If you haven't seen them yet, just wait till you reach your mid-to-late twenties: engagement photos will flood your Facebook and Instagram feeds. They all have the same air of "Look at our love! Isn't it grand?" -- at least, according to this skit written by Amy Schumer.
In a hilarious deleted scene of "Inside Amy Schumer," Schumer enlists comedian Julian McCullough as her pretend fiancée and "Girls" star Jemima Kirke as a photographer to parody a couples' engagement shoot.
"When people are engaged they hang out under trees," Kirke says in the skit, seemingly nonsensically. But a quick Pinterest search proves she's not wrong about that at all.
The poses become more and more outlandish as Kirke tries to find the perfect pose to "rub your happiness in the fat, townie faces of everyone you went to grade school with," as she so boldly states right before they start.
Watch the funny clip below.