It started simply enough (as these things tend to do), with a redditor posting this picture with the headline "Tried to get a photo of our proposal ... nailed it!" On its own, it's pretty hilarious. But the internet wasn't done with this photobombing guy. Not yet.
We've smothered the masses with costume ideas for you and your crew, and/or quite possibly soon to be epic wheelchair. Fortunately, we haven't forgotten the rest of you friendless, internet-loving basement dwellers out there. Yes, it's time to make your clever 2012 "meme" costume.
We here at TheFW are kind of obsessed with Zeddie Little, aka the guy from the Ridiculously Photogenic Guy meme. So we were beyond excited to learn that our pal Chris Kissel actually met him in person at a bar in Brooklyn, New York. And, as it turns out, he's even more ridiculously photogenic in the flesh.
The Web is teeming with hilarious memes. Every day, some unsuspecting person, dog or cartoon character has some clever words slapped on their photo before being circulated around the internet. But which memes are the funniest? That's where we come in.
You might recognize this young woman right here. If not, just look to the left.
Yep, that's Tries Really Hard Girl, the woman who's actually beating Ridiculously Photogenic Guy at the footrace they're in, but that nobody cares about. And the Internet has spun this minor bad luck into a whole history of tragedy.
In less than two weeks, Zeddie Watkins Little went from any good-looking runner to internet superstar thanks to one simple photograph.
Bestowed the title of the "Ridiculously Photogenic Guy," Little appeared more stock photo model than actual jogger while mid-stride during this year's South Carolina Cooper River Bridge Run -- a fact not lost on meme creators who've crafted dozens of hilarious images to remind us all just how attractive he is.
In one corner, we have "Ridiculously Photogenic Guy" Zeddie Little, who recently become an internet sensation thanks to his ability to be, uh, ridiculously photogenic. While jogging in South Carolina's 2012 Cooper River Bridge Run, his photo was taken by a bystander and turned into an incredibly popular web meme, prompting everyone to Facebook stalk him.
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