Whether you’re an author, a doctor, a climate scientist or anything else, it can be hard to escape the clichés.
Such stereotypes are, for the most part, false, and professionals have taken to Twitter to jokingly share some of the funniest clichés related to their work. Here’s the best of the best…
Hi, I’m a climate scientist. You may know me from my greatest hits including, “No, it’s not a natural cycle,” “Yes, I know it’s been warmer before (and the only reason YOU know is because we scientists told you so),” and “Just because it’s on YouTube doesn’t mean it’s true.” https://t.co/0TwoErsgvA
— Katharine Hayhoe (@KHayhoe) January 20, 2019
Hi, I’m an artist. You might know me from such greatest hits as: “did I seriously just put this on the wrong layer”, “pressing control z til this hand looks right”, “why does this character look different every time I draw them???” And “PUT IT ON THE WRONG LAYER AGAIN”
— Peachumari (@peachumari) January 21, 2019
Hello, I'm an author. You may know me from my greatest hits, including: "No, not like J. K. Rowling", "exposure doesn't pay the bills,", and "I don't know, *have* you heard of me?" https://t.co/6Y7zo107bX
— Joanne Harris (@Joannechocolat) January 19, 2019
Hi! I'm a philosopher. You might know me from such hits as "No, I don't have any sayings," "You must be thinking of psychology," "That would be begging the question" and its even more popular follow-up, "That's not what 'begging the question' means."
— Daily Nous (@DailyNousEditor) January 21, 2019
Hi! I’m a surgical resident. You might know me from my greatest hits including, “when’s the last time you had a bowel movement?” “Turn your head and cough” And the especially unforgettable, “you’re going to feel a little pressure now” https://t.co/xgZStr1vfU
— OR barbie (@theblondeMD) January 18, 2019
Hi, I'm the thesaurus. You might know me from some of my greatest hits, such as "Their, they're, and there are not synonyms," "Sometimes bad is a synonym for good," and "If you can't remember a word, I've got options for you." https://t.co/68mePbgMfM
— Thesaurus.com (@thesauruscom) January 20, 2019