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Posted January 24, 2020

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The lighter side of engineering

We were chatting around the dinner table about what the kids had been doing in school recently.

My daughter was excited to tell us that they are learning about Pi!

She was having some trouble remembering the formula to calculate the area of a circle.

So….of course we had to tell her the “Pi are squared” joke! LOL!

And, it got me thinking about the lighter side of engineering.

It can be fun to balance out all the hard work with some friendly laughs 😂.

Here are some of our favorite engineering/STEM jokes….

  1. Two atoms are walking down the street, and one says to the other, “Wait, wait, we have to go back. I’ve lost an electron somewhere. The second atom says, “Really? Are you sure?” To which the first atom replies, “Yes. I’m positive.”
  2. Q: What did the electrical engineer say when he got shocked?  A: That hertz.
  3.  Q: Why was the thermometer smarter than the graduated cylinder?  A: She had more degrees.

Your turn! What are your favorite engineering or STEM jokes??

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