Here is the story behind the last photograph (bottom row, on the right):
"It is December 1941. During WW2 a photographer was assigned to see what would happen during a blackout. With all the lights turned out, Harold Dale Mouser, 17, didn’t waste anytime. He is seen kissing his girlfriend Lenore Dorthy Frank of Seattle. The two eventually got married and raised five children."
These kisses require some practice:
Here is Deborah Walley holding a... rocket? -
Hayley Mills in the "Family Way", 1968:
and an Italian actress Christine Carere (or Carrere):
These photos have taken us aback, we have to admit... What is going on here? -
... especially when an embarrassing disaster happens there, and the photographer catches it on film:
Pretty extreme wedding present:
Less dangerous variation:
Married... to a cushion! -
Here is the story behind this picture: "A South Korean man living in Tokyo married a dakimakura, a life-sized cushion which has an anime cartoon girl drawn on it. The girl is Fate Testarossa from anime comic Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha. Local TV footage shows the man visiting a theme park with the cushion and going on a rollercoaster and a carousel ride. They then dine at a restaurant. Anime body cushions have become a trend with young men in Japan and Korea."... No comment.
Love is Grand!
A fragment of the movie poster for "The Wild Racers", 1968:
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