Friday Funny: What People Think I Do

The "What People Think I Do" meme has been spreading across the web like wildfire in recent weeks. Some enterprising individuals have created their own versions for Planners.

Although Gawker asks, "Has there ever been a meme both so ubiquitous and so uninteresting?," we think you might get a kick out of the Planner oriented version of "What People Think I Do / What I Really Do."

According to Know Your Meme, "The original instance of the series was uploaded by artist Garnet Hertz via his Facebook page on February 2nd, 2012. The chart summarized various preconceived notions and generalizations that are associated with being a contemporary artist."

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Lets give each other a hug

Thanks for posting a link to Cyburbia. But they deserve more recognition beyond just a "Friday Funny." Cyburbia is more than that. Cyburbia is a great resource that too many of you blue-shirts ignore.

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