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Proposal of new jokes #10

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bennuttall opened this issue Jul 26, 2015 · 22 comments
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Proposal of new jokes #10

bennuttall opened this issue Jul 26, 2015 · 22 comments

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@bennuttall
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bennuttall commented Jul 26, 2015

Propose new jokes here

@ljsalvatierra
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ljsalvatierra commented Sep 7, 2015

My first joke proposal, too bad? 😝

H. Potter: What's your favourite language? T.M. Riddle: Python, why? Harry P.: “Efe iska?”

@bennuttall
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bennuttall commented Sep 7, 2015

I had to google it

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alexsavio commented Sep 7, 2015

Hahah... me too. I would put 'H. Potter' instead.

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@ljsalvatierra
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ljsalvatierra commented Sep 7, 2015

Well, the joke is not in the translation, could be "sssha hass shae" or any snake sound.

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alexsavio commented Sep 7, 2015

I guess we shouldn't discriminate bad jokes. It is not their fault that we don't understand it. Maybe in the future, when we are the world reference for one-line geek jokes, we can make a world voting to make a good selection.

@ljsalvatierra
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ljsalvatierra commented Sep 8, 2015

Ouch! Right to the feelings 😝

@bennuttall
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bennuttall commented Sep 8, 2015

There are good jokes, there are bad jokes, and there are non-jokes.

@xlq
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xlq commented Sep 19, 2015

What do you call a parrot that says "Squawk! Pieces of nine! Pieces of nine!"?

A parrot-ey error.

@ljsalvatierra
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ljsalvatierra commented Oct 26, 2015

Another vim joke:

How do you know whether a person is a Vim user? Use nano in front of them.

@ogeorg
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ogeorg commented Dec 22, 2015

¿Sabéis quién es el mejor matemático después de Erdős? ¡Ertres!

De un tweet de Clara Grima ‏@ClaraGrima, chiste de @ej_molina_c

@bennuttall
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bennuttall commented Dec 22, 2015

Great joke!

@GadgetSteve
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GadgetSteve commented Apr 21, 2019

Why are Python programmers like Bonny Prince Charley? Because they have learnt that in exceptional circumstances you need to try, try again!

@ElonSatoshi
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ElonSatoshi commented Apr 26, 2020

It's been over a year since the last suggestion, but here's one for 2020:

What do computers and air conditioners have in common? They both stop working properly if you open Windows!

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PureTryOut commented May 6, 2020

I have this teknik.io bookmark with some Unix jokes, some can probably be used here. I just want less Chuck Norris jokes really 🤷

Some I like from the paste:

If you have any trouble sounding condescending, find a UNIX user to show you how it's done.

Unix is user-friendly. It's just picky about who its friends are.

Windows 95/98, (n): 32 bit extension and a graphical shell for a 16 bit patch to an 8 bit operating system originally coded for a 4 bit microprossessor, written by a 2 bit company that can't stand 1 bit of competition.

People say that if you play Microsoft CD's backwards, you hear satanic things, but that's nothing, because if you play them forwards, they install Windows.

Computers are like air conditioners, they stop working properly if you open Windows.

@GadgetSteve
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GadgetSteve commented May 7, 2020

A couple of topical suggestions:

  • Injecting bleach through the fan housing is NOT the correct way to remove viruses from your machine.
  • 5 minutes in the microwave or 45 at 250 Celsius may remove viruses from your media - (along with everything else.
  • Windows might not be a brute but it is insensitive in any case.

@80aff123-9163-4f3e-a93d-4a2f35af9be1

Hi, I'd like to propose a joke. I opened pull request #85 with the patch.

How many Haskell programmers does it take to change a lightbulb? Haskell programmers don't 'change' lightbulbs, they 'replace' them. And you must also replace the whole house at the same time.

The above quote was taken from the free book F# for Fun and Profit.

@OlofHarrysson
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OlofHarrysson commented Jan 15, 2021

I read this one on Reddit

If the code runs and it works, it's not spaghetti, it's art!

@MojizDev
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MojizDev commented Mar 4, 2021

("Hello, World") is every legend's starting, then whats the ending? @#@#_$:(&

@vsvad
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vsvad commented Sep 27, 2021

In 2021 Go language, in 2078 Went language.

@Aaseer
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Aaseer commented Feb 10, 2022

Random guy: "Your are a dict"
Me: print(f" you.")

@Bromemess
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Bromemess commented Aug 8, 2022

Why did the programmer cross the road to get to the other line

@GadgetSteve
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GadgetSteve commented Aug 8, 2022

How can Java be like a rail journey? - Sometimes when you get to the end of the line you have forgotten where you started from, where you were trying to go and what you have seen along the way!

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