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The fall semester is underway. Here are some jokes for you, no matter your level.
Mathematical conferences are very important. They demonstrate how many faculty a department can operate without.
For graduate students…
Why is grad school like a hot bath?
Because after you’ve been there for seven years, it ain’t so hot anymore.
An undergraduate student said to his statistics professor, “You know, I hate being a full-time student and mooching off of my parents. I’d really rather have a job.”
The professor says, “You’re in luck! I just heard that the President of the University is looking for a bodyguard and chauffeur for his beautiful daughter. You’ll be expected to drive her around in his Mercedes, accompany her on overseas trips, and satisfy her sexual urges. He’ll provide all meals and supply all of your clothes. You’ll be given a two-bedroom apartment above the garage, and the starting salary is $75,000 per year.”
The wide-eyed student says, “You’re kiddin’ me?”
The professor replies, “Well, yeah… but you started it.”
And for high school kids…
“Why don’t you work on your math homework with Sarah anymore?” a mother asks her daughter.
“Would you do your homework with a lazy slug who just copies all of your work?” says the daughter.
“Well, no, I suppose I wouldn’t,” says the mother.
“Yeah, well, neither will Sarah.”