Welcome to an Autodidact's egregiously oversimplified pleonasmic emporium of hodge-podgery
I quite fancy 1982. But I've always been a bit 'wrong'.Sx
I see in 1968 you went with the Condoleeza Rice!
You try SO hard to look good..But......
That's very funny. But why doesn't the first one fit with the others?
That first one looks like a backwoods yokel from the Arkansas hills or something.... yikes!1966 = talk show host.Love the big hair in 1984!
[OT] Donn my main main, brother from winnipeg.Guess what... yesterday my flight from Shimla to Delhi was cancelled and we were stuck on a mountain wondering where to go. And I met this fine Canadian gentleman and we chatted about his travels and etc. He and his wife have trekked through Nepal and Bhutan for 10 days...and they are like 60 years old. And there I was whining about climbing stairs and all, when they have the determination to walk the Himalayas! And I told them I have buddy in Winipeg, much to their surprise. And they did confirm how cold a place u live in :P It seems in BBC...they mainly show the temperatures of 3 places in Canada and Winipeg is one of them.I felt so happy talking to them, reminded me of you. Hope to Ghost Canada one day and well do the rockies wohooo!Hugs and it feels so good that we connected on blogs, I love this life. :)
Nice to see you've grown a chin since 1950.
I have never had a yearbook photo, ever. Seriously.Now's my chance!
Yes big hair of 84 is the best.Great fun to do I bet.
That was so much fun but man, am I ugly! 1974 suits you quite well. Why is that?
I remember 1950, we all looked like mongs then but it was better than the 1920's when we walked about super fast in black and white, boy it was tiring.
Is that really you?
you look good every year. *sniggers*
and of course i love you.
!950 and 1998 are kind of hard to remove from the memory :-(
Were you painting happy little trees back in 1982?
You really look good over the years. What amazes me is the evolution of your hairstyle, hahaha.I agree with Beast: 1950 and 1998 are unforgettable and unbelievable, but we love you just the same, Donn. :)
your 1984 picture looks like my cousin Tommy. only without the major zit factor or the sketchy, chinese-eyed permafry going on. or the olive complexion or the weak chin. in fact it looks nothing much like Tommy except for the hair, kind of, when you look at it in a certain way. and imagine a puka shell necklace. and maybe a colorful shirt.never mind.
Oh yes, 84 is a very good yeara year of big fuzzy hairand a loving forlorn staredisco is kingflairs are back in..lots of love to sharein the year of the hare...
SCARLET BLUEWhere were you in '82?I get the feeling that the term Statutory might be applicable.EROSWINGSCondi went by Candy back in the day. Good times.GAUTAMINow now...we've made a lot of progress in the last while let's not start poking the wasp nest again.CITIZEN MONDOI used a few different photos but soon realised that nobody would have been able to recognise me..I seem to be a tad too Zeligish!PONITAThe first one is a little disturbing but all that I had to do was apply a face that was too big for the head. It actually saddens me to think about how different my life would have been if I had looked like that growing up in the wrong part of the world.
GHOSTYCool. It is amazing to have connections around the globe. Makes the world a little smaller and more manageable doesn't it?MJYes I look like I didn't miss too many burritos!ALLANFor heaven sake man...they will need one for your Wikipedia profile. Get 'er done!APPRENTICEWelcome. We Baby Boomers LOVE nostalgia..even though we are supposed to have discovered living in the now.Those halcyon days of Beaver Cleaver were actually rife with strife but we seem to cling to the idea of Pleasantville. It's weird.ANDREAI know that you don't really want me to answer that. Your imprinting coming-into-your-own stage is omnipowerful. The music, events, styles and thingamabobs from those days are hard to scrub.Now show me!
OLD KNUDSENHAHAHAHAHAHA!You are hilarious..really fast..perfect.DOTTERELWelcome. Yes it wasn't. I know that I should have used a younger image but I am too lazy. Actually my real pictures are even funnier.MISTIYou are very kind to say so and don't think that this lavish praise will go unrewarded.Now how much money do I owe you?BEASTIn 1950 I was -7 and in '98 I was 41! Crap. I keep forgetting how old I am...cue Cher:If ah cud turn back Ti-Hime!ANNDIBless you my child. I was hoping that somebody would give a a shout-out to my main man Bob Ross!
LENII haven't aged a bit eh? Remind you of anyone..OK other than Dracula..how about a certain Highlander named Duncan McLeod? Tha deed saxy Highlander hoo dinna age won wee bit fer hunna 'o yeerz!OK not so much. NATIONSPuka shells are totally back in! Actually if I just said that it means that they were in but I just got it so now they are back out.One of the luxuries of aging is NOT needing to pay any attention to current styles. What a relief.Actually just keep your clothes separated by decade and haul them out every 20 years and presto you're totally in!
AREUTHRA FRANKINISCOWelcome here..I'd like to know where you're from if you still had Disco in 84. Didn't you get Frampton Comes Alive? That was the antidote.ANNDINo really, I mean it.
i swear i have looked at some of my real yearbook pics and think the "made up" ones would be bettera nerdy beauty queen reading a book does not make for a cute photo 35 years lateri am so glad i have made it past 50 and no longer care if i look "cool"love the pictures
thanks alot, jackass- I think I just peed a little laughing myself into a dither.
i love that site!
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