The Real-Life “Distracted Boyfriend” Meme Is Better Than The Original

The famous “Distracted BF Meme” was accidentally created in real life! Brett, Grace, Daron and Jason break down the hilarious similarities between the stock photo and a real life photo (even though the IRL pic has gelato). Let us know if you think this guy was just photobombing or if he’s checking out the hottie with the ice cream in the comments below.

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