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Lonely Pi

Q: Why don't people like talking to Pi?

A: When you ask his full name he goes on forever.

Collie Report

At the end of the day, a border collie reported back to the grazier, "All fifty sheep accounted for, boss!"

"Wait, I only have 48 sheep!" he replied.

"I know," said the dog, "but I rounded them up."

Love Graph

I'm making a graph of my past relationships...

I have an 'ex'-axis and a 'why?'-axis.

What's That Number?

Q: How does a blonde interpret 6.9?

A: A 69 interrupted by a period

Brain Trust

Einstein, Newton & Pascal are playing hide and seek. Einstein starts counting "1...2...3..." and Pascal immediately runs away to hide. Instead of hiding Newton knees down and draws a square of one meter side length. Then he steps inside of it. Einstein finishes counting and turns around. He instantly yells "Newton I have found you!" But Newton replies: "No, what you see is one Newton over one square meter - so what you have found is one Pascal."