The Blunder Years: Photos Of Kids Who Looked 20 Years Older Than They Were!
Most people don’t like being photographed, but when you’re a kid, your parents don’t really give you an option. Most parents have their cameras handy to catch you doing something funny. Others dressed you up in wardrobes that aged you like crazy. You know the kind of photos we’re talking about. The styling is so odd, you wind up trying to guess if a kid’s either two years old or a forty-year-old aging librarian. So, without further ado, we present you with some embarrassing childhood pictures from Reddit's Blunder Years where kids look much older than they were.
#1. No, this is not some grandma's old school photo. Her parents decided to style and dress this 6th grader in head-to-toe grandma gear.
Of course, this little girl's parents didn't mean to age her with their horrible fashion choices. But if someone tried to pull this today, the school staff would've had no other choice but to call CPS.
#2. 15 year old unlucky teen or Dwight Schrute from The Office? You be the judge!
This is the most 40-year-old looking 15-year-old kid we have ever seen. You know how people reminisce about the time when they couldn't get a date when they were teens? Yeah, well, there's a reason why they were single. Hey! At least this pic is proof that it does get better eventually!
#3. One look at this adorable little girl and you’ll be having some serious Mrs. Doubtfire flashbacks.
The poor thing! She looks a lot like a baby-sized version of Robin Williams’ Mrs. Doubtfire. The big glasses, the teeth, and even the dress are a lot like the hip old granny played by the late comedic actor.
#4. Maybe parents should've allowed their little ones to choose their own outfits.
I mean, let's be honest! Nothing they put together could've possibly been worse than this, right? Heck, they'd probably do a better job at doing their own makeup.
#5. 45-year-old receptionist working at the dentist's office or young 4th grader with a bad haircut?
Heck! The haircut isn't even the problem. If we ran into this kid working the desk at reception, we would have no problem believing she's of legal age. We can almost hear it: "Hi, this is Sharon at Sweet Smiles, one moment please!".
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