Jobs can be stressful. But this week, netizens decided to poke fun at their day-to-day work with witty one-liners who described their business issues perfectly.
It all started with a tweet posted by Twitter user Kalpes who took to the microblogging platform to try and share a joke about software developers, but he couldn’t because “the demands were still changing “. Geddit? The punchline of the joke was that she didn’t have one.
The viral joke has led to a series of similar jokes with frustrated professionals, students and internet users from all walks of life discovering creative ways to vent their professional problems.
Take a look at some of the other hilarious answers from internet users.
I have an HR joke … but I don’t see myself alive in the next five years – Shaheen M (@ lostdivinity123) July 23, 2020
I have an HR joke but I need to send it to them and they will pass it on to the CEO and after the comments they will let me know if the joke was good https://t.co/Y41yBQXJWi– Joy (@Joydas) July 23, 2020
I have a product manager joke but the punchline is in the second version; at the moment it is only MVP. – Shailendra Nath Jha (@snjha) July 23, 2020
I have a movie joke but it’s still giving – Najmus Saqib (@najam_saqib) July 23, 2020
I have an SBI Bank joke. But lunch k baad aana— Democracy Lol (@secular_citizen) July 23, 2020
I have a joke about acting. But in India all I can do is overdo it. – Shreyam Sharma (@yourstartupman) July 24, 2020
I have a shopping joke; no, actually 3 of them but the cheaper the better – Sanjay Rozario (@SanjayRozario) July 24, 2020
I have a computer joke, but first let me share my screen with you. – Mohit Rathi (@iammohit_rathi) July 24, 2020
This isn’t the first Twitter joke trend to go viral on the microblogging site. Reporters on Twitter went berserk last week after a “Wrong Answers Only” thread went viral, searching for all incorrect answers to the “Why did you become a journalist” question.