'My mother, Heather Cook, playing pool in Paris. How could I ever be as cool as that?' writes Hilary Cook.
'My Mom and Dad (Maria and Gabriel) chilling out in the stands of a Mexican bull-fight on some unknown date in the early '70s. The orginal hipsters... now I know where I get the cool factor from,' writes Mina Sunday Cicconi.
'Maxin' & relaxin' circa 1969. Mom's bathing suit is amazing! Since she passed away last year, I like to look at this and imagine she's back on some beach somewhere, forever basking in the sun,' writes Manon Crôteau.
'Here's our Dad, John Gow, at the 1974 Disabled Alpine Skiing World Championships. Clearly a rad moustache, along with his colour coordinated skis, hat and sweater, gave him an edge over the competition,' write David and Michelle Gow.
'And to match our Dad, here's our styling mom, Heather Chapple. She toiled in a bakery until she had enough money to buy this muskrat coat, which is still hanging in her closet,' write David and Michelle Gow.
'My mom, Ginette, in 1969, looking cooler than cool and beautiful as always. Sadly, she passed away over a year ago...but pictures like this remind us of her youth, vitality and overall loveliness,' writes Manon Crôteau.
'A photo of my father, Dusan Stojicevic, taken in the late 1960's. Dad looked pretty cool,' writes Nick Stiles.
'A photo of my mother, Jelena Stojicevic, taken in the early 1960's in the Mediterranean,' writes Nick Stiles.
'Here is picture of my Dad, Ernie, striking a wicked cool James Dean pose back in the day. He's got it going on and shortly after this he started dating my Mom and well...,' writes Tom Love.
'Here is a picture of my Mom, Lorna, taking a break from fishing at Lac La Ronge. She looks great in this relaxed shot and still does to this day at 73 years,' writes Tom Love.
'My father, Wojtek Bielski, holding my twin brother, Jozek, while working a wicked beard line,' writes Zosia Bielski.
'My parents, Elka and Wojtek, playing rock stars in the woods of Poland, circa 1970-something,' writes Zosia Bielski.
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