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Third Wheelin’ BFF Stuck Around for Three Years Taking Selfies and it Led to Something Wonderful

While most third wheelers hold a grudge, this guy owns it.

When most guys lose their BFF to a new significant other they get bummed out and find other people to hang with. Not this guy. He totally owns his new position as the third wheel in this relationship. He even celebrated it by taking a series of selfies over three years. On his Imgur page, earthyhillgivens called the series of photos that details his unusual relationship with his favorite couple, “​Third Wheelin,” and it ends in a pretty awesome way.

They're about to hit up that roller coaster, I'll take the seat behind them, stretch out a little.


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I may be in the back seat, but when you're the third wheel, it’s the “laid back” seat.

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When I go shoe shopping I can get a male and a female perspective on my footwear.

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At the beach, I've got two friends to put sunscreen on my back.

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They couldn't have done it without this guy.

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(h/t A PLUS)

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