The graduate with a Science degree asks, ”Why does it work?”
The graduate with an Engineering degree asks, ”How does it work?”
The graduate with an Accounting degree asks, ”How much will it cost?”
The graduate with a Liberal Arts degree asks, ”Do you want fries with that?”
A guy named Bob receives a free ticket to the Super Bowl from his company. Unfortunately, when Bob arrives at the stadium he realizes the seat is in the last row in the corner of the stadium he’s closer to the Goodyear blimp than the field.
About halfway through the first quarter, Bob notices an empty seat 10 rows off the field, right on the 50 yard line. He decides to take a chance and makes his way through the stadium and around the security guards to the empty seat.
As he sits down, he asks the gentleman sitting next to him, ”Excuse me, is anyone sitting here?” The man says no.
Now, very excited to be in such a great seat for the game, Bob again inquires of the man next to him, ”This is incredible! Who in their right mind would have a seat like this at the Super Bowl and not use it?”
The man replies, ”Well, actually, the seat belongs to me, I was supposed to come with my wife, but she passed away. This is the first Super Bowl we haven’t been together at since we got married in 1965.”
Well, that’s really sad,” says Bob, ”but still, couldn’t you find someone to take the seat? A relative or close friend?” No,” the man replies, ”they’re all at the funeral.”
1. For every mile you jog, you add one minute to your life. This enables you, at the age of 85, to spend an additional five months in a nursing home at $5, 000/month.
2. The only reason I took up jogging was to hear heavy breathing again.
3. I joined a health club last year, spending $400 in the process. I haven’t lost a pound. Apparently you have to show up.
4. I have to exercise early in the morning, before my brain figures out what I’m doing.
5. I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people who annoy me.
6. The advantage to exercising every day is that you die healthier.
7. I have flabby thighs but fortunately my stomach covers them.
8. If you are going to take up cross-country skiing, it helps to start with a small country.
9. I don’t jog; it makes me spill my milk shake.
10. Actually, I don’t exercise at all. If we were meant to touch our toes, we would have them farther up on our body.
The science teacher stood in front of the class and said, ”Children, if you could have one raw material in the world what would it be?”
Little Stevie raised his hand and said, ”I would want gold, because gold is worth a lot of money and I could buy a BMW convertible.
The teacher nodded, and then she called on little Susie.
Little Susie said, I would want platinum because platinum is worth more than gold and I could buy a Porsche.”
The teacher smiled, and then she called on Little Johnny.
Little Johnny stood up and said, ”I would want silicone.”
The teacher said, ”Silicone?? Why Silicone. Little Johnny?”
”Because my mum has two bags of the stuff and you should see all the sports cars outside our house!”
... Years ago, the chaplain of the football team at Notre Dame was a beloved old Irish priest. At confession one day, a football player told the priest that he had acted in an un-sportsman-like manner at a recent football game. ”I lost my temper and said some bad words to one of my opponents.”
”Ahhh, that’s a terrible thing for a Notre Dame lad to be doin’” the priest said. He took a piece of chalk and drew a mark across the sleeve of his coat.
”That’s not all, Father. I got mad and punched one of my opponents.”
”Saints preserve us!” the priest said, making another chalk mark.
”There’s more. As I got out of a pileup, I kicked two of the other team’s players in the in a sensitive area.”
”Oh, goodness me!” the priest wailed, making two more chalk marks on his sleeve. ”Who in the world were we playin’ when you did these awful things?”
”Ah, well,” said the priest, wiping his sleeve, ”boys will be boys.”