Call them creepy. Call them cringey. Call them whatever you want, but even when they're uber-weird, we still think they're hilarious. These are the ten creepiest wedding photos on the net!
He's Got Her in His Pocket
For some reason, she actually looks pleased -- despite the fact that he's about to shove her the rest of the way in there. We're assuming this will more or less be a metaphor for their entire marriage. The lesson here is basically that the more Photoshop you use for a wedding photo, the cringier it will turn out.
In-Law Red Flags
We aren't sure why, but we have a weird feeling that the in-laws aren't going to give these newlyweds the space they need. Oh, yeah. It's because they're peering though a window disapprovingly, and it's not even the window of the couple's real house. We feel deeply uncomfortable on their behalf.
Shrek & Fiona...ish
They're doing a Shrek & Fiona cosplay wedding, we get it. We're just not so sure it's a great idea. Maybe if the Shrek costume was a bit more...convincing? Couples, take note...if you're going for a DIY or cosplay wedding, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get the right look. Otherwise, you might end up doing something like this.
That Face Though
We have no idea what the groom is trying to express here, but we know it's super creepy. We are NOT fans. His bride looks happy though, for now. I guess there's a possibility this is just a joke that came off the wrong way. But maybe that's just what we want to believe, because the alternative explanations are just too creepy to consider.
What's the Dress Code?
We wonder what the dress code was for this wedding. Actually, maybe that's entirely missing the point, and there wasn't any dress code at all. Judging by the groom's get-up, and the faux-religious garb of the officiant, this one was a "wear whatever you want, even if what you want is a T-rex costume" type of affair.
Wait, we just noticed the officiant in the top hat has his arm around the bride. Is he the groom? Or is he the bride's father? If he's the groom, who is the cow? Regardless of the answers to these questions, I think the one benefit to being a guest at this wedding is I can wear my JNCOs from 1996 and not get weird looks.
Why, Just Why?
Do they think this makes them look cool? That the frilly border would balance out the brash, bizarre, obnoxious photo? Is this just how they portray their love to the world? The scariest thing about this photo is how completely genuine the bride and groom look as they flip their birds and smoke their cigarettes. This is who they really are. And if you don't like it, they want you to know that you can just @*%~ right off!
They're So in Love
Nothing says "love" like a post-marital tushie squeeze. Assume the position, ponytailed husband! Your new wife needs a handful o' groom booty!
Is his new bride a witch, or a deceased spirit? What's the message here? I'm not sure if this picture was taken after this guy got married, or after he became a widower. Is the ghost bride riding on a broom, or bringing it to wash that floor? And what is that odd, fleshy thing the groom is sitting on? Also, I can't tell if the guy's face is bemused and delighted or despondent and depressed. For a picture that clearly had so much effort put into it, it makes remarkably little sense.
Okay, I have a lot of questions about this one. All I know is for sure is this is very, very wrong. Do they think this is funny, or do they just genuinely believe in Nazism and mythical beings? Where do you even GET a Nazi officer costume like that? Is this an alt-right thing?
Cosplay weddings are hard to keep from being corny. But, just like the pun I'm about to make, this one is just uni-corny. We're wondering if the guests had to wear costumes too? For their sake, we hope not.
Who invited Tommy Lee Jones? And why is he brandishing a 12-gauge? Also, that third bridesmaid from the left looks a bit displeased. We don't blame her -- judging by the fact that the dude's finger is resting on the gun's trigger, which is the most basic imaginable gun safety violation, we're assuming there's a 50/50 chance of something very regrettable happening before the end of the reception.
Unobtainably Avatar-Themed Wedding
A successful, non-cringey DIY cosplay wedding is about as easy to pull off as finding an engagement ring made of unobtainium. We're not sure this couple made magic happen with their "Avatar" theme, but either way, we applaud their DIY attempt. I wonder if they hired actors, or family members had to volunteer?
These Newlyweds Didn't Chicken Out
Is this symbolism? Is the groom a chicken farmer? Is chicken their favorite food? Do they just love hurling slaughtered poultry through the air for fun? So many questions. We sincerely hope this couple washes their hands before beginning their honeymoon festivities. We know where they've been, and we don't like it.
Guess the Theme
The theme for this wedding is "everything." No, really, this is an everything-themed wedding. The groom will be dressed as a Buddhist Juggalo Geisha Catholic Cardinal, the Best Man will be a clown priest, the bride's brother will be a frat bro, and the groom's brother will be dressed completely normally. Also, there will be two brides, and the only music at the reception will be Limp Bizkit's debut album on repeat, at maximum volume. The only beverages served will be cheap vodka and Monster Energy drinks.
A Little Squeeze
Nothing says "love" like a little post-marital tushie squeeze. Assume the position, ponytailed husband! Your new wife needs a handful o' groom booty! You're married now, and one of the main perks of marriage is a handful of spousal bootie whenever you feel the need. Right? Yeah, we'll just go with that.
You May Kiss the Disgusted Bride
Is that the groom? If not, why is someone other than the groom kissing the bride? If so, why is the bride so digusted by the kiss? This is one of those awkward wedding photos where no matter what the answer is, it still makes no sense at all.