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Students crash teacher's wedding to make hilarious and wholesome memes from his special moment

As the teacher cried on seeing the bride enter, the students took snaps of the moment to create the best out of it.

Students crash teacher's wedding to make hilarious and wholesome memes from his special moment
Cover Image Source: Instagram | @mr.mctiktok

Certain moments during a wedding hold a distinct charm, made even more enchanting by the presence of dear guests and well-wishers gathered to celebrate the union of the bride and groom. As one teacher mindfully went ahead with his wedding, his students thought it would be a good idea to crash the wedding and click pictures of his favorite moments, which were truly meme-worthy. Kevin McClintock—who goes by @mr.mctiktok on Instagram—was focused on his bride entering and sobbed as he saw her for the first time. Little did the 30-year-old know his wedding was crashed by his beloved students.


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Kevin McClintock (@mr.mctiktok)


 

What is so special about this moment other than him getting emotional on his wedding day, you wonder? The students turned the pictures of him crying into multiple hilarious yet wholesome memes. McClintock couldn't get enough of it and even created a seven-part series of memes. As one would wonder, he might feel disrespected as a teacher, but he didn't. He clarified in a caption, "Don’t worry. None of these actually hurt or I wouldn’t have posted them! Enjoy the humor and silliness and appreciate my ugly cry face of when I saw my bride the first time on our wedding day."

The memes created were extremely relatable and appropriate to almost any situation. It was already sweet of him to feel his emotions on his wedding day but what made the wedding sweeter was him having a good laugh at his own meme-worthy crying pictures.


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Kevin McClintock (@mr.mctiktok)


 

It also shows how close and comfortable students felt with him as a teacher. He was walking down the aisle when he notices his students dressed in their best. Going by the expression on his face, he was both surprised and moved by their presence.

McClintock takes pride in being able to relate to his students at The Rock Academy, a private Christian school in San Diego. However, he initially refused to connect with the middle schoolers on social media because he believed the online networks reinforced low self-esteem. Once the COVID-19 pandemic closed all of the schools, the teacher had no way to reach his students outside of their limited online lessons. So, after six months of resisting his students' requests, he finally joined them on social media.


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Kevin McClintock (@mr.mctiktok)


 

He teaches Bible, English, history and speech to students in seventh through ninth grade. He shared with The San Diego Union-Tribune in 2020, "I like teaching middle-school freshmen. It’s such an awkward age. They can deal with all the energy I have, and I can meet them where they are. At school, I’m the guy who plays guitar in class. I sing, I jump on tables, I dance, I do weird accents," McClintock said. "The environment I bring is one of fun in the classroom to get my kids engaged. I try to focus more on the well-being of the student rather than just the subject. Some of these kids forget that their teachers were once middle schoolers, too. I’m older now and I have more muscles, but I’m still that eighth-grader and I want my kids to know I have a lot of empathy for them."


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Kevin McClintock (@mr.mctiktok)


 

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