Happy Friday! Comedians are saying that it is getting harder every day to tell jokes because it seems not matter what one says, someone is offended. I think it is still safe to tell jokes about amoebas – at least until I hear from the APL (amoeba Protection League).
Is it true that amoebas call their friends using cell phones?
If you crossed a ghost and an amoeba, would you get an amoeboo?
Is it true that the amoeba had difficulty in math class be it multiplied by dividing?
Did you hear about the amoeba who crossed the microscope to get to the other slide?
If an amoeba took its own picture would it be cell-fie?
An amoeba gets seated in a nice restaurant. The waiter gives her a menu and says, “Make sure to pay before you split.”
Would you call an amoeba that heats things up a microbe-wave?
One amoeba turns the amoeba next to hm and says, “You will always be a part of me.”
If a bacteria when travels from his home colony to another does she experience culture shock?
A paramecium and an amoeba are walking down the street. The amoeba asks “So, lacking any pseudopodia, how do you manage to get around? The paramecium replies “A cilia question I’ve never heard!”
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“Humor is a social lubricant that helps us get over some of the bad spots.” ~ Steve Allen