Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott's Cutest - and Most Cringe-worthy - Throwback Photos
On the Ice
There's no lack of Canadian pride among Drew (left), Jonathan (right) and J.D. (second from right) Scott, pictured with friend, Brad Ginet. "#TBT to when we were ALMOST picked for #TeamCanada,"Jonathan writes on this snap of the guys taking a whack at their homeland's favorite sport.
Entertaining runs in the family! Mom, Joanne, and older brother, J.D., stole the spotlight during this karaoke session from back in the day, though Drew and Jonathan don't look too impressed with their efforts.
Werking the Workout
“If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball,” Jonathan says, referencing the logic in the Ben Stiller hit, DodgeBall.
Back in the Day Vaca
Before taking off to Scotland to celebrate their parents’ vow renewal, Drew shared this photo of the Scott men “hanging” in the U.K. country as kids. “We’ll be reliving this next month!” he writes.
Jonathan shed his signature plaid shirt in favor of a leather getup alongside the eternal question: “Isn’t it true that ladies like the bad boys?”
A young Drew and Jonathan show off their formalwear complete with corsages and one fashionable feature Jonathan is ready to take credit for. “I am not saying [Drew] and I started the skinny tie trend….but I am also not saying we didn’t.”
Chop It Up
Jonathan shared this #tbt of him mean mugging in the backyard in his karate gear. "Wax on. Wax off," he captions his Mr. Miyagi moment.
"That look on my face means I'm up to no good," writes Drew (right) of this family candid with twin Jonathan (left) and their older brother J.D. (center).
"There's always that ONE kid that messes up the photo," writes Jonathan (left) making a not-so-subtle dig at his twin. He adds "#thanksdrew" in case anyone missed exactly who he's talking about.
The Wild (Canadian) West
Jonathan shared this example of he and Drew as note-so-rugged teenage cowboys posing with their parents, Jim and Joanne. "The cowboy & cowgirl life," he captions the family portrait.
Drew shared this sweet photo on the brothers' 39th birthday. "Thanks for all the fun," he says to his "best friend."
Drew answers the immediate question one has upon seeing this photo of the duo with older brother, J.D. Scott: "Yes, that's JD's real hair."
Jonathan might be the magician of the family, but he's not the only one who falls under its spell. "Jonathan isn't the only one who loves a good magic trick," realtor Drew says of this photo of him as a kid.
Score! A 14-year-old Drew prepares for a slam dunk in a getup that only becomes more entertaining with age.
Jonathan has a few costume comedies of his own. "No shame...all dance," the contractor writes on this fiesta-ready photo.
All three Scott brothers love a good nod to their Scottish heritage. "One of my best childhood memories...meeting a real blacksmith in Scotland who makes actual armor and swords," Jonathan says.
"I've always been a shoulder for Drew to lean on," Jonathan writes of this shot of the twins as tots.
Jonathan describes Drew in this picture as the "evil twin," who doesn't quite deserve a slice of the cake they're being served.
A Happy (and Goofy) Home
"Our house was so much fun," Drew (right) tells PEOPLE. "It was so strange, exciting and wonderful growing up in our household," Jonathan adds, "because our friends would come over, and they would sit, stunned and silent, because my parents are goofballs. That's where we get it from."
All in the Family
"We've always gotten along," says their older brother J.D. (center, with Drew, right, and Jonathan in 1983). "We're great friends."
The siblings still work together at Scott Entertainment.
"We grew up on a ranch, so if we were just getting together with friends, it was never just, 'oh, come over to our house and play video games,'" Jonathan explains of their outdoorsy upbringing.
"We'd all go out on the horses and we'd be riding or we'd be doing something adventurous," says Drew.
Clowning for a Living
The twins turned a profit as clowns in 1987, Drew (left) was "Curly" and Jonathan was "Dimples."
"At 8 years old, we started getting hired out as apprentice clowns, and we did that for years, until we were making like fifty bucks an hour," says Jonathan.
Adds Drew, "It was crazy. We were just sitting there buying candy for all our friends."
Drew (right) and Jonathan (in 1994) were "quite good on the bagpipes," says their father, Jim. The well-groomed stars wouldn't likely approve of their mid-90s hairstyles these days.