It’s good to be the maid of honor.
(submitted by Jill)
“Wow, you were right, the laser hair removal really didn’t miss a hair!”
No… THAT’S not what made him run.
“Wow! I had no idea they could do corn-rows under there!”
On her wedding day, Rosie the Riveter shares a tender moment with her lesser-known sister, Sally the Sniffeter.
Go on. Lick it. I double-dog dare you.
He won’t believe thats where it’s coming from…you should’ve gone with Taupe dress for sure!
Wanna see what else I got waxed?
It is important to do a thorough tick check when participating in outdoor events in the summer months.
As part of your maid of honor duties, I require you to sniff and examine my crevices. We shall begin with my pits and proceed down until we reach the spaces between my toes.
Sarah Palin’s departure from the governorship has afforded her time to take on new job opportunities. We see her here as a bride’s-maid-for-hire using her past experience in beauty pageantry to inspect the budding bride’s armshelf before the wedding album photo shoot…
Yup–it’s definitely a zit. But just keep your arm like that, and no one will notice
Not exactly what we mean by “catching the bride’s bouquet”.
Originally when Cathy was asked to be Maid of Honor, it was the bathroom breaks she was dreading.
It may be strong enough for a man, but it ain’t workin on you honey!
…because the photographer didn’t have anything better to do…
…HEY I didn’t get this Canon EOS Rebel XSi Digital SLR Camera with Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS lens with unlimited memory card space for nothing!…
It’s called a “Brazilian”.
In both her deodorant choice and her imminent marriage, Heather lives by the wise words of the commercial jingle, “Raise your hand…raise your hand if you’re sure!”.
Is that a zit?!
And with a vicious elbow, Elaine made it very clear that Samantha was the 6th bridesmaid and would NOT be moving up the ladder today.
“Even on the most hectic of days, Melissa raises her hand because she’s Sure!”
Wow, you’re right. I can see the virgin Mary in your pit stubble!
Yep, you need a better antiperspirant.
Susan felt more sure about her smell than her soon-to-be marriage.
upon closer inspection Joleen noted that it was not a tick, just a big hairy mole!
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something ….Peeew!
Maids of honor don’t get the respect they use to.
“Chief, this is 86. I’m undercover as 99’s maid of honor…
…would you believe mother of the bride?”
Ok, NOW pull my finger
Look, I had everything waxed.
Oh, okay. Sorry, I coulda sworn you had a monkey in a headlock!
PIMPLE DISTRACTION PLAN #1: if we take goofy photos like this, no one will EVER notice the pimple on my forehead, hmmmm…wonder what the flower girl can sniff?
Yep, I got it that time!
Wow, you’re right…that dies look like the face of jesus in your armpit.
Um, wow, yeah…. you might want to get that looked at…
“Yep, they’re all gone.”
A sign of true friendship!
….oh sweetie, I think your Right Guard took a left turn.
Are you sure this is in the “Maid of Honor Handbook?”
This maid of honor does it all: Adjusts the veil, holds the flowers, removes the mole tag…
“Everybody sniff the bride,
sniff the bride,
sniff the bride.
Oh, everybody sniff the bride,
it’s her wedding day!”
I told you this is MY DAY (elbow drop)!
See, I lift my arm and it doesn’t fall down. I heart superglue.
“Nope, that’s not where it’s coming from…”
good one!!! lol
This was a good one!
The curtains match the rug, but the drapes sure don’t!!!
Unfortunately for Christine there was no amount of lilac that could mask the smell of the dreaded “bridal odar”
Have you seen my mother-in-law???
I think it’s an ingrown hair.
What they don’t tell you in the Maid of Honor job description: official pit checker.
There’s a tiny person on that speck that needs my help!
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