10 Jokes for Chemists/Manufacturers
Chemists and manufacturers are some of the smartest and most important people in the workforce. They solve problems and create solutions that change the world around us and make our lives better on a daily basis.
At MBi, we understand the life of a chemist and manufacturer at its core. As private label manufacturers in Utah, we create private label products and bring new ideas to life. We create items like pill capsules and use our custom product packaging with our automated system. Sometimes we need a minute to take a break and enjoy some humor.
So if you’re a chemist or manufacturer in need of a laugh, we’re here to make your day! Kick back, take off your lab coat, and enjoy a chuckle at a few jokes only someone in your field can truly appreciate.
1. Is the glass half full?
An optimist is the one who says the glass is half full. A pessimist would say the glass is half empty. The engineer simply concludes that the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
2. Punny insulators
Q: Did you hear about the company that sells elastomeric insulators?
A: Their motto is, “Resistance is butyl.”
3. Introvert vs. extrovert
Q: What’s the difference between an introverted engineer and an extroverted engineer?
A: The introverted engineer looks at his shoes while he’s talking to you, and the extroverted engineer looks at your shoes when he’s talking to you.
4. Let’s heat things up
Q: Why was the thermometer smarter than the graduated cylinder?
A: Because he had more degrees.
5. Periodic laughs
Q: Did you hear the joke about cobalt, radon, and yttrium?
A: It was CoRnY.
6. Romance in the air?
A man and a woman were on a date. The man had a shirt with the word “polar” and the woman’s shirt said “non-polar.” The man quickly got up from the table and left, saying, “Sorry, I just don’t think the chemistry is right.”
7. Ahead of his time
Q: How did the hipster chemist burn his hand?
A: He picked up his beaker before it was cool.
8. Electrical problems
Q: How many physical chemists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Only one, but he’ll change it three times, plot a straight line through the data, and then extrapolate to zero concentration.
There was once a first-year undergraduate who was in a practical class. She was washing Potassium Bromide plates under the tap. The teacher approached her and said, “I hope you’re not washing those plates under the tap!” She responded saying, “No, I’m using distilled water.”
10. A fired comedian
Sorry, I had to make up all these bad chemistry jokes because all the good ones Argon!
We hope you enjoyed these 10 jokes only chemists/manufacturers will get! Bring some humor into your workplace and share these jokes with your fellow colleagues!