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Kiss At Sister's Wedding, also known as Girl At Sister's Wedding, is a viral photograph of a woman sitting down at a table during a wedding where the bride and the groom are kissing in the background, juxtaposed by the woman's serious and annoyed face. After being posted to Reddit in mid-2022, the image macro became the subject of object labeling in subsequent edits online.
On August 7th, 2022, Redditor BabyGroot1337 posted a photograph to /r/funny, captioning it, "undoubtedly the best photo I took at my sister's wedding." It showed a woman sitting at a table and looking directly at the camera while the bride and groom were kissing each other in the background. In one day, the post received roughly 165,000 upvotes (shown below, left).
Roughly an hour later on August 7th, 2022, Redditor Gordon1Ramsay1Bolton was the first to object label the image in a post uploaded to /r/Memes. They wrote overtop the bride and groom kissing "Steam Sale" and overtop the blank-faced woman "My Unplayed Games." In one day, the meme received roughly 4,000 upvotes (shown below, right).
The template took off en masse from August 7th onward, predominantly circling the meme creators within Reddit's /r/Memes. For instance, on August 7th, 2022, Redditor Oobedoob_S_Benubi referenced the Warner Bros. Batgirl Cancellation Controversy in an iteration uploaded to /r/DC_Cinematic, earning over 500 upvotes in less than a day (shown below, left). On August 8th, Redditor YoungDeathWish posted an iteration to /r/me_irl  that referenced smoking weed all day instead of doing work. It received over 700 upvotes in less than a day (shown below, right).
Many Redditors, within /r/Memes specifically, started referencing the oversaturation of the new template, comparing it to similar templates from meme history such as Sad Wolverine Seeing Jean Grey and Cyclops Kiss. For instance, on August 7th, Redditor JasonVeritech was the first to reference the similarity in a post to /r/Memes, earning over 110 upvotes in one day (shown below, left). On August 8th, Redditor Damix2 posted a meme to /r/Memes that referenced multiple, similar templates such as Drakeposting, Left Exit 12 Off Ramp, This Is Brilliant But I Like This and Distracted Boyfriend. The meme received over 310 upvotes in less than a day (shown below, right).
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