The hashtag #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob, which was originally started by scientists, has viral in recent times. Thousands of stock photos have since been tagged which show times when stock photographers clearly had no idea what they were doing.
— John Taylor (@johnthevet) May 6, 2018
"And the Lord said: 'Let there be oxycodone'. And there was oxycodone, and the oxycodone was good. And there was much rejoicing!"
— Arya Snark 🗡⚔ 🥧 (@XtremeRPh) May 6, 2018
— Mike Sidel (@MikeSidel) May 12, 2018
— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) May 6, 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
— Dr. Shiloh Carroll (@medievalismish) May 4, 2018
I often hold my slides and stare moodily at them. You know, instead of looking at them under the microscope that's right in front of me. Sometimes I invite a colleague to join me.
— James William Cooper (@James_W_C) May 5, 2018
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
— Dr Emma Hodcroft (@firefoxx66) 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
— Julius Goat (Read Pinned Tweet!) (@JuliusGoat) May 7, 2018
I don't know what people are going on about with #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob
This is exactly what I look like when I write. pic.twitter.com/HCb0uSFEOm
— Shanna Germain (@ShannaGermain) May 6, 2018
"Hey space astronomer, where is space?"
[Space astronomer puts on his lab coat and adjusts his space safety goggles] "According to my latest science, there is space." pic.twitter.com/ndeVJCsPXP
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) May 4, 2018
— (((Sam Crane))) (@Samanticka) May 4, 2018