When two engineering students, Rico and Nash, met up for coffee on campus, Rico quickly noticed Nash's fantastic new bicycle and had to find out where he got it from.
Rico and Nash both had an affinity for bicycles because of their convenience when moving around campus, so when Nash showed up to a coffee meeting with a smashing new bike, Rico was jealous and asked:
"Mate, that's a cool bike. Where did you get it?
Photo of young man pushing his bicycle in the city. | Source: Pexels/Clem Onojeghuo
Nash smiled deviously and responded: "Funny story, actually. Last week, I was walking to class when a gorgeous young co-ed rode up in front of me, jumped down, and took her clothes off. She told me I could have anything I want."
"Good choice," said Rico with a satisfied smile, "you wouldn't fit her clothes anyway!"
If you enjoyed that joke, then this next classroom joke will make you laugh even harder. One day, a linguistics professor was giving his class a lecture and began:
"Did you know that while in English, two negatives form a positive, It's not the case in all languages? In Russia, two negatives are still negative."
The professor continued, "Interestingly, there is no language in which two positives become a negative."
"Yeah, Right," quipped a voice from the back of the class.
An even funnier situation occurred in another teacher's class as he attempted to teach his students about whales. He explained that it was impossible for a whale to swallow a human. He added:
"Despite being a large mammal, whales have small throats and cannot swallow a person."
"But Jonah was swallowed by a whale," argued his student, Amy. The teacher was irritated and reiterated his point that it was physically impossible.
"I don't believe that. When I get to heaven, I will ask Jonah myself," said little Amy. The teacher smugly responded, "What if Jonah went to hell?"
"Then you ask him," replied Amy.
Still looking for another laugh? Check out this hilarious joke about an engineer who died and was sent to hell.