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A Single College Student Got Tired Of Couples Pictures So She Did A Romantic Photo Shoot With Pizza

This romance will never let you down.

This is Nicole Larson, a college student at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada.

Miriam Ott

On Monday, Larson announced to her Facebook friends that she had a very special person in her life, and did a photo shoot to commemorate the occasion...

Miriam Ott

Yep, Larson did her "Couple's Pictures 2015" with pizza.

Miriam Ott

You can feel the passion between these two.

Miriam Ott

Larson told BuzzFeed News that she had the idea to do couple pictures with pizza for a while, but decided to make them a reality this semester.

Miriam Ott

"I thought it would be a funny idea but never imagined it would go this viral," she said.

A friend set up Larson with Miriam Ott, a fellow student who is also a professional photographer.

Miriam Ott

"The moment I heard her idea, I loved it," Ott told BuzzFeed News. "It was extremely original, and I instantly pictured a romantic park, sitting on a park bench, enjoying fall with a large, cheesy pizza."

As for her choice of pizza, Larson said she decided on Pizza Hut because it was the only pizza place they had in the small town she grew up in.

Miriam Ott

"When she brought the Pizza Hut box, it almost gave her 'partner' an identity, so I made sure the brand was right side up, and peeking out in all the shots we took," Ott said.

Larson said she is very shy, and usually doesn't let the world see this side of her. But she decided to put the photos on Facebook, and people shared them widely.

Miriam Ott

Both women said they were blown away by the response to the pictures.

"We were both laughing the entire shoot, and I remember joking that these photos should go viral, but I don’t think either of us thought that the response would be this huge, so fast, and so positive," Ott said. "We’re loving it."

The photos are obviously hilarious, but Larson said she is also hoping to inspire women her age to be confident in who they are.

Miriam Ott

"There is a message underneath those pictures of body positivity and not [needing] a boyfriend to make you feel loved," she said.

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