What Do the Drawings on Angelina Jolie's Wedding Dress Mean? Funny or Die Knows

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 11: Actress Angelina Jolie leaves Lancaster House after attending the G8 Foreign Minsters' conference on April 11, 2013 in London, England. G8 Foreign Ministers are holding a two day meeting where they will discuss the situation in the Middle East; including Syria and Iran, security and stability across North and West Africa, Democratic People's Republic of Korea and climate change. British Foreign Secretary William Hague will also highlight five key policy priorities. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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When word got out that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt tied the knot, one question remained: "What did Angie's dress look like?" (OK, maybe two — did Maddox bring his alleged lady friend?) But when the answer finally surfaced and all was, ahem, unveiled, no one was surprised to learn that Angie's dress was both stunning and quirky, as the actress had her kids draw all over the back of her Atelier Versace gown as though it was a paper tablecloth at a restaurant. (I guess this is what one does when one has cash to burn). Say what you will about the choice to do so — "sooooo adorable" or "sooo unique" or "soooo wasteful" — but some hilarious guys over at Funny or Die have instead decided to conjure up what Angelina Jolie's wedding dress might have looked like up close — what were those drawings, anyway? 

Pat O'Brien and Zack Poitras's imagined dress is filled with all of the images you would hope that the Jolie-Pitt kids would draw: Jennifer Aniston (she could have been their mom!) that time Jolie kissed her brother, and of course, a message from her adopted kids, as they will sadly never inherit those beautiful genes.

You can check out a picture of it below, but you can click here for a hovering feature which allows you to see the funny parody drawings up close.

Image: Funny or Die

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