My Parents Were Awesome

Ever look at old photos of your parents and think, "Boy howdy, they were awesome"? Yeah well, they were, and My Parents Were Awesome chronicles just how cool they used to be. Check them out!
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Ever look at old photos of your parents and think, "Boy howdy, they were awesome"? Yeah well, they were, and My Parents Were Awesome chronicles just how cool they used to be. Check them out!

My Parents Were Awesome

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