Tuesday, January 08, 2008 :::
I know that they like to say they do things "big" in Texas, but there still has to be a point where common sense makes one reconsider certain outlandish ideas, such as having a life-size wedding cake made of yourself:
[read all about it]
I'm not sure which is worse: her actual wedding dress which looks like she barfed up potpourri all over the front of herself, or the fact that she had it immortalized in frosting.
I think the most telling image is the one where the groom is shoved into the background, forced to peer impishly over the bride's shoulder in a desperate attempt to be noticed, as if he's lucky even to be included in the photograph. It's not hard to tell who's wearing the pants in that relationship.
Yay for Texas.
::: posted by dan at 8:30 AM :: [ link ] :: (8) comments
8 previous comments:
Should I be the first to make an "eat me" reference? No, I shouldn't.
By , at 11:30 AM
i'll go there...
that's the last time she'll get eaten after her wedding.
By whaat?, at 12:03 PM
Check out the link's "photo 3 of 5". At first glance it's his turn to cut the cake, but she's the one who has final control of the knife.
By , at 12:07 PM
Am I the last to know Madame Tussaud does weddings?
By , at 1:30 PM
isn't it tradition to freeze the top layer until your first anniversary? there's something inherently wrong about keeping your new bride's head in the freezer....
By , at 2:03 PM
I'm not a huge fan of cakes in the image of a person if only because you have to cut into them at some point, and well, why would one want to cut oneself up at one's own wedding?
By Dennis!, at 4:34 PM
I'd hate to be the unlucky guest that gets served a piece of crotch...
By , at 9:16 PM
"Thanks, Ouiser. Nothing like a good piece of ass."
By Dennis!, at 9:36 PM
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