*knock knock* jocke

#3
Is a "jocke" a Scot with a sense of humor?
 
#5
Took me a couple of seconds to get it - but it did make me smile.

Rodney2q
 
#7
I'm not sure, but is a sense of humor a Yank that gets a jocke?
Listen "Frenchie" it's my fecking (-decking) spell corrector that changes everything into septic English. Bien compris (-comprise)? Zut alors!
 
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PrinceAlbert

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#8
The joke doesn't hold water. It's irrelevant what speed the neutrino is travelling, as the "knock knock" "who's there" and "a neutrino" are all noises and therefore travel at the speed of sound, so would still comply with the format of a normal "knock knock" joke.

Aaaaaaand sleep
 
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#10
How would a Neutrino communicate through the medium of speech? Why would it do so in English? How could it knock, being a sub atomic particle, and therefore likely to slip through the matter that makes up the door? And how , if it did satisfy all of these questions, would you see it to varify it to be so?

I am so fuckin bored right now.
 
#11
These fucking slipknots are tricky things aint they?
 

phil245

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#14
Knock knock. knock knock, knock knock, knock knock, how much longer are you going to be Whitney, I need a piss.
 
#15
How would a Neutrino communicate through the medium of speech? Why would it do so in English? How could it knock, being a sub atomic particle, and therefore likely to slip through the matter that makes up the door? And how , if it did satisfy all of these questions, would you see it to varify it to be so?

I am so fuckin bored right now.
I was going to go on about quantum flux states and sublight mechanical interference vectors but decided on the other solution.

It's all done by magic.
 

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