Wednesday, May 02, 2007

More Humor for Dreaded Wednesday

Odd tidbits found around the web because I can picture it happening at my house someday:

From a Boy's Life, May 1973:

Ralph: Dad, will you do my math for me tonight?
Dad: No, son, it wouldn't be right.
Ralph: Well, you could try.

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Little Johnny was busy doing his homework. As his mother approached she heard:

"One and one, the son-of-a-b.tch is two."
"Two and two, the son-of-a-b.tch is four."
"Three and three... "

His mother interrupted, asking where he had learned this way of doing math. Johnny remarked that his teacher Ms. Clara Jones taught him. His mother was rather upset and told him to stop the homework.

The next day she approached Ms. Jones and told her what happened. The teacher was flabbergasted. She said that she couldn't understand why Johnny had said what he did.

Then suddenly, Ms Jones exclaimed, "Oh, I know... here in school we say, one and one, the sum-of-which is two."

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Mathematic puns are the first sine of madness (Johann Von Haupkoph)

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Mother: Why are you placing a tablecloth with the word "truth" on it on the study table?

Daughter: Mom, I'd like to make this a "truth table."

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Are you groaning yet???

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And for some very old humor:

What is the square root of 69? 8 something ("Ate something")

What about sqrt(-69)? I 8 something

Q:and what about 68?
A: do me and i'll owe you 1.

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Yaa... and you keep dropping by to see what silly humor I'm going to put up next week. ;-)

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Marie said...

Hahahaha! I love the sum-of-which one.... an oldie but a goodie!

Contagion said...

That's because we are gullible.

nEo said...

Been awhile since I dropped by, but I am back! Glad to see the humor is still funny!