July 9th, 2009

Nosedance - Engagement

So close, but yet, so very close.

(submitted by anonymous)

79 Responses to “Nosedance”

  1. mc says:

    wow double image…

  2. customcartoons says:

    something about nerd love that’s just hot! ^_^

  3. rynoyak says:

    what about the photographer? truly, the person behind the lense is the unsung hero of this shot. or does the low camera angle and back alley account for the lack of a third party?

  4. MONSTRO says:

    “You smell like chicken wings.”

    “So do you!”

    “Marry me….”

  5. Murph says:

    Baby, I will rock yo world!!

  6. Angela says:


  7. Modine says:

    Do they part ways calling “Smell ya later!”?

  8. Frank says:


  9. marilia says:

    o amor é lindo….

  10. Kurtacus says:

    I didn’t know there was such a thing as Siamese Fraternal Twins.

  11. anon says:

    I really hope this was taken as a candid of strangers.

    That would make it so much better.

  12. demJustJokes says:

    Wonders if a highschool principal came during their photoshoot/ dance and told them to keep there waist 6 inches apart.

  13. Sandy says:

    I don’t know which is more disconcerting to me… that these two were meeting in a back alley to rub noses, or that there was someone there to take a picture of them…

  14. Lauren says:

    Kind of reminds me how we danced in Jr High…and then adding an ALMOST kiss!
    This is just intense. Ha ha I can hear the heavy breathing. First kiss maybe?? Ha ha

  15. hani says:

    don’t be so nosy!!

  16. Blucat says:

    someone pllleeease tell me this was not an engagement photo!

  17. jeanie says:

    She has a policy of not kissing on the first date

  18. Tocsnai says:

    This isn’t romantic, she’s just rescued him using the fire escape. Now they’re checking on his degree of smoke inhalation.

  19. Stacey says:

    What a romantic setting.

  20. ME!! says:

    Wow…scary but I actually (no joke) know this couple and am going to their wedding next month…don’t remember seeing this one on the web-site though!

  21. Tim says:

    You must remember this….a kiss is just a kiss…a nose tweak is just a nose tweak…

  22. Pedro says:

    The matching outfits are nice. So spontaneous yet so set-up.

  23. Alexandra says:

    I love how awkwardly far away their bodies are, in addition to the requisite cinder-block building backdrop.

  24. What in the World? says:

    Almost a cute picture – awkward.

  25. joyce says:

    Haha, marvelous night for a nosedance. Thank you tillman!

  26. Trouble says:

    Siamese twins cojoined at the nose?

  27. Kim says:

    Can you smell me now?

  28. Mike says:

    They look cute together.

  29. Jimmy Neutron says:

    Naaah. Feet aren’t “tangled”. She’s got her legs crossed so she’s sure that “a kiss is just a kiss”.

  30. Chazlette says:

    Tanya and Eddie were both “close talkers”, that’s why they got along so well.

  31. Joanne says:

    these two definitely make kissing look awkward. I don’t know what’s worse-their noses being face to face or the way their feet are tangled!

  32. Family Man says:

    He has a compound bow hidden on that rusty fire escape.

  33. Insanewiches says:

    Darling, I’m not gonna lie. I’m going a little cross-eyed.

  34. Kate says:

    Can someone explain to me why wedding/engagement photographers (or perhaps their subjects) seem to insist on photographing their subjects against vaguely industrial cinderblock and cement walls? Seriously, I think every engagement photo set I have ever seen includes a cinderblock wall montage.

    • monkey says:

      I agree 100%! It’s mandatory or something

    • Laura says:

      Obvioulsy, a new trend. I have seen some that were actually very nicely done…

      • rhaw88 says:

        Their next pose will be of them hiding behind the building….

        • Tatjanna says:

          Done right, it actually looks nice. But it also has a little representation of making it “this” far. As in love isn’t always sunshine and flowers, but if you can weather it this far…… That’s my opinion, but while I too have used industrial style backdrops, I try to put in different styles, I go off of my customers personalities.

          • roger says:

            I guess industrial is an improvement from the hands cutting a cake or lighting a candle type ickiness….

  35. Morag says:

    Photographer: “An intimate kiss pose would be great. But could you please ensure no parts of your lower body are touching, so it looks classy?”

  36. tillman says:

    It’s a marvelous night for a nosedance.

  37. Laura says:

    OK, that was an outtake – the photographer snapped before the liplock and hand-clasp behind the back were completed! Makes for a good awkward pic, though.

  38. Renee says:

    Ok honey don’t you remember, you tilt your head to the right and I tilt to the left. God you never listen.

  39. laurie says:

    They share a touching moment before it’s ultimately ruined by a random recently married couple trying to hide behind the same building.

  40. laughing_hard says:

    I believe this was meant to be a kiss. Stupid noses got into the way!

  41. Señor_Citizen says:

    Bell bottoms.

  42. David says:

    They must have gotten some of those eskimo kissing bears free with a hallmark purchase a few years ago.

  43. Amice says:

    And…nose, nose, cha cha cha….

  44. Melanie says:

    “I told you not to have onions before this photo shoot… it’s all I can smell.”

  45. Cloud says:

    Yes, my darleeng. I wish to keez you pash-o-net-lee, but your garleec breath make theez deefeecult.

  46. Roto13 says:

    I actually kind of like this one. :P

  47. Nyla says:

    An Eskimo kiss gone wrong

  48. crafty says:

    - – lowered expectations – -

    Does this remind anyone else of that dating show from Mad TV?

  49. stepstranger says:

    We can only assume that they are celebrating their Eskimo heritage outside the very bowling alley where he proposed.

  50. nicswife says:

    ooo ooo awkward feet!

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