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Daily Joke: Gynecologist Decides to Become a Mechanic

Ayesha Muhammad
Jul 10, 2021
02:30 A.M.
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This joke is centered around a gynecologist who wanted to travel off the beaten path and become a mechanic. He was determined to go to any lengths to achieve his target and attain the best results in the minimum possible time.


A gynecologist aspired to be a qualified mechanic. He went to the local training school and met the principal, sharing his passion for the job. The gynecologist also mentioned that he wanted to obtain the necessary qualifications in very little time.

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After listening to the gynecologist, the principal suggested one option. The only problem was that it was too costly, and it had zero success rate so far. Nonetheless, the gynecologist was confident in his abilities and told the principal that he would incur the cost. The principal then filled him in with all the details.

A doctor in grey uniform. | Photo: Pexels/Thirdman


"Well, you have to take apart the engine of a car we nominate - down to the last bolt - and then put it back together again all in 24 hrs. And the cost is $25k + expenses if someone else has to complete the job."

The gynecologist listened attentively and agreed to pursue the task. Upon getting his approval, the principal called the supervisor, who accompanied the gynecologist to the workshop.

A close-up of a car engine. | Photo: Pexels/George Sultan


The following day, the principal received the gynecologist's progress report and saw that he had secured a 200% rating. She was flabbergasted and immediately summoned the supervisor to explain what had happened.

When the supervisor came, she asked him why he gave the gynecologist a score way above 100%. The supervisor quickly responded to the question: "You don't understand, ma'am. First, he took the engine apart, down to the last bolt. Then he put it back together in a few hours, and the car started on the first try."


The principal heard the supervisor's explanation and demanded further justification for such a high score. This time, the supervisor was even more determined to justify his scoring policy and added:

"Ma'am, you don't understand. He did all of that, with one pair of pliers and one wrench, and he did it all through the exhaust..."

A bearded man fixing a motorcycle in a workshop. | Photo: Pexels/Andrea Piacquadio


Have you ever wondered about the similarities between the jobs of a mechanic and a heart surgeon? If not, this next joke might serve as a navigation tool and get you thinking for a while. A mechanic was once working on removing a cylinder head from the motor of a Harley Davidson motorbike.

He saw a heart surgeon standing in his workshop, who was waiting for a service officer to inspect his bike. The mechanic seized the opportunity and screamed from across the shop: "Hey, Doc, can I ask you a question?"


The heart surgeon was a little surprised at the mechanic's gesture and walked over to talk to him. When the mechanic saw him approaching, he left his work for a while, cleaned up, and continued:

"So, Doc, look at this engine. I open its heart, take valves out, fix 'em, put 'em back in, and when I finish, it works just like new. So how come I get such a small salary, and you get the really big bucks when you and I are doing basically the same work?"

The surgeon beamed at the mechanic, leaned in and whispered in his ear, "Try doing it with the engine running."

Do you want to laugh a little more? Then check out this joke where an engineer meets a talking frog.

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