Bad Joke Tolerance Test
This is a tolerance test. (If, upon hearing that, you thought, “Mine is about ±3%,” then you will probably do fairly well.) How many of the following bad jokes can you endure? If you…
- Have to close your browser after just one? You need some training. Read Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks.
- Run from the room, shrieking, “Make it stop! Make it stop!” after just five? You, too, can be a bad joke survivor. Come back to this page every day for a week, and try to read just four jokes each day. Together, we’ll get through this.
- Make it halfway? Good effort. Many great men turned back sooner.
- Get through this entire list without groaning once? You, my friend, are a rock. The Army could use someone with your ability to tolerate pain.
Did you hear about the beautiful, cross-eyed math teacher who lost her job?
She was easy on the eyes, but she couldn’t control her pupils.
When chemists die, they barium.
I’m reading a book about anti-gravity. I can’t put it down.
A dyslexic man walks into a bra.
I don’t enjoy computer jokes. Not one bit.
Accountants watch their figures.
A math professor in an unheated room is cold and calculating.
The probability of someone watching you is proportional to the stupidity of
Mathematicians die when their number is up.
A gram cracker is a metric cookie.
Ten math puns appeared above, in the hopes that one would make you laugh.
Sadly, no pun in ten did.
Is ln(i) an imaginary lumber?
The volume of a robot character in Star Wars is V = r2d2.
There is a fine line between numerator and denominator.
Pentagon. Hexagon. Oregon.
Sorry, it’s true: i > u.
General Calculus is able to differentiate between his friends and enemies.
You can miss one math class, you can miss another… but after a while, it’ll start to add up.
i2, just keepin’ it real.
The international student was unfamiliar with algebra, so when asked
what 2n + 2n was, he replied, “It’s 4n to me.”
Two feuding math families were at odds over evens.