Stock photos serve a lot of multimedia purposes, especially for those of us who need to share images alongside stories! Over the last few years as Internet meme culture has propelled forward and transformed into an unstoppable machine of humor, we've even seen characters, stories, and singular stock photos become iconic memes!
And that's not even where the usefulness of stock photos ends because a new trend has emerged on Twitter and we are so here for it. Using the hashtag #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob, people are searching their job title and sharing stock photos that pop up. The results have been more hilarious than expected, whether you know what their job is or not!
Meaning: it's super inconvenient, apparently.
This is very cocky of them, though.
But someone didn't tell the... photographer? Who took the stock photos? Really?
Seriously, who thinks up this stuff?
Unless it's a stock photo, then no worries about accurate representation.
I can confirm tweezers like this are hard to find.
In tight spaces.
And absolutely zero answers.
Like a BOSS.
Psst, it's the photographer.
I can't say I blame her.
Not that kind of hot.
Not like this? Really?
I so hope they actually do this in the lab.
One specimen at a time like a proper scientist.
More like #PerfectStockPhotosOfMyJob
Apparently the smile.
Dr Jen is a well-known and respected Twitter sensation and somehow I can totally picture her giving a thumbs up to a patient, even if it's satire.
I suspect we find it on a triple x website.
What's an apple doctor?
I think I'm learning.
That's why he's smiling.
Who are we trying to appeal to when we do this with male and female stock photos?
Where is Keanu when we need him?
You got this.
Are you doing it right?
A little unrealistic but who is counting, right?
You know what? The science adds up.