What happens in the cornfield stays in the cornfield.
(submitted by Amy)
Love this photo it’s A-MAIZE-ING
They were in the corn husk tent and he just showed her his huge zucchini…nothing awkward about that. I bet they they had fun!
So this is what happens after a roll in the hay.
“Oh Don, shouldn’t you get back down to the ad agency? I mean, this torrid afternoon in the corn hut has been dreamy, but next time let’s go to the Hilton.”
Looks like a possible bait and switch.
Gotta say, this is one of the best group of comments for a pic on this site. Excellent!
Except for turd-in-the-punchbowl commenter dfgsgd…
Orville Redenbacher trying to put the moves on a young hottie !!!
That is a cool pic…lots of funny comments came out of it :=)
Well,I’m amaized….that man is old Pop Corn. If only this corn patch could talk…. but it only has ears for you.
Nicely done. 🙂
“and this my dear camerawomen can satisfy you too, just look at Jenny blushing over there, she can’t get enough, if you know what I mean…”
She’s got him grabbing his gourd…
If a body meet a body comin’ through the corn…
Publisher to Salinger:
Couple of things,first we’re changing it to Catcher in the Corn, second the main character is now called Holden Zucchini.
Well, she looks sated.
Is he her stalker?
“Yes, dear, it really is this big!”
“you can’t fool me, that is not corn…”
You call it corn, we call it zucchini…..??????
(I hope I’m not the only one who is old enough to get that reference)
“…we call it maize.” Guess I’m just as old as you.
I love this photo! What is the deal with people and cucumbers back in the day though?
If it has to be explained – you are too young to know….
They didn’t have x-box.
Well, there was no molded silicone then…..
She got an A in Home-Ec for being the only one to make a skirt out of corn husks. This could be the equivalent of today’s duct tape scholarship contest.
They are overdressed for corn shucking. But big ups for the cool hat!
I’ve heard of keeping crazy relatives in the attic, but maybe he just built her a corn tent to live in.
Back when farmers could afford suits…and women.
This photo’s not awkward. Just corny.
Ba dum dum! Great one.
Is he holding a zucchini? awesomeness.
Ah, yes, the days when one wore hats and neckties at all times, but especially when spooning in a cornfield.
“Oh Rupert, how you delight me with your big lovely zucchini. But now I must cover myself up with this corn husk skirt….”
You had me at “Oh Rupert”!
Is that a zucchini you’re holding, or are you just glad to see me?
(His relpy) “No …. it’s a zucchini.”
What an awesome old photo! Thank you so much for sharing!
My! What big ears you have…
That’s the best!
ding, ding, ding…winner !!!
Why is she under the corn stalks? and is that corn he’s holding? (seriously)
Bogie is holding a very large squash. She, apparently, is a shy bride, hiding beneath the cover of corn.
Is that vegetable he’s holding used to summon the Lady of the Corn?
Not very funny, I don’t see what’s awkward either.
Of course not. Demand your money back. Life is too short for you to be treated this way.
I think a strongly worded letter to management is in order.
Amy, you are hilarious! Thanks for that!
HAHAHA, I like you Amy 🙂
Love it, Amy!!!!!
awkwardness meets stoicism meets gang mentality. love it.
Stephen King’s parents?
stephen king is the reason i hate driving by cornfields…
If they are are sitting around in what’s left of a cornfield I’m wondering why he’s holding a gynormous zucchini. Hmmm….very awkward!! lol
You know what they say about big feet…..lol
Gyn-ormous…that explains a lot.
And you wondered where the Children of the Corn came from…
Was this the rural equivalent of asking someone up to see your etchings?
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