Thomas Whiteside
August 16, 2016

If there's one thing that we love about Chris Pratt (aside from the fact that he's a super talented actor and seemingly amazing father and husband), it's that he really knows how to make us laugh out loud. The star, who is InStyle's September 2016 Man of Style, took to Instagram today to share several photos from the shoot, and each of them was accompanied by a hilarious caption.

First, The Magnificent Seven cast member 'grammed a handsome black-and-white image from the magazine giving his followers the inside scoop on the feature. "Full disclosure I did not pick out any of the clothes which is kinda funny for a guy who is called the 'man of style'

I mostly like T shirts with American flags on them," Pratt wrote in the caption. "Usually I go for the one on the top of the 'shirt pile' but I want to promote this nice magazine called In Style Magazine because everyone who was there that hot day we were doing the photo shoot was really nice. They had nice food spread out. And they played good country music. And there were horses all over the place. I feel like I took some pictures with some horses but those didn't make the magazine. Maybe I accidentally closed my eyes or maybe the horse's agent threw a Hollywood bitch fit for some reason. The people who picked out the clothes have good style. No doubt. Oh! They even gave me a shirt!!!! Such a nice shirt. Like a flannel shirt but made out of pajamas and the thing cost like $500 or something ridiculous but they just gave it to me!!! So. Anyways. Hopefully this helps them at least sell $500 worth of magazines to make up for that sweet ass shirt. It's up in Washington so I can't send a pic right now of the shirt. But trust me. It's great."

@instylemagazine was kind enough to name me September's Man of Style. You can buy the #magazine on the stands now if it pleases you. This photo shoot was geared toward releasing the #magnificent #magnificent7 Movie in theaters September 23rd. Full disclosure I did not pick out any of the clothes which is kinda funny for a guy who is called the "man of style" đŸ˜‚ I mostly like T shirts with American flags on them. Usually I go for the one on the top of the "shirt pile" but I want to promote this nice magazine called In Style Magazine because everyone who was there that hot day we were doing the photo shoot was really nice. They had nice food spread out. And they played good country music. And there were horses all over the place. I feel like I took some pictures with some horses but those didn't make the magazine. Maybe I accidentally closed my eyes or maybe the horse's agent threw a Hollywood bitch fit for some reason. The people who picked out the clothes have good style. No doubt. Oh! They even gave me a shirt!!!! Such a nice shirt. Like a flannel shirt but made out of pajamas and the thing cost like $500 or something ridiculous but they just gave it to me!!! So. Anyways. Hopefully this helps them at least sell $500 worth of magazines to make up for that sweet ass shirt. It's up in Washington so I can't send a pic right now of the shirt. But trust me. It's great. @instylemagazine September 2016 Man of Style on newsstands now. Photographed by @thomaswhiteside; styled by @jamesvaleri; photo director @lisamartin0563; grooming by @bridgetbragerhair; production by @kelseystevensproduction.

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He quickly followed up the lengthy post with two more pictures from the spread, including one of the 37-year-old wearing a stylish Canadian tuxedo and another of him in a T-shirt and baseball hat. Each of the snaps had equally funny, though not as lengthy, captions as the first 'gram.

But the social media frenzy didn't stop there. Those photos of Pratt with a horse he was wondering about? Ask and you shall receive.

"Ok. So the @instylemagazine Photographer saw my earlier post and sent this photo! Proof! I did stand next to a horse," he wrote alongside the outtake below. "And also, I put that hat on the horses head. Boom. My idea! #classic And it didn't even freak out. I learned how to do that when I was making the #magnificent7 I basically learned a ton about dressing horses in funny clothes, hats, scarves, the like, you'll see a lot of that in the movie. Our horses are wearing funny little hats and boots and smoking pipes. Does anyone ever read this shit? Haha! That's not true. None of it. Well the part about me putting the hat on the horses head is true. I'm like the horse whisperer. Right after this I got it to stand on one foot and break a board with a blind fold on. Then I jumped it. Over a mountain. Not to brag."

Ok. So the @instylemagazine Photographer saw my earlier post and sent this photo! Proof! I did stand next to a horse. And also, I put that hat on the horses head. Boom. My idea! #classic And it didn't even freak out. I learned how to do that when I was making the #magnificent7 I basically learned a ton about dressing horses in funny clothes, hats, scarves, the like, you'll see a lot of that in the movie. Our horses are wearing funny little hats and boots and smoking pipes. Does anyone ever read this shit? Haha! That's not true. None of it. Well the part about me putting the hat on the horses head is true. I'm like the horse whisperer. Right after this I got it to stand on one foot and break a board with a blind fold on. Then I jumped it. Over a mountain. Not to brag.

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But it looks Chris wasn't the only Pratt impressed by the pictures. Former The Hills star Spencer Pratt (who shares the same last name as the actor but isn't related to him) took to Twitter to share a screenshot of one of the actor's caption, writing: "my cuz @prattprattpratt knows how to write chill caption about his hip model shot."

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To see more exclusive photos of Chris Pratt and read his full feature, pick up the magazine, now available on newsstands and for digital download.