Many attempts to communicate are nullified by saying too much.
If we are strict about our use of constructors and immutable value objects, constructing objects in tests can be a chore. In production code, we construct such objects in relatively few places and all the required values are available to hand from, for example, user input, a database query, or a received message. In tests, however, we have to provide all the constructor arguments every time we want to create an object:
The code to create all these objects makes the tests hard to read, filling them with information ...