Our lives are all horribly idiosyncratic. Day to day we start to see the same cycle of things repeat themselves, and it does actually get quite annoying to see the same thing over and over.
But at least we can relate to others in our fields.
It all began when @Peachumari tweeted:
Hi, I’m an artist. You might know me from such greatest hits as: “did I seriously just put this on the wrong layer”… https://t.co/YpbFhyEjRg— Peachumari (@Peachumari)1548093322.0
And inspired thousands of others, from various professions, to create their own "Greatest Hits" album based around their daily idiosyncrasies.
Hello i'm a Marketer. You may know me from greatest hits such as "No, I can't just make it go viral", "No, our targ… https://t.co/bXSBU0FwAL— Andrien Gbinigie (@Andrien Gbinigie)1548098396.0
Hello, I'm a video game editor. You may know me from my greatest hits: "final.veg" "final2.veg" "ffsfinal.aep" "Hol… https://t.co/YwqulfGFqw— Enigma | T3C ✨ (@Enigma | T3C ✨)1548093913.0
Hi, I'm the Executive Director of @MedievalAcademy. You might know me from my greatest hits, including these actual… https://t.co/6ECdAkQaP3— Lisa Fagin Davis (@Lisa Fagin Davis)1548077017.0
How exciting, the Medieval Academy.
Replies continued pouring in from across the globe:
@peachumari Hi. I'm a Soldier. You may know me from hits like "But, you're a girl!", "Bet you didn't have a shortag… https://t.co/vay2MPr1Ik— KP (@KP)1548126341.0
@peachumari Hi, I’m a Realtor®️. You might know me from greatest hits like:”No, I won’t show you 20 houses,” “have… https://t.co/s0z4ypglqn— Marci Wright 🧦 (@Marci Wright 🧦)1548130878.0
@peachumari Hi, I’m an ultrasound tech. You might know me from people asking me: “is it a boy or a girl?”, during a… https://t.co/FuVFWEaDf1— ATF (@ATF)1548126191.0
@peachumari Hi I’m a Social Worker. You might know some of my timeless classics like “Are you having voices?” “Is t… https://t.co/aPqSwYCddY— Jessica Dortch (@Jessica Dortch)1548126644.0
What a perfect way to start the work week after MLK Weekend.
The post applies to everyone from authors:
Hello, I'm an author. You may know me from my greatest hits, including: "No, not like J. K. Rowling", "exposure doe… https://t.co/l7MSb9MB0q— Joanne Harris (@Joanne Harris)1547889344.0
Hello, I'm a SFFH author. You may know me from my greatest hits, including: "Yes, I have met @neilhimself", "Yes, h… https://t.co/QllwIsV1Vb— Gareth L Powell (@Gareth L Powell)1547897158.0
Grin. My greatest hits include, "Oh, all sorts of things. Well, fiction and nonfiction, yes. Adults and kids. Yes.… https://t.co/ewFkG1uedT— Neil Gaiman (@Neil Gaiman)1547903244.0
Hi, I'm a journalist on Twitter. You may know me from my greatest hits including, "Don't shoot the messenger", "Tha… https://t.co/EQlR6uFRu6— Gavan Reilly (@Gavan Reilly)1548098964.0
Hi, I'm a print journalist. You may know me from my greatest hits including "I don't write the headline", "yes I go… https://t.co/cB5XFuihW9— Jennifer Bray (@Jennifer Bray)1548109036.0
Hello, I’m twitter’s gynecologist. You may know me from my greatest hits, “Don’t put that in there,” “vaginal jade… https://t.co/kpV4pCwso4— Jennifer Gunter (@Jennifer Gunter)1548028614.0
Dr. Jen Gunter is famous on Twitter for directly opposing all health scams that target women, including Gwyneth Paltrow's company "Goop."
To climate scientists:
Hi, I’m a climate scientist. You may know me from my greatest hits including, “No, it’s not a natural cycle,” “Yes,… https://t.co/GqAteBkbw4— Katharine Hayhoe (@Katharine Hayhoe)1547953821.0
Hello, I'm an environmental activist. You may know me from my greatest hits including, "Dont build that there," "No… https://t.co/tY8qi32XI1— Patrick Donnelly (@Patrick Donnelly)1547968754.0
Hi, i'm a mom. You might know me from some of my Greatest Hits like "I thought your game was cancelled", "please do… https://t.co/tOcueI4gZ4— 🇺🇸Elisabeth🇺🇸 (@🇺🇸Elisabeth🇺🇸)1547690756.0
Even Thesaurus.com wanted to participate in the fun:
Hi, I'm the thesaurus. You might know me from some of my greatest hits, such as "Their, they're, and there are not… https://t.co/pRR2JU5Vgk— Thesaurus.com (@Thesaurus.com)1548003709.0
The meme is so popular that it has been going for over 24 hours, which is almost unheard of when it comes to Twitter memes.
Here's the format for you folks who want to use it: "Hi, I'm [insert name of profession]. You might know me from some of my greatest hits, such as 'x,' 'y,' and 'z.'"