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2017-06-18 09:21:16 AM  
Ok, you started my day off with a smile. Thanks, Subby! 8)
 
2017-06-18 11:24:01 AM  
Awesome! :)
 
2017-06-18 11:24:47 AM  
I'm as cynical as they come, but that was pretty damned cute.
 
2017-06-18 11:25:00 AM  
That's odd. I'm always getting mistaken for villains from children's books. Just the other day the mother of some screaming child told me 'he thinks you're the angry cloud that ruined a picnic in some stupid book you've never heard of'. Wtf kid, I don't look anything like a cloud. Fark, kids are dumb
 
2017-06-18 11:25:48 AM  
Gotta love the Internet. This heartwarming story brought to you by Skizzotrobzface.
 
2017-06-18 11:31:18 AM  

TorpedoOrca: That's odd. I'm always getting mistaken for villains from children's books. Just the other day the mother of some screaming child told me 'he thinks you're the angry cloud that ruined a picnic in some stupid book you've never heard of'. Wtf kid, I don't look anything like a cloud. Fark, kids are dumb


And hair on a fire truck?? Toot toot! F-

Heh... thanks, Maddox.
 
2017-06-18 11:32:52 AM  
What book was it?  I can't make it out.
 
2017-06-18 11:33:27 AM  
Awwww...that's beautiful. Thanks Subs.
 
2017-06-18 11:34:53 AM  

ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.


Had to be Princess and the Frog.
 
2017-06-18 11:36:31 AM  

TorpedoOrca: That's odd. I'm always getting mistaken for villains from children's books. Just the other day the mother of some screaming child told me 'he thinks you're the angry cloud that ruined a picnic in some stupid book you've never heard of'. Wtf kid, I don't look anything like a cloud. Fark, kids are dumb


For some reason, that made me belly laugh.
 
2017-06-18 11:36:43 AM  

ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.


Yeah, they make sure to mention the dude's infantile imgur handle but don't even mention the book the girl loves.

Of course, the kid may have been waaaay off base and the woman in the dress bears absolutely no resemblance whatsoever to the character in the book, and it would have been really embarrassing for all parties involved.

Not sure how you get more embarrassing than Skizzotrobzface though...
 
2017-06-18 11:36:46 AM  
While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.
 
2017-06-18 11:37:25 AM  
I always get mistaken for the guys on the covers of Harlequin Romances.
 
2017-06-18 11:37:53 AM  

Great_Milenko: ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

Yeah, they make sure to mention the dude's infantile imgur handle but don't even mention the book the girl loves.

Of course, the kid may have been waaaay off base and the woman in the dress bears absolutely no resemblance whatsoever to the character in the book, and it would have been really embarrassing for all parties involved.

Not sure how you get more embarrassing than Skizzotrobzface though...


Hopefully it wasn't Wicked.
 
2017-06-18 11:39:41 AM  
Fox News.  You will finally get a smile and clap from me.  Progress
 
2017-06-18 11:40:12 AM  

ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.


It's The Woman in White, which isn't even a kids book, which made my wife like this even more.
 
2017-06-18 11:44:38 AM  
This gave me lift but has me blinking back tears as well.
It's Father's Day and I miss my Dad so much.  He died in 2000.
Tiny children would shyly approach him, Mom and I would look at each other, smile, and say "He's got another one."
The kiddoes would ask, "Are you Santa?"
It didn't matter how busy he was or how "distinguished" the clients he was dining with--he would talk to them and listen to them as though they were the most important person in the world.

Just like this bride did.  The years of "wonder" are very short and if someone takes the time to bring a little magic into a child's heart...I hope this woman has a good life.  I think Skizzotrobzface picked himself a keeper.
 
2017-06-18 11:51:54 AM  

ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.


And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

i.imgur.com
 
2017-06-18 11:54:37 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.

And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

[i.imgur.com image 850x1275]


It says the wedding was in February so I'd guess.... February.
 
2017-06-18 11:55:05 AM  

xrayspx: ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

It's The Woman in White, which isn't even a kids book, which made my wife like this even more.


Do know you know of a copy of that book that has a cover that looks anything like that?  Or are you just guessing?  I ask because though the smudges what that would be words on the cover can't be read, they certainly don't seem to line up with that as a title - either with the author name before or after.

Linking to the wiki entry is less helpful than linking to something that looks like that cover ;)
 
2017-06-18 11:55:46 AM  

xrayspx: ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

It's The Woman in White, which isn't even a kids book, which made my wife like this even more.


Here is the cover of the version the girl has:
img.fark.net
 
2017-06-18 11:56:59 AM  

Salmon: I always get mistaken for the guys on the covers of Harlequin Romances.


images.gr-assets.com
 
2017-06-18 11:57:23 AM  

poison_amy: BarkingUnicorn: ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.

And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

[i.imgur.com image 850x1275]

It says the wedding was in February so I'd guess.... February.


It also says the guy called her his "wife" which would mean the wedding was in the past.  Maybe she just likes putting the dress back on and wandering around Seattle? ;)
 
2017-06-18 12:00:51 PM  

ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.


it's been answered but since I went to the trouble

img.fark.net
 
2017-06-18 12:02:58 PM  
That's a rather confused child. Her favorite book is Wilkie Colins's 1859 novel The Woman in White. Particularly an edition that has as its cover illustration James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl.

img.fark.netimg.fark.net


Not only does the girl confuse a black bride with The White Girl, she thinks The Woman in White is a princess, while if she had read the book (an early detective mystery) she would know that the title character is "Anne Catherick  - An eccentric young woman distinguished by her insistence on white clothes; an illegitimate daughter of Laura's father."
 
2017-06-18 12:06:18 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.

And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

[i.imgur.com image 850x1275]


What's with the Top Gun fly poster? Is it for the sequel?

/Gotta love Seattle.
 
2017-06-18 12:07:13 PM  

HairBolus: That's a rather confused child. Her favorite book is Wilkie Colins's 1859 novel The Woman in White. Particularly an edition that has as its cover illustration James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl.

[img.fark.net image 196x321][img.fark.net image 160x321]


Not only does the girl confuse a black bride with The White Girl, she thinks The Woman in White is a princess, while if she had read the book (an early detective mystery) she would know that the title character is "Anne Catherick  - An eccentric young woman distinguished by her insistence on white clothes; an illegitimate daughter of Laura's father."


Nice detective work there.. you've discovered that 2 y/o girls like pictures on book covers and may have no idea what said book is about.

Jeezus
 
2017-06-18 12:08:23 PM  
1. Hang out with your child daughter near weddings
2. Take pictures with bride
3. ???
4. Profit save money (This counts as Disneyland!)
 
2017-06-18 12:10:11 PM  

HairBolus: That's a rather confused child [...] if she had read the book..."


The kid is a toddler.  She's likely not reading that, or any other book, yet.  Or rather, what books she reads likely are pages with just a couple words and then lots of colorful pictures.  She'd need to double her age to get to the age kids start to read, and double that again to be the age what that reads that particular book.
 
2017-06-18 12:11:12 PM  
Seco

elkboy: I'm as cynical as they come, but that was pretty damned cute.


Secondeded. Good find, Subby!
 
2017-06-18 12:16:17 PM  

GungFu: What's with the Top Gun fly poster? Is it for the sequel?

/Gotta love Seattle.


It's a Tom of Finland picture LOL. I want to see the alternate version of this story.

Little girl:" Are you one of the men in the poster?"

img.fark.net
 
2017-06-18 12:18:55 PM  

HairBolus: That's a rather confused child. Her favorite book is Wilkie Colins's 1859 novel The Woman in White. Particularly an edition that has as its cover illustration James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl.

[img.fark.net image 196x321][img.fark.net image 160x321]


Not only does the girl confuse a black bride with The White Girl, she thinks The Woman in White is a princess, while if she had read the book (an early detective mystery) she would know that the title character is "Anne Catherick  - An eccentric young woman distinguished by her insistence on white clothes; an illegitimate daughter of Laura's father."


she doesn't see color.
 
2017-06-18 12:19:34 PM  

HairBolus: That's a rather confused child. Her favorite book is Wilkie Colins's 1859 novel The Woman in White. Particularly an edition that has as its cover illustration James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl.

[img.fark.net image 196x321][img.fark.net image 160x321]


Not only does the girl confuse a black bride with The White Girl, she thinks The Woman in White is a princess, while if she had read the book (an early detective mystery) she would know that the title character is "Anne Catherick  - An eccentric young woman distinguished by her insistence on white clothes; an illegitimate daughter of Laura's father."


Don't be that person.   Nobody likes that person.
 
2017-06-18 12:28:53 PM  

jaytkay: GungFu: What's with the Top Gun fly poster? Is it for the sequel?

/Gotta love Seattle.

It's a Tom of Finland picture LOL. I want to see the alternate version of this story.

Little girl:" Are you one of the men in the poster?"

[img.fark.net image 400x291]


huh, never heard of him and just had a good google of it; pretty awesome stuff!!!
 
2017-06-18 12:29:42 PM  
reminds me of the time I was in the city and my little sis saw an ad for strippers and screamed, "SPICE GIRLS!"
 
2017-06-18 12:30:38 PM  
Meanwhile in England...
 
2017-06-18 12:34:45 PM  

Zevon's Evil Twin: This gave me lift but has me blinking back tears as well.
It's Father's Day and I miss my Dad so much.  He died in 2000.
Tiny children would shyly approach him, Mom and I would look at each other, smile, and say "He's got another one."
The kiddoes would ask, "Are you Santa?"
It didn't matter how busy he was or how "distinguished" the clients he was dining with--he would talk to them and listen to them as though they were the most important person in the world.

Just like this bride did.  The years of "wonder" are very short and if someone takes the time to bring a little magic into a child's heart...I hope this woman has a good life. I think Skizzotrobzface picked himself a keeper.


Yep, that goes along with " No matter how old you are, if a little kid hands you a toy phone... Answer it." because they don't stay that open for long.
 
2017-06-18 12:36:17 PM  

stonelotus: Salmon: I always get mistaken for the guys on the covers of Harlequin Romances.

[images.gr-assets.com image 316x500]


Racecar driver
In the pit
With a blunt object
 
2017-06-18 12:39:49 PM  

OK So Amuse Me: Zevon's Evil Twin: This gave me lift but has me blinking back tears as well.
It's Father's Day and I miss my Dad so much.  He died in 2000.
Tiny children would shyly approach him, Mom and I would look at each other, smile, and say "He's got another one."
The kiddoes would ask, "Are you Santa?"
It didn't matter how busy he was or how "distinguished" the clients he was dining with--he would talk to them and listen to them as though they were the most important person in the world.

Just like this bride did.  The years of "wonder" are very short and if someone takes the time to bring a little magic into a child's heart...I hope this woman has a good life. I think Skizzotrobzface picked himself a keeper.

Yep, that goes along with " No matter how old you are, if a little kid hands you a toy phone... Answer it." because they don't stay that open for long.


 
2017-06-18 12:56:51 PM  

IamAwake: poison_amy: BarkingUnicorn: ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.

And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

[i.imgur.com image 850x1275]

It says the wedding was in February so I'd guess.... February.

It also says the guy called her his "wife" which would mean the wedding was in the past.  Maybe she just likes putting the dress back on and wandering around Seattle? ;)


Or maybe, as TFA stated, they were out getting official wedding photos and just got them back from the photographer with permission to make public.
 
2017-06-18 12:58:40 PM  

catmandu: IamAwake: poison_amy: BarkingUnicorn: ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.

And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

[i.imgur.com image 850x1275]

It says the wedding was in February so I'd guess.... February.

It also says the guy called her his "wife" which would mean the wedding was in the past.  Maybe she just likes putting the dress back on and wandering around Seattle? ;)

Or maybe, as TFA stated, they were out getting official wedding photos and just got them back from the photographer with permission to make public.


When there's a winky-face, the sound isn't even "whoosh" it's just...::blink::
 
2017-06-18 01:03:57 PM  

ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

The book was "The Woman in White" by Wilkie Collins. The book does not actually feature a princess, but a woman in a long white gown on the cover, who the little girl thought was a princess

.

I know no one reads TFA...
 
2017-06-18 01:13:53 PM  

Flab: ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

The book was "The Woman in White" by Wilkie Collins. The book does not actually feature a princess, but a woman in a long white gown on the cover, who the little girl thought was a princess.

I know no one reads TFA...


Except the mods changed the linked article after this went green, and the original article made no mention of the book...
 
2017-06-18 01:15:42 PM  

Flab: ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

The book was "The Woman in White" by Wilkie Collins. The book does not actually feature a princess, but a woman in a long white gown on the cover, who the little girl thought was a princess.

I know no one reads TFA...


It has been edited.  A lot, really - it didn't have that bottom picture in it when I looked earlier.  And it seems to have removed the husband's account name, too.
 
2017-06-18 01:25:08 PM  
Too cute . the little one looks like my god daughter .
 
2017-06-18 01:28:08 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: ChrisDe: While much of the country is having a heat wave, in Seattle they are wearing fur-lined parkas. Gotta love Seattle.

And waterproof boots.  (Of course, we don't know when the pics were taken.)

[i.imgur.com image 850x1275]


Actually, we do know when the pics were taken.  From the article:

"back in February"
 
2017-06-18 01:37:29 PM  

IamAwake: Flab: ArkPanda: What book was it?  I can't make it out.

The book was "The Woman in White" by Wilkie Collins. The book does not actually feature a princess, but a woman in a long white gown on the cover, who the little girl thought was a princess.

I know no one reads TFA...

It has been edited.  A lot, really - it didn't have that bottom picture in it when I looked earlier.  And it seems to have removed the husband's account name, too.


It was originally a Fox News link.
 
2017-06-18 01:48:39 PM  
More like Princess D'aawwwdusty in here ain't it?
 
2017-06-18 02:12:33 PM  
When my daughter was two, she also thought brides were princesses. I wonder how common that is.
 
2017-06-18 02:15:40 PM  

HairBolus: That's a rather confused child. Her favorite book is Wilkie Colins's 1859 novel The Woman in White. Particularly an edition that has as its cover illustration James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl.

[img.fark.net image 196x321][img.fark.net image 160x321]


Not only does the girl confuse a black bride with The White Girl, she thinks The Woman in White is a princess, while if she had read the book (an early detective mystery) she would know that the title character is "Anne Catherick  - An eccentric young woman distinguished by her insistence on white clothes; an illegitimate daughter of Laura's father."


Dude... she's two years old.
 
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