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You know that episode of Friends where Joey says he wouldn’t have had breakfast if he would have known that there are corsages?
Joey would approve of this trend.
Croissants as corsages are popping up at proms like tourists at a breakfast buffet.
Teens are replacing traditional prom corsages (a wristband with flowers, typically a rose) with a fluffy crescent-shaped pastry. And we are SO on board with this trend.
when you say croissant instead of corsage pic.twitter.com/3yg7Z0TeTa
— Melanie (@melskels7) October 9, 2016
Whilst prom is famed for girls dressing up in beautiful gowns, and boys donning a dapper suit, it’s also a time where teens leave behind their high school selves and come out of their shell ready to take on the world. So why not have a snack handy?
I mean, dresses and suits are cute and all, but can you eat them? Also, roses sure have a delicate scent, but do they come from a bakery? Exactly.
HE GOT ME A CROISSANT CORSAGE I CANT 💓💓💓😩😩 pic.twitter.com/ca1DRENZaE
— Car (@carlee_bar) June 29, 2016
Croissant corsage pic.twitter.com/BBLHyzkC2e
— shrekphanie (@Stephunayew) May 15, 2017
Forgot to get a corsage, so we had to settle for a croissant 🥐 pic.twitter.com/06NJEdVMQu
— Andy E.W. (@AndyEW99) May 14, 2017
It’s a surefire way to stand out from the crowd, and also make a couple (hungry) friends. A croissant as a corsage is definitely a ~tasteful~ accessory, and you can always sneak in a little nibble between songs.
Who needs a corsage when you could have a croissant? pic.twitter.com/WvFgr81yw5
— Mackenzie Brockman (@KenzieBrockman) April 22, 2017
Also, let’s be honest. They do sound ridiculously (deliciously?) similar.
Ways my family has pronounced corsage in the past 24hrs:
— Stop,Drop,andKickAss (@Rune_exe) May 21, 2017