Badly Explain Your Job
Ever tried explaining your job to someone and you end up making yourself sound like some kid of freak? The Twitter trend #BadlyExplainYourJob had members of the online community badly explaining their profession on purpose to make them sound as weird as possible…
I've married many men, and I know where all the bodies are buried #badlyexplainyourjob
— Nancy Goodrich (@revgoodrich) March 31, 2017
I ask strangers intimate questions and then touch them all over their body.#badlyexplainyourjob https://t.co/omyzUO2KuF
— Jessica K. Willett, MD (@jkwillettmd) March 30, 2017
I push drugs #badlyexplainyourjob pic.twitter.com/PaffQZJ6uK
— Kate Prior (@doctorwibble) March 28, 2017
#badlyexplainyourjob I stick giant needles in pregnant people until the crying stops.
— Deric Diep (@DericDiep) March 31, 2017
I ask people "have you tried switching it off and on again??" #badlyexplainyourjob
— aRaY ➐ (@oNLy1aRaY) March 31, 2017
I grow babies in boxes #badlyexplainyourjob #tweetiatrican #NICU
— Emily Hahn, MD (@EHahnMD) March 30, 2017
After kids tell me where it hurts, I push on the part that hurts while asking if it hurts #badlyexplainyourjob
— Chris Merritt (@Chris__Merritt) March 30, 2017
I try to do nothing #GP #badlyexplainyourjob
— Huw Williams (@huw_penylan) March 31, 2017
I cut people open and sometimes they get better. #badlyexplainyourjob
— Christian Jones (@jonessurgery) March 30, 2017
I stick needles into people until it doesn't hurt anymore! #badlyexplainyourjob
— Dr Amit Pawa (@amit_pawa) March 30, 2017
I cultivate hordes of deadly pathogens.#badlyexplainyourjob
— David Griffith (@theplaguedoc) March 31, 2017
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