Mom: Now Josh, I don't want you wearing those old lawn-mowing sneakers for your school picture today.Josh: Mom, it doesn't matter which shoes I wear, they won't show up in the picture.Mom: You never know, Josh. Just listen to me, and wear your nice shoes.Josh(Thinking to himself): I'll show you, bitch.
Plastic crates, fake balloons nailed to the wall, dirty white sneakers: Best party ever!
I didn't know Michael Jackson had his own portrait studio.
The plastic crates, the hand-drawn backdrop, the cheap prop balloons and the uneasy smiles...I'm guessing the photographer was a pedophile working out of his basement.
Obviously a vast amount of money spent on the “party atmosphere” and props ... what a lively bunch ...
sitting on crates is not that comfortable, obviously.
hahaha Anonymous you made me choke on my Dr. Pepper.
Wait....are those hightop Reebok Pumps?! You were not cool unless you had hightop Reebok pumps.Zach morris called, he wants his stonewashed jeans back.
The girls' outfits sure look homemade by some craft-crazy mom. Ugh. Poor girls never had a chance of growing up hot.
I want those shoes...NOW!
awesome! i had those high top pumps!!! Best shoes EVER!
Girl in last Pic: "you told me it was a slumber party!!!"
you guys are hating on his fresh beeboks.*yes with the b
I wish i was invited to the party :(
whaa! those fake floating balloons make me remind stephen King's "IT", there's just missing pennywise..."Hi Georgy, I'm Pennywise the dancing clown...do you want your boat? Do you want a balloon?..."Scary!
For that last girl...yep, I'd bet good money that she had a "crafty" mom with an old Singer sewing machine (circa 1954) in the basement. I had a friend whose mom made her outfits just as hideous.Looking at the fabric itself, I'd also be willing to bet the little girl "forgot" to tell her mom it was Picture Day until the day before. And Mom got all frantic because the local linen store was closed, so she either tore down the living-room curtains OR possibly the dining room tablecloth, stole buttons off some hideous ottoman and whipped up a snazzy new getup for her daugher's school picture. Ah, childhood.
"Yo, Chris, this is some party.""Yeah."
Holy crap... I was in the same class as those kids in elementary school back in '93. I think I even attended the same party. Hahah Wow.
Anonymous-with the fabric from the curtains comment...I have NOT laughed until I cried in some time...I need to go lie down!Hope they're all okay!
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