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Move over, Distracted Boyfriend––it's time for Distracted Groom!

The Distracted Boyfriend meme has been popular for quite a while. It made the rounds late last year along with a bunch of other pictures from the same photo-shoot, eventually telling a sordid tale of wandering eyes and cheating hearts. The meme serves to showcase all the ways in which people are easily... well... distracted.

In case you somehow managed to miss it, here are some examples from Twitter.




Okay, so you get the point. Recently, a wedding photographer managed to capture a picture that takes the distracted boyfriend meme and ramps it up to entirely new levels. The image, initially posted on Reddit, shows a bride and groom getting their picture taken in front of the sea. The bride is photo-ready, smirking coyly at the camera. The groom, however, is looking off behind him at a swimmer as he steps out of the water. The swimmer is well-muscled, wearing a gold chain, and has 100 percent of the groom's attention.

Yeah... it's a perfect "upgrade" from Distracted Boyfriend.

Twitter, being Twitter, wasn't about to let the opportunity go to waste. Let the meme parade begin!









People had some interesting ideas about what was happening.






There is only one thing that could make this better... the one thing that makes EVERYTHING on the internet better:

We can't get enough.

H/T: The Daily Dot, Twitter

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God grow up.

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According to the Pew Research Center, it's all of these things and more. All of these factors can influence a generations understanding of the world and ultimately their thoughts as the move through it.

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