‘Til Death

February 8th, 2012

‘Til Death - Behind The Awkwardness

“Yes, this is my engagement picture. We thought it would be cute meaning ’til death do us part, but everyone thought it meant our love was already dead.”

(Photographer:Jack Carey, Edited by Robin Simpson )

27 Responses to “‘Til Death”

  1. Craig says:

    Amazing how it went from absolute eternal love to oh, not gonna be a wedding. I guess it’s true – actions speak louder than words.

  2. Logan says:

    I love it. When my wife and I married. I quickly purchased our funeral plots side by side. (However, I did not take pictures.)

  3. Roger Kaikko says:

    And they say Love is DEAD

  4. Ringals says:

    Oh dear 😀

  5. Aimee says:


  6. LV says:

    They’re dead, they don’t really care if someone takes a picture of their headstone.

  7. rdub says:

    In my town, we have cemeteries next to a school, a library, a park, a hotel, etc., so I can’t think of why a baseball field would be taboo.

  8. Alan says:

    Maybe they had ‘grave’ concerns about the engagement.

  9. TracyW says:

    I thought this was a “Till death do us part” and even considered they had purchased side by side burial plots to ensure this. (I think there are way too many people getting up there or that have passed in my family in recent years for me to think like this, lol!)

  10. Snowrider says:

    Borgess hospital in Kalamazoo, Mi has a next door cemetary. Yet another reason that I live an hour north.

  11. Snowrider says:

    So are you still married? Just curious…

  12. Noodengr says:

    I know of a family with the last name of Death. They live in the Toronto area, maybe you could go pose with one of their headstones too.
    Sousabeer There are many examples of headstones next to ordinary life, freeways, strip malls, you name it.

  13. LME says:

    So what did they photoshop the head stone or did they really go around to cemeteries looking for a head stone of someone with the last name Love?

  14. 626 says:

    Love never dies

  15. Wesley says:

    My condolences. Should I bring a casserole?

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