SATURDAY JOKES – 56

Posted on May 22, 2021 · Posted in General, Memo Plus Gold, Projects

The Engineer had just returned from a week-long seminar. His boss, instead of asking about the details, asked if he was sick as he looked absolutely terrible.
“Well…” said the Engineer, “I met this blonde and turned out she was an engineer-in-training and wanted me to tutor her. One thing leads to another and we ended up back in her room having wild gorilla sex all night.”
“OK,” replied the boss, “that may explain your fatigue, but why are your eyes so red?”
“Well…” said the Engineer, “turns out she was married and had a baby at home. She started crying, and I started thinking about my own wife and kids, so I cried too.”
“I see,” chided the boss, “but that seminar ended Friday. How come you still appear so ragged?”
“Well…” said the Engineer, “you can’t sit there and cry 4-5 times a day for four days and not look like this.”

 

For two solid hours, the lady sitting next to a man on an airplane had told him about her grandchildren. She had even produced a plastic-foldout photo album of all nine of the children.
She finally realised that she had dominated the entire conversation on her grandchildren.
“Oh, I’ve done all the talking, and I’m so sorry. I know you certainly have something to say. Please, tell me… what do you think of my grandchildren?”

After a Beer Festival in London, all the brewery presidents decided to go out for a beer.
Corona’s president sits down and says, “Senor, I would like the world’s best beer, a Corona.” The bartender takes a bottle from the shelf and gives it to him.
Then Budweiser’s president says, “I’d like the best beer in the world, give me ‘The King of Beers’, a Budweiser.” The bartender gives him one.
Coors’ president says, “I’d like the best beer in the world, the only one made with Rocky Mountain spring water, give me a Coors.” He gets it.
The guy from Guinness sits down and says, “Give me a Coke.” The other brewery presidents look over at him and ask, “Why aren’t you drinking a Guinness?”
The Guinness president replies, “Well, if you guys aren’t drinking beer, neither will I”.

 

Passenger: What good is your timetable, the trains are never on time!
Conductor: And how would you know they were late if it wasn’t for the timetable?

 

Tammy and Ann were shopping. When they started to discuss their home lives, Tammy said, “Seems like all Alfred and I do anymore is fight. I’ve been so upset I’ve lost 20 pounds.”
“Why don’t you just leave him then ?” said Ann.
“Oh! Not yet.” Tammy replied, “I’d like to lose at least another ten to fifteen pounds first.”

 

Want to hear a construction joke?

Oh never mind, I am still working on that one!

 

The composition teacher asked the class to write about an unusual event that happened during the past week. Little Johnny got up and read his essay. It began, “Daddy fell into the well last week…”
“My goodness!” the teacher exclaimed. “Is he all right?”
“He must be,” said the boy. “He stopped yelling for help yesterday.”

Jake is struggling through a bus station with two huge and obviously heavy suitcases when a stranger walks up to him and asks “Have you got the time?”
Jake sighs, puts down the suitcases, and glances at his wrist. “It’s a quarter to six,” he says.
“Hey, that’s a pretty fancy watch!” exclaims the stranger.
Jake brightens a little. “Yeah, it’s not bad. Check this out” – and he shows him a time zone display not just for every time zone in the world, but for the 86 largest cities.
He hits a few buttons and from somewhere on the watch a voice says “The time is eleven ’til six” in a very West Texas accent. A few more buttons and the same voice say something in Japanese. Jake continues “I’ve put in regional accents for each city”. The display is unbelievably high quality and the voice is simply astounding.
The stranger is struck dumb with admiration. “That’s not all,” says Jake. He pushes a few more buttons and a tiny but very high-resolution map of New York City appears on the display. “The flashing dot shows our location by satellite positioning,” explains Jake. “View recede ten,” Jake says, and the display changes to show eastern New York state.
“I want to buy this watch!” says the stranger.
“Oh, no, it’s not ready for sale yet; I’m still working out the bugs,” says the inventor. “But look at this,” and he proceeds to demonstrate that the watch is also a very creditable little FM radio receiver with a digital tuner, a sonar device that can measure distances up to 125 meters, a pager with the thermal paper printout and, most impressive of all, the capacity for voice recordings of up to 300 standard-size books,” though I only have 32 of my favourites in there so far,” says Jake.
“I’ve got to have this watch!” says the stranger.
“No, you don’t understand; it’s not ready.”
“I’ll give you $1000 for it!”
“Oh, no, I’ve already spent more than…”
“I’ll give you $5000 for it!
“But it’s just not….”
“I’ll give you $15,000 for it!” And the stranger pulls out a cheque book. Jake stops to think. He’s only put about $8500 into materials and development, and with $15 000 he can make another one and have it ready for merchandising in only six months. The stranger frantically finishes writing the check and waves it in front of him. “Here it is, ready to hand to you right here and now. $15,000. Take it or leave it.” Jake abruptly makes his decision. “OK,” he says, and peels off the watch. They make the exchange and the stranger starts happily away.
“Hey, wait a minute,” calls Jake after the stranger, who turns around warily.

Jake points to the two suitcases he’d been trying to wrestle through the bus station and says “don’t forget your batteries.”

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