Flower Girls

August 19th, 2010

Flower Girls - Kids

One followed orders while the other had bigger plans.

(submitted by Gina)

82 Responses to “Flower Girls”

  1. Bender says:

    Mrs. Robertson was never seen again.

  2. Mary says:

    oh my word this just exactly like my friend. how long ago was this photo take?!

  3. Confuzzled says:

    Why do those girls look exactly like my cousins? (Who, for the record, weren’t even alive in the 80s)

  4. nick says:

    Maybe its just a picture of a picture?

  5. Adam says:

    The girl on the right reminds me of the girl whos possesed in the first exorcist movie for some reason. FREAKY lol

  6. Courtney says:

    Oldest girl’s face looks Photoshopped to me. πŸ™ Not the same look at all as the other two…


  7. Erin says:

    People….it is a real picture!!!! It was just posted on that day, and thats the date that was put on it!!!

  8. Erin says:

    I know the one on the right!!!!! It is real!!!! just uploaded that day, and put on that date

  9. Gina says:

    Hello! I submitted this, and yes, I took a picture of the picture, for I didn’t have a scanner. Everyones comments are cracking me up!

  10. Ryanne says:

    seriously the best part is the captions, i hardly think any picture is funny until i read the comment and pee in my pants of laughter

  11. Goofball says:

    Awwww how cute are those two little girls….Thank goodness they have those beautiful flowers in their hair …….to hide their Horns !!!! creepy

  12. Sarah says:

    Just–please, nobody untie the red ribbons around their throats!

  13. HeatherW says:

    Tracey enjoyed the frill, pomp & circumstance of her wedding day, and squealed with delight when her little sisters put on their bridesmaids dresses. The local photographer made a huge to-do about the bridal portraits, discussing the merits of roses versus carnations and reception meat carving stations.

    Meanwhile, 8 year old Belinda quietly plotted her revenge.

  14. Becky says:

    Is that Ramona and Beezus? πŸ˜‰

  15. Silk! says:

    Bridesmaids of the corn

  16. Mala says:

    “Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?”
    “The same thing we do every night, Pinkyβ€”try to take over the world!”

  17. Wedding of the Damned. Now in 3D.

  18. Snoodles says:

    I can’t find the pic now, but I SWEAR the girl on the right is in another photo! And for some reason her head doesn’t look like it belongs where it is at……

  19. carol says:

    The newlywed knew her marriage was doomed after getting her wedding photos back.

  20. Cori says:

    Little Carrie, had a WONDERFUL idea how to win enough money to buy that pony. America’s Funniest Home Video’s was gonna LOVE what she had planned.

  21. Emily says:

    Perhaps it’s a second marriage, and these are the daughters of the groom.
    We’ll get you, stepmother!

  22. Jones says:

    A memorable True Blood episode: Lorena’s wedding day.

  23. Boppie says:

    I can’t look away from the one on the right – the bride is smiling so nicely, and all the one on the right can project is, bwa-hahahha, this is just the BEGINNING!

  24. fireflight says:

    Carrie? Put down the limo, Carrie.

  25. Tammy Nagel says:

    I never thought about taking a picture of picture. WOW!

  26. JerseyPam says:

    I can perfectly understand trying to save on wedding costs. My wedding dress was made by mom from a pattern, got the flowers from a local gladiola farmer wholesale, rented a deer hunting clubhouse for the reception, bought the booze in Delaware (no tax), and had a drunken friend videotape the event (definitely awkward family video).

    However, as this picture shows, money has to be spent on a good photographer. Someone needs to report this guy to the better business bureau and destroy his camera.

  27. emileigh says:

    The date is recent because it’s probably a picture of a picture πŸ™‚
    But seriously though, why is the girl on the right floating?!?!

  28. Sara says:

    “Pinky, are you pondering what I’m pondering?”
    “I think so, Brain, but if the plural of mouse is mice, wouldn’t the plural of spouse be spice?”

  29. LoveThisSite says:

    The girl on the right has a creepy, menacing look on her face. And how in the world was this taken yesterday?

  30. NYCMike says:

    I can’t decide which little girl strikes more terror into my heart. How did the photographer get two such adorable children to simultaneously turn evil for this shot?

  31. Bucksnut says:

    Never have the words “The Omen” sprung to mind so quickly. I shall call her Damianne.

    Actually, I’m not sure which one looks scarier.

  32. jac says:

    on the right “my plan is almost complete. as soon as she says ‘i do’ I become an heir! then blammo! its a done deal. Suckers!”
    On the left “i tried to warn her… why does no one listen to me? “

  33. CB says:

    It’s like the smirking girl knows how hideous that wedding dress will be in 20 years from then.

  34. Freckles says:

    Diabolical, much?

  35. Yvonne says:

    The person who writes these captions is a genius, lol! πŸ™‚

  36. JS says:

    The bride doesn’t know it yet, but she may be about to star in a horror movie. Those girls look scary!

  37. Kristin says:

    Both those children appear to be right out of a scary movie. Keep them away from the cake knife!

    • CarrieM says:

      Actually, the older girl already has the cake knife concealed in her flower basket. That’s why she’s holding it so tightly. Back in the reception hall, they’re scratching their heads right now, saying “That’s weird. I could have sworn it was just here a second ago…”

  38. CarrieM says:

    The older bridesmaid has plans to take over this shindig, and looking taller than the bride is just the beginning.

  39. Tom says:

    How in the world does this photo have a date of this Wednesday? The hair styles and dress styles are 20-30 years out of date.

    • eaps says:

      It was probably only recently developed from a roll of film that had been locked away in a deep, dark place to hide the evidence of what had happened that day…

    • Smashley says:

      Its a photo of a photo

    • Jenners says:

      When you don’t have a scanner, you take a picture of a picture.

    • chris says:

      Yep. That’s what I was wondering too.

    • Brenda says:

      It’s probably a picture of a picture.

    • June Bug says:

      Maybe they took a digital photo of the original photo. Either that, or someone took their digital camera back to 1983 in their time machine??

    • AMANDA says:

      I bet that the person took a picture of the picture to upload it easier. He/she probably did not have a scanner, or the scanner quality was not good.

    • Rick says:

      Could be a photo taken of a photo….. I’m just sayin.

      • jimkoo says:

        first of all i think its been established everyone believes it is a photo of a photo
        second of all ive never seen a digital camera place the date on a picture like that
        but maybe im just smart enough not to ruin a picture by turning on some hidden setting that makes this happen
        just saying

    • Dawn says:

      That’s EXACTLY what I thought. Suspicious if you ask me…

    • JoyBee says:

      I believe the person who submitted it took a picture of the picture so that it could be posted.

      Also, I agree that it’s hard to tell which one is more creepy!

    • mrs5180 says:

      the person who submited the photo took a picture of the original photo with their point and shoot camera

    • nother says:

      It was photoshopped. (the date, that is)

      • scruffy says:

        My thoughts exactly. It was photoshopped.

        Everything is photoshopped. Everything!!! EVERYTHING!!! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
        (Laughed manically as I’m already under the power of the Supreme Goddess of Flora.)

    • Jess says:

      Has anyone said yet that it’s probably a photo of a picture? πŸ˜›

      • eaps says:

        When you develop an actual roll of film, the date that you had a film developed shiws up, not the date it was taken. If that is the case, the owners could have easily scanned the photos in and uploaded them to their computers. What did we do before digital cameras and their calendars?…

        • willy says:

          who cares what it is

        • Jen says:

          Partially correct – when you develop a roll of film, the film development date shows up on the back with all of the printing info. Any date displayed on the front of the image was the date it was taken (assuming the correct date was programmed into the camera). This is the case with film date-stamp as well as digital date-stamp (in the cameras where date stamp is an option).

    • Suz says:

      20-30 years ago, when someone was taking the photo, they set the date ahead to 2010, knowing that it would be perfect for the yet to be created Awkward Family Photos site

      Or not πŸ˜‰

  40. Coco Brown says:

    The one on the right looks like she’s levitating while plotting her scheme for world domination…

  41. PJSaintOurs says:

    I shall make you all my minions and you shall wear the dress of humiliation.

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