I grew up reading this comic strip about Marlys and Maybonne, two sisters tortured by adolescence in the 1970's. They are a celebration of dysfunctional families, funny phrases and cultural embrace.
I read this one about ten years ago about school pictures and have never forgotten it:
If I were Lynda Barry I could wax comically about Henry's hair in these:
and Svea's crooked bangs and war paint (if you look closely, you can see the permanent orange marker with which she colored her cheek bones - and soles of her feet - the night before school pictures. She has never done that before or since School Picture Day):
At least she didn't look like a Band Aid Mummy.