This Wedding Photo During Philly’s Annual ‘Naked Bike Ride’ Is The First Candid I Can Get Behind

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Wedding photos are typically some of the most horribly staged abominations known to man. There are few things worse than a photographer lining people up like pigs to a slaughter while the new bride warns her wedding party to look like they’re having fun or suffer the wrath of a thousand exploding suns. It’s uncomfortable for everyone involved, and top legal experts say that it’s also the key reason why weddings should be required by law to have an open bar. That’s why it’s always nice to see a newly married couple surrounded by people in the epitome of a comfort zone.

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This photo comes courtesy of Philadelphia’s annual nude cycling ride, aptly named the Philly Naked Bike Ride. Nobody ever said that Philadelphians were creative, but it seems like they at least know how to have a good time. While the ride is said to support fuel efficiency or body positivity or some other cause that I in no way understand, in this case it managed to give this questionably happy couple the only shot from their wedding that won’t turn out cheesy as hell.

Unsurprisingly, the only people that look like they’re not having the time of their lives is the couple. That man already looks broken down as his blushing bride shuffles him off to go antiquing or fix a dryer. Sure, the months of planning and stress have likely taken its toll on them, but that’s no reason to not embrace the situation like Tank Top Guy tossing up the rock on sign.

Let this be a lesson to all the betrothed out there – if you want to have the hottest wedding photo in the land, be sure to do it in a place that’s planning to feature a bunch of naked folks on bicycles. The Internet, and your guests, will thank you for it. Also, don’t skimp on that open bar. It’s in your best interest.

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