So at school, we’ve finished our exams and because we can’t leave school, our school was like OMG GURL lets make all 150 year 10 NSGs do some weird project of sorts. I know nothing about the project which is odd considering my diligent nature. And honestly, I don’t care about this project. Nothing is gonna come out of it and its such a waste of time. I’m actually so glad I get to leave this hole and go partay in India soon. I cant even deal with, excuse my language, the shittiness of this project. That and the fact that one of my favourite teachers is behind all of it and my liking and respect for him is fizzling out. To sum it up, the project in everyone’s eyes is a waste of time. I usually suck it up and deal with crap but I cant even this time because, one the project is dumb and two, my mentor teacher is awful. They didn’t even turn up when it was supposed to be our meet period. What the hell mate.
But I guess the light in this whole project was that during briefing, I got to meet some pretty cool people doing amazing things to change the face of Sydney, and I also have a wonderful group. We have a lot of fun and get all our stuff done really fast. Coming off that tangent though, last Tuesday a project proposal draft was due. Being the super wonderful children we are, we’d finished and we were bored with no teacher to talk to. So instead of wasting our time checking out Matt Bomer and playing never have I ever, we decided to find the worst science jokes in the history of mankind as you do. I actually think it’s a curse with NSGs, relating most things to an educational source of some sort. Even Matt Bomer’s extraordinarily hot everything.
So on this Sunday evening, as we sit and watch November bleed into December, I thought I’d share the jokes that made me laugh the hardest at how pathetically funny they were :). So here goes:
I asked the guy next to me if he had any sodium hypobromite.
He said NaBro
What do you do with a sick chemist?
If you cant helium, and you cant curium, you may as well barium
Did you hear about Oxygen’s date with Magnesium?
It went OK.
Making bad chemistry jokes because all the good ones argon
Two chemists go into a restaurant. When asked about what drinks they’d like, the first one says I’ll have some H2O. The second one says I’ll have some H2O too. He died.
What did the scientist say when he found two isotopes of Helium?
What did one ion say to the other?
I got my ion you
Did you hear Oxygen got with Magnesium yesterday night?
What do you get when you mix sulphur, tungsten and silver?
What is a chemist’s favourite type of tree?
At this point, you are probably wondering if I have any more jokes? Perhaps one about sodium? To that, I answer, “Na.” I’m done.
Have a wonderful day, morning, evening, night wherever you are J