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2 years ago today🙌🏻 Fake Moemory shooting..🙋🏻💓 2年前の今日はフェイクメモリーの撮影…!
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This is a picture of my dad and me washing dishes together at my grandma's house. I used to love helping my dad with yard work and really anything, just as long as I got to be with him. #cokerart180 #fakememory

@alyssareiserprince

A picture of me on my trampoline about 8 years ago or so. It kind of shows how active and tired I was, doesn’t it? I think my sister Carson was the one who took this picture. Anyway, it was when we still had the trampoline; I always loved to jump on it. Almost everyday, whether it was after school or in the weekend, when it was good weather, I would always run out to the backyard and begin jumping on the trampoline. I always did regular jumps; never acrobatics or fancy tricks. Just plain jumping. Sometimes, Carson would come to join me or the other way around. But in this picture, I had thought that I fell flat on my stomach from one of my jumps until my sister told me that I was sleeping on the trampoline. She apparently came outside to check up on me and found me napping on the trampoline. I can’t remember how or why I was asleep on the trampoline, but I guess I was just tired that day and burned out on the trampoline. And about the trampoline, just several years later when I was in my junior year, my family gave away the trampoline to our next-door neighbors. It was getting old and worn, not mention that we stopped using, so we had to ‘donate’ it.
#Fakememory #ASEfakememory
-Lyn Martin

#cokerart180 #fakememory. The small puppy in the picture is now 11 years old and it is surreal to think my puppy is that old.

Good lord. The trio. #family #throwback #love #tbt but whyyyyyy is my brother doing that to me? #FakeMemory

On this day I specifically remember that we were having a cookout. I'm not for sure as to why we were, but I do remember it being in the backyard of my cousins house. In this picture my siblings, cousin, and I were sitting down eating grilled hot dogs, cheeseburgers, baked mac and cheese, some chips, and pork and beans. From what I remember, I believe my family and I were looking back at either my mom or cousin because they dropped their cheeseburgers and had ants crawling all over their feet. After we had gotten done shoving our faces with this oh so great, mouth watering, delicious food, and laughing at my mom or cousin, we ran around so much we vomited everything back up. Amazing day, huh? #FakeMemory #ASEFakeMemory -Esperanza Rodriguez

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Manche Dinge werden sich nie ändern ._.
Aber heißt noch lange nichts schlechtes ^3^
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#cokerart180 #fakememory. The small puppy in the picture is now 11 years old and it is surreal to think my puppy is that old.

This is a picture of my dad and me washing dishes together at my grandma's house. I used to love helping my dad with yard work and really anything, just as long as I got to be with him. #cokerart180 #fakememory

@alyssareiserprince

Leading up to this one photo, Matthew, at the time was my greatest friend, but we fought like an old married couple. Now we are sitting in a bathroom with my sister and his two sisters laughing at us or cooing in some cases; because this was out punishment. This is weird right, how can sitting on a floor holding your best friends hands be punishment? Well its punishment because we would wrestle around the ground like two rabid animals. So after we were pulled apart and dragged into the cold bathroom and sat down on a slightly wet bathmat. Every time we fought and only our sisters were home, because our dads were at work and usually our moms were out shopping and getting Susie Q’s coffee, this is what went down. We would have to hold hands, and sit crisscross applesauce and stare into each other’s eyes, until one of us cracked and apologized or the time limit ran out. We had a time limit depending on the bad thing we did. Sometimes it was five minutes and sometimes it was 20+ minutes. But these moments when I see a picture of us it makes my heart melt, because no one knew we were in trouble, they just assume we’re deeply in love!
#fakememory #ASEfakememory -Trinity Fleck

This picture is a clear representation of how 5 year old me was fearless. I was out with family, hiking away on a dirt trail like we did every week. I have no clue what trail we were on and I know that Washington does not have many snakes .So here we were listening to the dirt rub against the souls of our shoes, when we heard, “BRO- WATCH OUT!” “HEY MAN? WHAT? OH CRAP” Interested in the commotion I rushed up to see two manly college man poking at a snake and watch it start to try to slither away. I stopped and looked at the snake and then began to walk towards the two college kids as my grandma and mom caught up with me. I kept inching toward the Boys who were poking the snake, until little ol’ me bent down and grabbed the snake. The smile that came upon my face and my small chest welt up with triumph as I squealed out “MAMA I HAVE A SNAKKKKEEEEEE!” The look on my mom’s face was great, seeing her jaw hit the floor as I raised the snake higher. My grandma then took a second to capture this moment before telling me “Trinity, no pet snakes, put it back or your sister will have a heart attack!” So me being the loving sister I am, I put it back and jumped up giving the college kids a high-five before skipping away like a boss. #ASEFakeMemory #FakeMemory. -Trinity Fleck

This photo is taken when I was at least 10 or so. My sister and I, as different as we are, shared a hobby of taking pictures. Sometimes, Carson would ask me to take pictures of her (and sometimes, me), and I would always comply. Anyway, I believe we went outside to our backyard; me holding Carson’s camera, and Carson herself posing. However, just when we got started, our session took a lot longer than we anticipated. Because for no reason, I ended up laughing. It was most likely because I was thinking of something funny, and Carson ended up losing her composure as well. We laughed for a couple of minutes until we managed to calm down and resume with taking pictures.
Anyway, after taking pictures of Carson, it was my turn to get my picture taken. Carson didn’t request any kind of pose I should do for my picture. So for a pose, I ended up plucking off a plant stalk and holding it to my mouth while looking away from the camera. I thought I may have planned that, but as it turns out, I actually just improvised for the picture. Keep in mind that this is coming from someone who always plan than improvise.
#Fakememory #ASEfakememory
-Lyn Martin

A picture of me on my trampoline about 8 years ago or so. It kind of shows how active and tired I was, doesn’t it? I think my sister Carson was the one who took this picture. Anyway, it was when we still had the trampoline; I always loved to jump on it. Almost everyday, whether it was after school or in the weekend, when it was good weather, I would always run out to the backyard and begin jumping on the trampoline. I always did regular jumps; never acrobatics or fancy tricks. Just plain jumping. Sometimes, Carson would come to join me or the other way around. But in this picture, I had thought that I fell flat on my stomach from one of my jumps until my sister told me that I was sleeping on the trampoline. She apparently came outside to check up on me and found me napping on the trampoline. I can’t remember how or why I was asleep on the trampoline, but I guess I was just tired that day and burned out on the trampoline. And about the trampoline, just several years later when I was in my junior year, my family gave away the trampoline to our next-door neighbors. It was getting old and worn, not mention that we stopped using, so we had to ‘donate’ it.
#Fakememory #ASEfakememory
-Lyn Martin

I was nine years old at my Gran’s house in L.A. We had just gotten back from the park, because it felt like the air was on fire. Gran went to take a nap, leaving me and two of my brothers alone. So the middle child Zachary was playing with his new camera phone, while Jacob and I were doing school work...Playing video games. Zachary was taking all kinds of pictures of the couch and the floor. And all I could hear is *click* *click* from his phone. Jacob and I started to get annoyed. So we started making faces at his phone, while Jacob told him to stop in the laziest way possible. And from what I remember, I got up and smacked his phone out of his hands (Like a gentleman) and watched it hit the floor and burst into pieces of plastic and sadness. But it turned out I was wrong about this memory. I got up and tried to smack the phone out of his hands, but it didn’t break. As a matter of fact I missed and hit is arm. Then he picked me up and threw me onto the couch. I had fabricated a victorious story because I was bad. Oops.
#Fakememory #ASEfakememory - Hank York

I was six, and my 14 year old brother Zachary had just got back from the Mormon temple in Utah. I was very excited to see him. When he walked through our front door he had something behind his back, it was a chunk of marble. He handed it to me, and I remember asking “Where did you get this?” He said he got it from the wall of the Temple, and that he used a pickaxe to get it out. I immediately started freaking out because I thought the Mormon Police from the temple were going to get me. Zachary started laughing as I bolted up the stairs yelling “DON’T LET THE MORMON POLICE GET ME!” all the way to my room. Zachary was laughing so hard that I thought he was screaming. When I got in my room I grabbed a small plastic chair and put it against my door, and for good measure I put a fairy tale book on the chair. Then I grabbed my plastic baseball bat and hid under my bed. Zachary came and got me to ensure that me that the Mormon Police weren’t real. He then told me it was just a rock he found in the road. I learned that I was easily persuaded. I was really sad, but we took this really cool selfie.

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Hank York

Who knew that I could pull of the 70’s-era mobster look at age 10? I didn’t, that’s for sure! This picture was taken of me while I was riding inside of a Jeep for a parade, sponsored by my school. I don’t quite remember why I was dressed up like Sal the Mobster, but I do remember that my school chose a few kids to ride in the parade, and I just happened to be one of the lucky few. We had to dress up in stereotypical outfits from multiple decades, like the 70’s and 80’s, and I was picked to be part of the 70’s group. I guess ten-year-old Tucker found it funny to have a massive, greasy plume of chest hair and sideburns to look like an extra from one of The Village People’s music videos. And, I guess that fifteen-year-old Tucker still finds it funny, seeing as how I still have the sideburns and chest hair for special occasions. I do remember vividly, however, having fun being in the parade, as I had a bucket of candy to chuck at people, depending on whether or not they had been nice to me recently. If they hadn’t, they didn’t get no candy from me, as I held the raw, unbridled power of a candy thrower in that moment. The fate of entire nations rested upon my shoulders in that moment. Looking back at this picture, I became aware of how serious I take myself, which is not very serious. Even back then I dressed up in ridiculous outfits, and this wasn’t even for a Halloween parade. I just went all out on the fun factor. I guess you could say that the experience was pretty “sweet”!
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-Tucker Todd