As for the OP, I found a couple of funny and relevant items among the 50, but the vast majority were rather inane. Take for example #18 "They can’t have a normal conversation with throwing acronyms and random numbers" Really, in more than 25 years as a photographer, I've never, ever seen this happen. Or #31 "Whenever you’re in a group talking and the conversation goes deep, they’re taking notes in some form of Moleskin." Really? What the hell does that even mean? How about And finally, #50 "They orgasm every time they learn a new lighting technique." Again, really? <sigh> Then there are the mentions of circular rainbows, wanting to Photoshop EVERYTHING and, ummm, a second mention of moleskin. Will somebody please tell me what is up with moleskin? Am I missing a great part of the photography experience? Is it made with real moles? Facial or rodent? How can I get one? What is it used for? And does it come with a USB cable? Please, someone. I NEED one.
To you and some others, it's supposed to be funny. Not actually very funny, though.
It's not moleskin, it's Moleskine
, a brand of paper notebook all the starving artists and weary world travelers supposedly use according to their marketing. One of those companies which claim much richer heritage than their ten-or-so year-old history would suggest - kinda like Bugatti (the VW version of course).
Stupid name for a product.