Have you ever wanted to White people harder than you’ve ever White peopled before?
Well Madison Moxley and her fiancé Mason Whitis are achieving your dreams, one step back into fashion past at a time.
Take a look here.
No, this is not from the 1980s.
This is now and it was deliberate.
Madison and Mason met at a Kohl’s after talking on Tinder and the rest, as they say, is history:
“We learned we were born in the same hospital 2 days apart. We’ve been in several rooms together throughout our lives and never knew. We even both got in trouble as children for eating a whole box of Little Debbie brownies in one sitting.
And their relationship is a highly functional one.
“We are each others best friends and tell each other everything. We have always had open communication in our relationship. Never played any ‘games’ if something is bothering one of us, we just say it. The other fixes it or lets the other vent, it’s a team effort, but we have always seen our problems as something we both tackle.
So why express their love with ill fitting sweaters, top ponies, and bridge glasses?
Well, according to Madison, because the couple expresses themselves best through humor.
“Humor has been the centerpiece of our relationship. Mason does whatever he can do to make me laugh. You may think these photos were my idea, but Mason is the real mastermind. Also, he did these photos after breaking his arm 2 days prior, like what bad *ss. He goes to great lengths to make me laugh, they get much weirder than these pictures. 😂I make him laugh too, but mostly because he likes to make fun of me (out of love).
And for those of us who have had the great “honor” of having JC Penney photoshoots, we can really relate.
Sometimes we all need a little throwback moment.
Jose and I took JCPenney Portraits. pic.twitter.com/aMyiupvASu
— 🌻𝕃𝕠𝕣𝕖𝕝𝕝𝕪𝕖🌻 (@Lorellilly) August 31, 2019
Wait do people really still go to JC Penney for their portrait sessions lmao
— 𝚜 𝚝 𝚎 𝚏 𝚊 𝚗 𝚒 𝚎 (@stefbendt) August 1, 2019
Mr. Yates SAYS there’s a story behind this very 90s pic. I prefer to think him and his friend were walking through the mall in their SICK Quicksilver clothes and thought: IMPROMPTU JC PENNEY PORTRAIT STUDIO PHOTO SHOOT TIME! pic.twitter.com/jou1f3n00k
— Maisey Yates (@maiseyyates) April 16, 2018
— RVADirt (@RVAdirt) March 24, 2018
In my effort to bring joy into 2017, I give you the JC Penney portrait my son and his best friend took yesterday. You're welcome. pic.twitter.com/9Y2u7sLerD
— Sarah (@greenclogs) January 2, 2017
Scene from a JC Penney's portrait studio: pic.twitter.com/apSRqseK
— Keith Phipps (@kphipps3000) February 13, 2013
Excited to hang up my family's 90s mall portraits 🙂 pic.twitter.com/LLK9iBY5X7
— love and thunder (@forestfamiliar) October 29, 2018
There is truly nothing that is greater comic gold than a mall portrait.
“We’ve seen countless movies, eaten a brain burger, bungee jumped, performed improv, broken bones, had surgeries, lost weight, discussed just how attractive Chris Hemsworth really is, gained weight, moved to the city, graduated college, learned to longboard, and supported each other through our dreams.”
“We watched them change and grow between us. Mason loves my ambition and I love his big heart. He’s the one I can always count on and look to in times of need, and I hope he knows I’d do the same for him.
“Thank you for sharing these photos, they really do capture our unique relationship,” Madison concluded.
The photos, which were taken by JCPenney portrait photographer Dawn Rene Winebrenner, have seen over 10,000 shares on Facebook.
Many happy years to an outstanding couple.
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