Release the chickens!
(submitted by Robert)
wow… she’s fit.
How many times do I have to tell you kids: DON’T PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD!!
OH MY LORD I THOUGHT THOSE WERE BABIES.
Omg. Wow. So. Anyways. hopefully they’re photoshopped?
If they were in Brazil this picture would totally make sense.
The expression is: Solta a franga!
That can be understood something like: release yourself, don’t repress yourself, feel free, do what you want to do no matter what the others are thinking about you…(release the chicken that lives inside you ;P)
Kentucky Flying Chicken
They’re not tossing them, they’re catching them! It’s like an egg toss, only … different.
Hmmm. Maybe their chickens are coming home to roost.
I could not figure for the life of me why anyone would toss raw chickens on the bride and groom.
This is hysterical! I’m guessing they were parodying the release of doves. If so, priceless
Agreed. Too funny. Even though I don’t totally “get” it, I bet they are a fun couple.
“As God is my witness, I thought turkeys (chickens?) could fly…”
Hopefully there was no salmonella poisoning on the honeymoon!
I miss Gordon Jump. Thanks for the awesome WKRP memory, pittipat.
“They were hitting the ground like wet bags of cement.” ROFL
I thought of the exact same scene!
That’s what happens when you hire The Non-Sequitor Wedding Photography Company to shoot your special day…
Because releasing doves is SO 2005.
That’s just foul.
What the cluck?!
I thought the same as Terri & was thinking it was something about “when pigs fly” about the likelihood of them/him/her ever getting married, yet here they are finally tying the knot. I thought that was a pretty good assessment until I realized they were naked chickens.
“until I realized they were naked chickens” — What — it would have been all better if they were formally dressed for the event??!!??
Ladies and gentleman the groom and bride – Sam -n- Ella.
Now that is clever.
Gross, all those droplets flying off the chickens is full of salmonella and getting all over her dress. Who would think this was good wedding photography?
ugh…why would you want to touch and get raw chicken juices all over your beautiful clothes and smell like that on your wedding day?
hmm-I was creeped out by the weird scene that seems to say “we love each other and raw dripping wet chickens” with the the soaking wet raw chickens hovering over their heads and the raw chicken water droplets coming into their happy smiley wide open mouths and the salmonella and the…just ew. But then I noticed her right hand is a bit smudgy. I think Photoshopped.
so very much “why?”
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!
Fly, be free!
I DID NOT say I wanted to be plucked on my wedding day.
Clearly some of the guests requested free-range chicken for their entree.
“Fly little friend! Be free!!!”
Did they meet in cooking school? Maybe while working at KFC? I got nothin’. This one has shot all the way through awkward to just plain puzzling.
of course! THAT would make sense!
Note that the couple are jumping. Something to do with spring chickens, maybe?
“RELEASE THE JUB JUB BIRDS!!!!!!!”
The fruminous bandersnatch was already booked?
I can’t even begin to imagine what that’s all about LOL. But at first glance, I thought they were kittens. Haha.
too cheap to buy doves?
Could we get some kind of explanation on this? I have no idea why anybody would throw raw chicken in the air in their wedding clothes.
euh I’m french and I don’t understand ..O_o unless the fact that it is a ridiculous scene
Don’t worry, it’s incomprehensible in any language/nationality.
Oh, goodness. At first glance, I thought these were long eared baby pigs!
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