These two words seem incongruous: Math and Humor. Maybe my math teachers thought my answers were funny sometimes, but as a student math AND humor? Last night after Bible Class, Teresa Kitchens (a member at Parrish and a Math Teacher at Walker High School) knowing my warped sense of humor shared a list of 31 math puns. What follows are my favorite ten of the list:

10. How do you know a plant belongs to a math teacher? - It has square roots.

9. Why do math books cry? - They have lots of problems.

8. When do mathematicians die? - When their number is up.

7. What is the longest piece of furniture? - The multiplication table.

6. What is a metric cookie? - A Gram cracker.

5. Why do math teachers talk to themselves? - They think the students are listening.

4. Two's company, three's a crowd, what are four and five? - Nine.

3. What did the math major mean when she called her blind date 288? He's 2 gross.

2. What is a polygon? - A lost parrot.

And the number one math pun for the day . . .

1. What is an occupied bathroom on an airplane? a hypotenuse (high - pot - in - use).

Scott.

OK, here is one more just for today since you can't get enough math humor - How do you know God loves math? - He told Adam and Eve to multiply, the fourth book in the Bible is called Numbers, and his followers put "+" signs on His churches.

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This is great! I'm behind on my blog reading. Thanks for sharing a good laugh. I had a student tell me once that my idea of a travel game was a calculator, a pencil, and a pad of paper :)

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