Dude. Everything about that first picture is amazing. The shirtless groom, obviously, plus the ponytail, the cap that says “rebel”, the goatee, the ugly tattoo, the picture of a motorcycle, the store-bought cake, the glasses on top of the head, the way she looks toothless, his dirty hand.
#13 I have to look at these people every day. Nothing is amazing about them. There’s literally thousands and thousands of them, and they fill the roster of the Tea Party movement. My question is: where the fuck did they learn how to use a computer? (Let alone own one)
#1: I feel like they got up that morning and said “we outta get hitched, get everyone over here.” Also, do you think the wedding march was played by banjo?
#2: Hellboy weds Pegasus.
#3: Kudos to the groomsmen for having the presence of mind not to tilt her too far and have her pop out o’ her strapless gown. If they are doing kegstands this early in the evening though, I’m sure those puppies will be out for public viewing by nightfall.
One is a good argument for invasion of people’s privacy.Put out their names so I can see where she lives. My money says South East USA specifically GA,TN or FL Sadly, I do know women like that and sadly, as long as she gets that ring, she doesn’t care too much for the wedding part.
I’ve never understood the ‘Quick! Someone pour bleach in my eyes!’ comment so frequently made in response to somewhat unfortunate images…until now. Being a photographer, I’ve captured my share of less-than-stellar events. But no matter which trailor park my clients might call home at the end of the day, I’ve never seen anything like this. Common sense dictates that, at the very least, shirts and clean hands are a must. Usually teeth are, as well, but that’s really a judgment call best determined by the person missing the teeth. Having said all of that, Quick! Someone pour beach in my eyes!
Oh, and the hat? Considering what is probably under it, I would venture that the wearing of it was the smartest choice made that day.
In some parts of the country, feeding her that would be legally actionable as a form of torchure – both for her and those forced to witness. I would venture, however, she has at least some exposure to French pastry. Burger King does have a breakfast croissant sandwich after all.
That’s classy, Comments. Burger King is called Hungry Jack’s here. I googled the breakfast menu for laughs. There is no croissant on there, just sad facsimiles of the McDonald’s menu. They both blow, but sometimes that’s all there is, especially on a road trip.
Hungry Jack’s somehow sounds less cheesy – it wouldn’t work here in the states though because Jack in The Box would start a legal malestrom of epic proportions. For your viewing pleasure, here is the menu item: http://www.bk.com/en/us/menu-nutrition/index.html
Totally agree with you about BK and Mickey D’s only really being road trip food. Though now I have Chicken Nuggets on the mind. Enjoy your planned debauchery this weekend!
This makes me ashamed to live in the South Eastern US, namely TN. However, to the comments grouping every single person in that area of the South as the same, I have to agree with ladyrisk. I too am offended. But sadly, I also see these sort of people every day. Thankfully not one of them.
Ms. TN and Miss FL up there, I call it like I see it. I just heard “Damn Yankee As for the big cities, have you been to Atlanta lately? There are some parts of Atlanta I’m afraid to go to. The only thing stopping an all out race.political party war in Atlanta is fear of the law. Same goes for Chattanooga.
Us Americans are good at making the French cringe, especially when it comes to food. Personally, I think this is just Burger King saying fuck you to them really. Can’t say I’ve ever seen champagne and sausage paired together – in my experience, the champagne comes first and the sausage is later in the evening.