What is photo op?
Baby daddy’s who only come around during holidays and other events where people take lots of pictures just so they can post on social media about how much they “love” their kids and then go back to being MIA until the next holiday. Typically they are trying to make themselves look like they are actually more involved in their child’s life than they actually are.
Ex: “It’s Christmas time again. Time for all those non child support paying photo op father’s to come out of hiding and take a few pictures to post to Facebook.”
photo op - video
Photo op - what is it?
What does "photo op" mean?
The tendency of girls to take pictures with everyone at a party (regardless of whether or not they like the people in the photos), so that if something awkward or embarrassing happens with someone during the course of that party, there is usually a photo of them before that incident happened.
"Look at that picture of Michael, Ella, and Isabel"
Photo op - what does it mean?
Photo op - meaning
Photo-op feminism is a brand (off-brand?) of the real thing where a poser will do or say anything (especially in front of a television camera) to get herself (okay, sometimes even men do it too) seen or heard as a hero to women everywhere. The more unreal the claim, the more outrageous the behavior.
When Sarah Palin winks at the camera she's teaching us all we need to know about photo-op feminism.
Photo op - definition
John: Man, the Mayor sure does like the little old ladies at the nursing home. Look at the smile on his face.
Photo op - slang
A photo op (sometimes written as photo opp), short for photograph opportunity (photo opportunity), originally referred to an opportunity that resulted in a memorable and effective photograph of a politician, a celebrity, or a notable event.
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