When I was bar tending I would tell people this was the worst joke they’ll ever hear that will still make them laugh. I always just called it. “Grandma”
A boy comes home from school one day skipping football practice cuz he isn’t feeling well.
When he gets home he grabs a snack and sits down to watch some TV.
During the show he hears some noises coming from his parents room.
His parents not being home at that time normally he walks down the hall to see what’s going on.
He Opens the door. Only to find his dad, banging his mom. Got her bent over the dresser.
The Boy gasps and the father turns around and yells. “Get out of here son!!!”
Traumatized the boy leaves the room and the mother and father struggle to put their clothes on chuckling nervously.
Later that night. The father is watching the game. Having a few beers. And he hears some loud Ruckus coming from down by his sons room.
So, he walks down the hallway, opens the door to his sons room.....
Only to find his boy banging his Grandma, got her bent over the dresser.
The dad gasps!!!!
The son turns around and says. “It’s not so funny when it’s your mom!!!”
“For You, No Charge!”
Hold on to your funnybones, because here comes Dr. Cooper again with a genuine physics joke: “A neutron walks into a bar and asks how much for a drink. The bartender replies, “for you, no charge!”
Cut down to nuts and bolts, this is a little physics 101 that most of us could probably grasp. We’ve all heard of protons, electrons and neutrons. The former two have equal and opposite charge, but neutrons (you guessed it) have no charge. Compared to a lot of the lines that come from Sheldon’s mouth, this one’s surprisingly easy to follow.
"I Don't Care For Perchloroethylene And I Don't Like Glychol Ether."
Here’s an interesting pick. On the face of it, those are some darn scientific words (for cleaning products, essentially) that we mere mortals could easily be utterly flummoxed by. On the other hand, though, the fundamentals of the joke are completely clear. As Sheldon explains, Amy was at the dry cleaners and sent this brilliantly pun-tastic joke his way.
Yes, Sheldon, we totally get that ether sounds like either. Even if you hadn’t explained that to us, and if we couldn’t pronounce perchloroethylene, we’d have appreciated this one just as much. L.O.L. indeed.
Fun - Bang: He Opens the door. Only to find his dad, banging his mom. Got her bent over the dresser. Only to find his boy banging his Grandma, got her bent over the dresser.