Boyfriend reminded to take photos for 87th time so far today

A WOMAN has once again reminded her boyfriend to take some photos of all the fun they are having so they do not forget it. 

Helen Archer wished she did not have to keep on at boyfriend Tom Logan but he continually puts his phone away to grab food, get a drink or even just waste time talking. 

She said: “Sometimes I think he does it deliberately. After the wedding in August we didn’t even have 200 photos, and not one of me dancing. His excuse? ‘I was dancing as well’.

“I look through his phone for his documentation of life-affirming moments we’ve shared and it’s just rude street signs from his business trip to Germany and his friends’ ballsacks saved automatically from WhatsApp. 

“Every single one of us has been taken under duress. It’s no wonder I can’t crack 1,000 followers on Instagram. 

Logan said: “One minute she’s ordering to get off my phone and the next I’m commanded to take photos. There’s literally no way of predicting what I’m supposed to do. No way at all.” 

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