How many photographers does it take to change a lightbulb?

  • 5, to say that only pros should change lightbulbs, and not to change lightbulbs for friends.
  • 3, to say that their friends changed their own lightbulb and it went fine.
  • 15, to say that former friends changed theirs and they’re no longer friends.
  • 4, to say the new bulb is too blue.
  • 8, to say no, it’s too red.
  • 6, that say the color’s fine, but the new bulb is too soft.
  • 1, to ask if it’s ok to use the cheapest bulb.
  • 25, to say, no, you can only call yourself a light bulb changer if you have the most expensive bulb.
  • 13, to say that it’s the light bulb changer, not the bulb.
  • 5, to say that they saw their first lightbulb today and ask how to become a professional bulb changer.
  • 3, to complain about artifacts in the new bulb.
  • 2, to defend the artifacts saying that it’s just because of resizing the bulb for the socket.
  • 10, to ask about rumors of new bulbs coming out from GE within the next 5 years.
  • 28, to ask if they should buy a bulb today or wait for GE to come out with the Mark V bulb.
  • And 3 to chime in and say that the two big players, GE and Phillips, don’t make the best light bulbs.  Sylvania does.

(I found this on the Internet somewhere, so I take no credit for it! ;))

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~ by Karen Rosenblum on February 1, 2010.

3 Responses to “How many photographers does it take to change a lightbulb?”

  1. That is too funny!

  2. LOL

  3. “28 to ask if they should buy a bulb today or wait for GE to come out with the Mark IV bulb.”…lol

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