TikToker told to leave partner after he was caught rolling his eyes during Live Photo

TikToker told to leave partner after he was caught rolling his eyes during Live Photo
Photo courtesy of @dianenoel91/ TikTok

A viral TikTok left people with mixed emotions after a woman shared a video of her partner seemingly not enthusiastic about taking a photo.

Diane Leonard, who goes by dianenoel91 on TikTok, posted a video that accidentally highlighted the “behind the scenes” of a couple taking a video.

The video captioned, “my partner sick of my s**t, live photo captures everything,” you see Leonard and her partner standing in a room with a wooden floor, a black couch, and a glass screen door posing for a picture at what could be deemed a get together at a house.

A TikToker and her partner taking a photo togetherPhoto courtesy of @dianenoel91/TikTok

But then the video zooms in on his face, which starts as a smile. It’s not until she tapped the screen to see the live photo option, courtesy of Apple’s iPhones, you see his face turn from smile to straight-faced, to eye roll.

Smiling for the picture!Photo courtesy of @dianenoel91/TikTok

Apparently rolling his eyesPhoto courtesy of @dianenoel91/TikTok

In all fairness, sometimes photos capture you making the strangest faces ever, but that doesn’t necessarily mean anything. However, the video, which has now been viewed over 2.7 million times, has left many commenters with a lot to say about whether or not this should be a deal-breaker, or maybe he was just tired and didn’t want to have his picture taken at that time.

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“Nah, drop him. Pressed because you want a pic with him? Nah,” wrote one commenter.

“Bro could’ve just been tired [insert crying smiley face emoji], why’s everyone saying red flag lmaoo, “wrote TikTok meme account Pubity, which has over 5.4 million followers.

Another commenter pointed out that some people don’t like getting their picture taking, but do it for their loved ones who love it.

“Guys, it’s not a red flag. Some people just hate taking photos. He is doing it for her, doesn’t mean he likes it,” wrote another commenter.

Leonard also wrote a comment of her own addressing onlookers who think this is a red flag. “A second of our 9-year relationship and y’all got that [insert crying smiley face emoji],” she said.

Responding to onlookers.Photo courtesy of @dianenoel91/TikTok

Leonard is right. You can’t possibly know the full extent of someone’s dynamic with others just viewing a glimpse that they chose to post, after all.

It’s a funny take into the world of pictures. We’ve all been caught looking less than enthusiastic at some point!

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