I recently had an interviewer whose name was Dr. McCool. I totally was hoping he'd show up in a leather jacket and shades. I could help but go "heeeeyyy" and make the shooting fingers gesture.Anyone want to share jokes or short stories to relieve the stress of upcoming finals??
Haha... oh man, I saw a shirt with a really unfortunate twist on this joke, using PHOTONS.Electrons have mass? I didn't even know they were catholic.
How do you hide a $100 bill from an internist?
-- Put it under a dressing.
How do you hide a $100 bill from an orthopod?
-- put it in a book.
How do you hide a $100 bill from a neurosurgeon?
-- tape it to his kid's forehead
How do you hide a $100 bill from a plastic surgeon?
-- You can't.
How do you hide $100 from a pediatrician?
--You don't need to. It's been so long since they've seen $ they won't recognize it.
How do you hide a hundred dollar bill from a radiologist?
--Tape it to a patient's forehead.
How do you hide $500 from an orthopod?
--Put it in a book - with no pictures.
How do you hide $100 from an EM doc?
--You just - hey, what's that shiny thing? Wanna ride bikes?
Big Bang Theory!!! Love it!Farmer can't get his chickens to lay eggs, so he asks a physicist to help him out, like one normally does in these situations. The physicist deliberates over his problem for hours, scribbling furiously all over the blackboard that the farmer kindly provided him. Finally, he comes up to the farmer and says "I have a solution, but it only works on spherical chickens in a vacuum."
I apologize if you saw this joke on the television some time. That's where I got it.
Heisenberg is driving home from a convention one day when he sees lights from a cop in his mirror and pulls over. After coming to a stop the cop gets out and walks to Heisenberg's window and shines the light in his face. The cop asks "do you know how fast you were going?". Heisenberg looks back at him and says "No....but I can tell you where I am!"An electron is driving his car, looks down at his speedometer and says "oh no, I'm lost."
*note: Think Heisenberg's uncertainty principle*