webgiant wrote:I'm looking for rude crude math jokes, the kind which would have 90% of the general population not understanding the joke and/or the punch line, and the remaining 10% slapping the joke-teller with their dissertation.
skeptical scientist wrote:Let me Google that for you.
webgiant wrote:I was hoping for jokes which might be told at Mensa after the third glass of sherry.
doogly wrote:I'm fond of the Gauss Bonnet theorem. If you pay close attention to the curves, you know how many holes there are.
fishfry wrote:webgiant wrote:I was hoping for jokes which might be told at Mensa after the third glass of sherry.
Well there's always this oldie ... the mathematical theory of big game hunting. I had no trouble finding it on the Internet, though I first saw it many years ago. It's been around a long time.
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