I recommend reading this short story by Colin Nissan over at Timothy McSweeney's Internet Tendency. It goes sommit like this:
"Before you remove us from this frame and replace us with a picture of yourselves, I want you to take a nice, long look at us. We're gorgeous. What are the chances your family is as happy and aesthetically pleasing as us? I'd have to say four percent, top.
Do you like our sweaters? They're shearling. That means they're made from lambs. Specifically, lambs from the lamb farm we own. The same one where every sumer we invite underprivileged kids to feel temporarily privileged. Does your family own a lamb farm and invite underprivileged kids there?"
For LOLs a second continue reading HERE. I always wondered what they did when they weren't posing for photographs...