Since we are engineers AND we're from Akron , we're probably all used to being the brunt of an occasional joke, right? But isn't it healthy to laugh at yourself (or others) every once in a while?
With that in mind, here is a selection of various engineering related jokes:
Mathematician: Pi is the number expressing the relationship between the circumference of a circle and its diameter.
Physicist: Pi is 3.1415927 plus or minus 0.000000005.
Engineer: Pi is about 3.
A mathematician, an engineer, and a physicist are being interviewed for a job. In each case, the interview goes along famously until the last question is asked: "How much is one plus one?" Each of them suspects a trap, and is hesitant to answer.
The mathematician thinks for a moment, and says "I'm not sure, but I think it converges". The physicist says "I'm not sure, but I think it's on the order of one". The engineer gets up, closes the door to the office, and says "How much do you want it to be?"
10. I will not dip Cindy's pony-tail in liquid nitrogen
9. I will not hack into the school's web site and replace all of the teachers' pictures with images of Pokémon characters
8. I will not write the first 102 digits of PI on the bathroom wall
7. I will not create an expert system to predict how many times Billy Murdoch will have to repeat the 4th grade
6. I will not solicit fellow classmates' lunch money for investments in my software company
5. I will not publicly ridicule Sally for not understanding object oriented programming
4. I will not post fellow classmates' estimated future earning capacities (based on their 3rd grade proficiency test results) on my home web page
3. I will not give the teacher an apple made out of polymethylmethacrylate
2. I will not rewire the PA system to my diamond RIO MP3 player
1. I will not estimate how much the teacher would weigh when suspended in water
Thought this might help you remember what you learned all those late nights in the library with your calculator:
Why engineers don't write cook books................