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Nerdiest Couple EVER Takes the 6 Most Awkward, Sexy and Hilarious Engagement Photos EVER

I’ll admit that I didn’t know that engagement photos were thing, exactly. I mean, when I was engaged my then-fiancé and I asked a friend to snap a picture of us, but it wasn’t an engagement portrait so much as it was one of the few pictures we had of us together that didn’t have one of our arms sticking up in the air to take it ourselves.

But I am in the minority, apparently. Engagement photos, wedding photos and even “morning-after” wedding photos are all a thing. San Francisco couple Casey Grim and Adam McLaughlin know that, and when they got engaged, they decided to have some fun with the engagement-photo trend. Hilarious engagement photos ensued, but that description really doesn’t do them justice.

Casey posed seductively for a bunch of photos (because sexy engagement photos are part of the thing?), and then Adam struck the same pose, in the same wardrobe (or in some cases, topless) as Casey.

The resulting photos are awfully funny (emphasis on the awful and the funny). If the couple who laughs together stays together, there’s no doubt Casey and Adam will live happily ever after.

Take a look:

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    It Takes Two
    Photos by Red Scott
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    "A light heart lives long."
    William Shakespeare
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    "What the world really needs is more love and less paper work."
    - Pearl Bailey
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    "Three things can't be hidden: coughing, poverty, and love."
    - Yiddish proverb
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    "Gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love."
    - Albert Einstein
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    "Nothing spoils romance so much as a sense of humour in the woman."
    - Oscar Wilde
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    "We cannot really love anybody without whom we never laugh."
    - Alice Reppler

All photos used with permission from Casey Grim & Adam McLaughlin

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