The Interrupting Llama

June 6th, 2013

The Interrupting Llama - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

He’ll wait.

(via Caroline Tran)

20 Responses to “The Interrupting Llama”

  1. Shaz says:

    OMG, that llama is absolutely ADORABLE! I just want to kiss its fuzzy little nose and bury my face in all that fluffiness. SOOOO cute.

    And the fact that the llama is white is just the frosting on the cake, if you will. It looks like it is totally part of the wedding. This one made my day.

  2. Denise says:

    It looks like the llama wants to object to the wedding

  3. Riette says:

    I never laughed so hard,omfg! Hahahah!!

  4. Tim says:

    It should have been ME at the alter….ME…not her

  5. Lis T says:

    Damn you, autofocus 😉

  6. CarrieM says:

    This is fantastic! To me llama faces are inherently funny to start with, this is even better.

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  9. LSM says:

    photo bombed by llama

  10. the_goat says:

    AAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA. i wish this was my wedding photo. i guess i can dream (where does one find a llama in afghanistan?) … (joke)

  11. Codeluver says:


  12. EA says:

    This is absolutely, positively, the best wedding photo I have ever seen. I kind of want to print it out and hang it on my fridge or something.

  13. Kristen says:

    I am sure that the llama being in focus was meant in good humor. Why else would the photographer have delivered that shot?

  14. Graeme says:

    It would be even more awesome if the camera panned out, and it turned out the llama was saying: “I now pronounce you husband and wife”.

  15. Adano says:

    I got NEXT!

  16. Ellie says:

    The llama has such a cute heart shaped nose! But I am not sure why he was needed in the ceremony…

  17. Claire's mom says:

    Best wedding photobomb ever.

  18. Tim R says:

    I find it interesting that the camera is focused on the Llama and not the couple.

  19. Surreall says:

    I don’t know why I love this picture. The llama looks so…happy for them.

  20. CW says:

    I LOVE this! There was a pen of llamas next to the church we were married in, that we called “the wedding llama”. What a funny coincidence – it’s our wedding anniversary today!

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