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2nd October 2017
You know, we only just realised something... Mathematicians are sum worshippers! Ha ha, just kidding, it's just one of a few groan worthily brilliant maths puns we have for you to enjoy this month, among with our usual selection of maths-themed jokes and funny images. As the nights get longer we hope they brighten your October. You're welcome!
Some Of The Best And Worst Maths Puns
"Some mathematicians are reluctant to cosine a loan."
"A mathematician that couldn't stop adding up recently went incremental."
"I used to hate maths but then I realised decimals have a point."
"What do organic mathematicians throw into their fireplaces? Natural Logs."
"Some mathematicians are on the negative side while others are quite positive." *Oh GROAN!*
"I was kicked out of maths class for one too many infractions."
"I strongly dislike the subject of maths, however I am partial to fractions."
"In secondary school I recall having a beautiful but difficult maths teacher. She was easy on the eyes but hard on the pupils!"
"You know what happens when you miss maths class? It starts adding up."
(The work doesn't start building up if you have ConquerMaths of course!)
Below - Klein Bottle Opener - We thought the grownups would like this! 'The most mathematical way to open your drink'
(Under 18's the joke below is not so much for you. Although you could exchange Whiskey for ice creams!)
'A man walks into a bar and orders six shots of whiskey. He lines them up in a row and downs the first glass, then the third glass and finally the fifth glass.
"Excuse me" says the barman as the man is about to exit "But you left three of the glasses of whiskey untouched."
The man replies, "I know, my doctor says it's ok to have the odd drink."'
Why are circles so hot? – Because they are 360 degrees.
Which king loved fractions? – Henry the 1/8