Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Behind the Books: Super Silly Science Jokes, That’s It!

Sometimes the best jokes are ones that are just plain silly or ridiculous. Get ready to laugh out loud—here are some great examples:

Q: Which side of a bird has the most feathers?
A: The outside.



Q: How did Mars become the red planet?
A: It stayed out in the sun too long.


Q: How do you fix a short circuit?
A: Lengthen it.

Q: Why don’t millipedes play baseball?
A: Because by the time the put on their sneakers, the game is over.

Now it’s your turn. See if you or the kids you know can come up with some seriously silly science jokes of your own. And feel free to post them in the comments. We could all use a good laugh.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks! I needed a good laugh. I love the bird one. And the short circuit. And the millipede. Oh heck - I love them all.

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