It’s the dream of countless gay men and straight women alike to get one this big — and hey — that’s a nice ring, too!
“Live Photo” is an iPhone camera setting that takes a short video/audio clip instead of a still photo.
Honestly, we don’t know what it’s supposed to be for other than stealthily filling up people’s phone memory quicker so they think they need a new phone sooner.
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Many people have the setting on without knowing it, so every time they send a photo to family or friends, they’re unintentionally sending a video.
It’s usually pretty funny, though the joke is typically limited to watching people awkwardly get into their pose.
Twitter user Nick Walsh uploaded a Live Photo he received from his recently-engaged friend showing off her ring.
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She inadvertently showed off much, much more.
“Waiting for my friend to realize she sent us all a Live Photo…” he wrote.
Since posting it, the clip has received nearly 300K likes and over 100K retweets.
Take a look at the work-un-friendly post, and it’ll be easy to see why she said ‘yes.’
“Accidentally.” Sure, Jan.
Holy crap this was the funniest thing I’ve seen all day. Nearly died laughing, sent it to so many friends haha. TOO good!
he walks right into frame, pulling his pants down. No accident there
The live photo is an iphone thing. They start off as stills but become live when viewing. Either way a nice addition.
I prefer John Barrowman’s husband accidentally walking into the frame of a live-stream podcast. That’s sort of keeping it all in the family.
That one was cute. If I recall, he also immediately turned around and told him that he just flashed everyone his dick.
Clearly intentional who gets out of the bed like that
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