Hilariously ‘#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob’ Might Hit A Little Too Close To Home
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Hashtag ‘#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob’ is uniting Twitter users for all nine to five-related reasons, sadly portrayed through imprecise stock photos.
These images represent different professions in the most hilarious and inaccurate ways possible. It had apparently started from images of scientists and doctors, before catching on amongst other professions.
Some amusing takes include a photo shared by @DrJenGunter that came with the caption, “I always give a thumbs up after a pelvic exam, it’s so not creepy at all #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob.”
Another user tweeted, “As an ecologist, I can confirm that my days consist of much stethoscoping of trees in an unnecessary lab coat. It’s the only proper way to detect wildlifes. [sic] #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob.”
Enjoy highlights from the hashtag below and see more here.
As an evolutionary biologist, you have *no idea* how hard it is to find tweasers small enough to grab bits of DNA (which is the main part of our job, obvs) #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/xtB7fvKI57
— Emma Hodcroft (@firefoxx66) May 4, 2018
— Leonie Höckbert (@leofromtherock) May 5, 2018
— Liz Tunbridge (@LizTunbridge) May 4, 2018
I sit in a dark room and project code straight to my face while solving complicated problems. This helps me to immerse myself in it and "feel" the code. #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/eMtGurNr5d
— Tauno Talimaa (@tauntz) May 4, 2018
As an ecologist, I can confirm that my days consist of much stethoscoping of trees in an unnecessary lab coat. It’s the only proper way to detect wildlifes. #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/wAEB9YPnUc
— Kirsty Elliott (@Trouty_Trout) May 5, 2018
First we write “Physics” on the chalkboard, then we grab a sharpie and scribble some *nonsense* on the nearest window. We all know the same equation and we will write it on literally anything.
— Robert McNees (@mcnees) May 5, 2018
— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) May 6, 2018
— (((Sam Crane))) (@Samanticka) May 4, 2018
— Shiloh Carroll (@medievalismish) May 4, 2018
— Irene López (@fluorescent0) May 6, 2018[via PetaPixel, opening image via Shutterstock]