Captured here: The magical moment of a proposal when two lovers realize they will be together forever. Not seen: 30 years of emotional agony and torture.

Pyramid Head is a traditional staple of the Comedy Goldmine, along with references to the cube from Portal and general disappointment.

It's a metal figure riding a metal horse and there is absolutely no comedic comment, reference, pun or joke I could possibly use here as a caption. Please continue onto the next image and enjoy the rest of the article.

Pretend I didn't use the "blown away" gag for the kite image so I can use it for this saxophone player.

These three characters represent see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil, one of the funniest Richard Pryor/Gene Wilder comedies of all time.

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