Something old, something new, something borrowed, something outrageously blue.
Some pairs take rendezvous pictures while walking by a park or on the beach, lovingly gazing into any other’s eyes or holding hands, grinning at the camera. Others like to do things that literally no one does in genuine life, like wading by shin-high water in grave attire. Or they poise for a mistake fellatio snap like this couple.
The picture is apparently just for fun as the man’s underwear is manifest between his fiancé’s cupped palm and the hem of his fit jacket. And photographer Michel Klooster, formed in the Netherlands, who took the picture for the unnamed future bride and groom, pronounced in a Facebook post that he and the twin “just suspicion it was a humorous idea.”
“Some grooms can’t wait until the party is over to go sensitively to the apartment and have a abrasive marriage night,” the photographer’s caption, translated from Dutch, reads.
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But an revise to his post creates it seem like Klooster may have gifted some recoil from the waggish snap.
“Anyone who considers this descent is in my eyes still in the year 1996,” he wrote. “Of all the pictures that have been taken, (this) one (is) playful, which in 10 years (will be) good to speak about. Give those people their fun.”
It is, if anything, unique, and will positively mount out from the rest of the notices their friends and families’ will ever receive.
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