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” The young woman was sitting and thinking, “I’m glad the guy kissed me, but I wish my grandmother had not slapped him!
” The young programmer sat there with a satisfied smile on his face. How often does a guy have the chance to kiss a beautiful girl and slap his Project manager all at the same time!
They can find no place to sit except for two seats right across the aisle from a young woman and her grandmother.
After a while, it is obvious that the young woman and the young programmer are interested in each other, because they are giving each other looks.
I'll start off with a couple of my favorites: This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site, so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions here. I asked why she didn't think of that, and she responded with, "I'm in software, That's a hardware problem".
This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed. I was in the computer lab, and another student couldn't get her mouse working. When jokes happen in real life, they are even more funny A young Programmer and his Project Manager board a train headed through the mountains on its way to Wichita.
Soon the train passes into a tunnel and it is pitch black.
There is a sound of a kiss followed by the sound of a slap.
The grandmother is thinking to herself, “It was very brash for that young man to kiss my granddaughter, but I’m glad she slapped him.” The Project manager is sitting there thinking, “I didn’t know the young tech was brave enough to kiss the girl, but I sure wish she hadn’t missed him when she slapped me!They were sure they were all going to die, when suddenly they spotted an escape lane.When I teach introductory computer science courses, I like to lighten the mood with some humor.Having a sense of fun about the material makes it less frustrating and more memorable, and it's even motivating if the joke requires some technical understanding to 'get it'!” A physicist, an engineer and a programmer were in a car driving over a steep alpine pass when the brakes failed.
The car was getting faster and faster, they were struggling to get round the corners and once or twice only the feeble crash barrier saved them from crashing down the side of the mountain.