Scientists’ Favorite Jokes (The Guardian)

Planetary model of atomAn electron and a positron go into a bar. The positron says to the electron, “You’re round.” The electron replies, “Are you sure?” The positron answers, “I’m positive!” The Guardian has collected this gem and other jokes from scientists to see what “tickles a rational mind.” This service comes just in time to share liberally with friends at new year’s parties.



1 comment to Scientists’ Favorite Jokes (The Guardian)

  • Fred Myer '60

    Not too scientific, but:
    I’m sitting at a table in a restaurant, and a friend comes in.
    Asks, “May I join you?”
    I reply, “Why, did I come apart?”

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