am in a food coma floating in the sky.”

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Phoebe Bean
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1 year ago

"Food coma"! (I´m sorry to say that´s accurate...)

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“My friend managed to make this bubble.”

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

Bubbled*ck!

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“I was baptised when I was about 10 and yes, those are my legs.”

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Scagsy
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1 year ago

This could be mistaken for an exorcism

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“There was a moth in our kitchen.”

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Francis
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1 year ago

how to occupy four living creatures at once - 101

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My grandfather sent me this photo, which he took in celebration of his eightieth birthday.”

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Stew Leckie
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1 year ago

Are those fig leaves? I would be in the hospital 10 minutes later ! lol....

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“If your mum wasn’t making herself into a ramp for your new BMX, did she even love you? 1980’s.”

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Phoebe Bean
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1 year ago

Wonder Woman!

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“Got my 10-year-old daughter dressed up for a nice New Year’s Eve dinner and tried taking a pretty picture of her. I got a haunting photo that looks like she is missing her evil twin.”

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Francis
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1 year ago

i thought you tried on pupose to make it look like the shining...

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“Meet Uncle Jack, the goth uncle.”

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Sioux White
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1 year ago

My sister was going through her goth stage when my daughter was born. My partner called her the Auntie Christ.

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"My Mom took me to a Glamour Shots in the mall when I was 11 years old. I walked out as a middle aged woman who wants to speak to the manager. This is framed in my parents living room."

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

11 going on 35.

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#41

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"That moment you realize you're not the only child anymore."

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Tyler Boyce
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1 year ago

Did he have the baby

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#42

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"My great-aunt uses her old television as a stand for her new one."

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Elsker
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