One of the best things about our photo booths is that they’re fun whether you’re 5 or 105 years old.
We thought we’d pay tribute to the elders of the photo booth tribe, picking a few favourites from our archives of veteran posers. This lot prove that life may well begin after 60, and offer a few lessons to the young guns on how to keep the fun flowing…
Silly glasses never get old as this groovy pair prove. And who says youthful phrases like Totes Amazeballs exist to confound the previous generation? Nothing sums up these two better.
An old favourite of ours. The faces say it all – wisdom, wry humour, mock surprise… perhaps just a few of the secrets to enduring love.
Lovers and Amazeballs, these guys have it all going on. And with a ‘stache any single-speed, single-origin hipster would be proud of, we’re wondering if youth is indeed wasted on the young…
Aha yes. The old Eau de Vivre itself could perhaps play a part in staying smiley into your vintage years.
Another benefit of getting old is not caring so much about what people think of you. Cut loose, let it all hang out, live free. Bring on those later years!
Lovely one of three generations boothing it up here… and guess which generation is having the most fun?
Again, the more mature booth guests are showing those young whippersnappers how to create a stir in front of the camera. Apparently both shocking and entertaining for the youngsters here.
Never Gets Old
Another benefit of graceful old age is the ability to be perfectly, perhaps even brutally, honest. She’s not convinced is she?
As life progresses you also realise just how great you really are. And if you’re really great your wife might even agree with you, like Mr Amazeballs here.
Dotty background, dotty pair. Heroes both.
A perfect summary of the mystery of life and old age – WTF? combined with the hope of a life lived happily ever after. Here’s to us all becoming poser pensioners like this awesome crew here!
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