Funny Science Shirts and Jokes
Funny science shirts prove that even science can make you laugh.
Funny Science Shirts and Jokes to Make You Laugh!
There are some really funny science shirts being produced these days. I have been searching the web in a variety of locations and brought all of the funniest into one spot. So if you are a scientist, know a scientist or if you are just a person who likes science and loves to laugh, you have come to the right spot.
Here you will not only find a collection of funny science shirts, you will also find my collection of silly science jokes. I couldn't resist adding a video clip of Barry Malow. The self proclaimed "Earth's Premier Science Comedian" is actually very funny. In this clip he talks about viruses, and you don't need to have a science background to understand what he is talking about or to laugh at his joke.
So, get ready to have fun and have a laugh.
Here we go . . .A silly joke to get us started:
A biologist goes into the pharmacy and asks "Do you have any Acetylsalicylate Acid, C9H8O4, please..?". The pharmacist looks at him and says "Do you mean Aspirin?"... The biologist replies: "That's it... I can never remember what it's called".
What Floats in the Water?
Did You Recognize the Medieval Reference from Monty Python and the Holy Grail? I know, the movie is not Science. However, the concept of floating is, and the movie is funny!
There Are Some Seriously Funny Science Shirts at Cafe Press
Cafe Press (like Zazzle) is a print on demand retailer, offering you the opportunity to purchase any of these designs on your favorite color shirt. Most artists have set up their designs on a variety of products, so you may also be able to get these designs on sweatshirts, mugs, bags, teddybears and much more. Just click on your favorite design and visit the artist's page.
Silly Science Jokes:
A neutron walks into a bar; he asks the bartender, "How much for a beer?" The bartender looks at him, and says "For you, no charge."
Q: What is it called when Iron Man does a cart wheel?
A: A Ferrous Wheel!
Q: What did the thermometer say to the graduated cylinder?
A: You may have graduated, but I have more degrees than you!
Q: What do you do when a chemist dies?
A: You barium!
Q: Why were sodium and chlorine sent to prison?
A: They were both charged for assault.
Q: What is the dullest element?
Who Visited this Page?
If You Enjoyed This Video, Don't Miss Barry Malow's Science Humor Blog:
Barry Malow: Science Comedian (Blog)
Barry Malow is the self proclaimed "Earth's Premier Science Comedian"