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Meme Generator About Distracted Boyfriend, also known as Man Looking at Other Woman, is an object labeling stock photo series in which a man looks at the backside of a woman walking by while another woman, presumably his romantic partner, looks on disapprovingly. Origin On November 2, , the source image, taken by photographer Antonion Guillem, was posted on the stock photo database iStock  under the description "Disloyal man with his girlfriend looking at another girl" shown below, left. According to a post published on the Meme Documentation  Tumblr blog, the earliest known captioned version of the photo was submitted to a Turkish Facebook group at an unknown date. Within seven months, the post gained over 28, likes. On August 19th, Twitter user n1m posted the stock depicting the man staring longingly at "socialism" while "capitalism" looks on shown below, right. On August 21st, Redditor danikger submitted a captioned version of the photo in which the man looks back at the solar eclipse while being stared at by "scientific evidence supporting the dangers of staring at the sun" shown below. On August 22nd, Tumblr user klubbhead posted a compilation of similar photos from the series, featuring the man looking at the same woman at various instances with at the end showing his romantic partner in disstress and questioning why she didn't dump him. On August 24th, Twitter user akfamilyhomeak  posted a tweet featuring a similar scenario, but instead showing the two women from the series getting closer to each other with the man being blurry in the background. Later that day, Twitter user oranforest  added a photo to the same series as akfamilyhomeak, featuring the two women being together with the implication that they got together shown below. Interviews In late August, photographer Antonio Guillem gave several interviews about the photograph to various news sites, including Wired  and The Guardian,  in which he revealed he didn't known what a meme was until recently. On August 29th, NY Mag  published an interview conducted by Guillem with the models from the photo. Distracted Girlfriend In late October , another photograph by Antonion Guillem was discovered on Shutterstock  in which the roles were reversed, depicting a man's girlfriend looking lustfully at a man passing by shown below. On October 29th, , Redditor toastr submitted an image featuring the new stock photo placed underneath the original Distracted Boyfriend picture, along with the caption "The tables have turned. Shortly after the tweet, they created a Distracted Boyfriend parody of the image, gaining over 1, retweets shown below, left. The following day, Tom Cruise tweeted the image. In the replies to the tweet, film critic Ali Plumb requested that somebody create a Distracted Boyfriend parody of the image. The most popular was created by Twitter user Malforian, gaining over 1, retweets shown below, right. People responded to the image by posting memes featuring the paining. That day, Twitter  user TheHipsterRebbe tweeted a version of the image where the characters are labeled "social contract theory," "enlightenment dude" and "divine right of knights. The post shown below, center received more than retweets and 1, likes in 24 hours. Twitter  user KitsuneAlicia photoshopped the picture so that both the Distracted Boyfriend and Reynolds's painting label the characters. The post shown below, right received more than retweets and 1, likes in 24 hours. Several media outlets covered the reaction to the painting, including Mashable ,  The Daily Dot ,  and more. Cape Town Recreation On July 7th, , Twitter user pjmboothang  tweeted an image she had taken of her friend that inadvertently bore a strong resemblance to the Distracted Boyfriend image shown below. The tweet gained over , retweets and , likes. The spread of her image was covered by Buzzfeed  and Daily Dot. That day, the post garnered more than 1, likes. The same day, Twitter user Kesseltoyrun reposted the photo, which gained upwards of 33, likes and 10, retweets within 24 hours. Also on July 23rd, a Moments  page titled "Star Wars fans put their own spin on the 'distracted boyfriend' meme at Comic-Con" was published on Twitter, collecting various reactions to the photo shown below. The same day, Twitter user Lifetheuniverce  photoshopped several of the photos on to the original Distracted Boyfriend image shown below. Within 24 hours, the tweet gained over 2, likes and retweets. On June 26th, Twitter published a Moments  page for the photos titled "Distracted boyfriend's partner is stunned by phone and computer screens.
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