This Girl Couldn’t Move Away In Time And Ended Up As A Meme
We’ve all done it: you’re walking around somewhere, minding your business when you inadvertently walk in front of someone posing for a photo. Sometimes you leap back to move out of the way, sometimes you stop to apologize, and once it’s happened enough, you may just ruin the photo, say “Oh well” and keep it moving.
They can just take another photo, right? Unfortunately for one girl in Tepoztlan, Mexico her attempt at evading a camera resulted in the creation of a meme.
Apparently, these two pals were posing for a photo when the young lady in yellow walked in front of camera. Although she tried to move out of the way, she was captured in one of the photos.
Instead of staying out of the frame, the girl looks like she’s about to run a 100-yard dash at the Olympics.
It’s unclear when this photo was taken, but the location appears to be Tepoztlán, a town in Mexico known for its Mercado Artesanal and El Tepotzeco, a temple built to honor the Aztec god Tepoztecatl.
A few searches of this photo result in stories published in the Phillipines and Indonesia that erroneously claim the photo was taken in Calcutta, India.
Of course, people started Photoshopping the image. Someone added a bullfighter…
Some stories claim the two young men in the photo asked for the young woman to be Photoshopped out of the photo and were trolled instead
… an actual bull…
… And even a goat.
The girl became a jockey…
A victim of WWE Superstar Randy Orton’s “RKO”…
And one of the few people to defeat Usain Bolt in a race.
Her pose reminded someone of the spiky-haired Anime ninja Naruto…
… While someone else reimagined her defeating Raditz in a battle from “Dragonball Z.”
Tbh, she looks ready to try out for the NFL.
And although this may be what the two young men in the photo intended to capture…
Someone else thought it was much better as a love story.
But if you ask me, I think she looks like a pro skateboarder who is nailing a trick while her two friends cheer her on.
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