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message 1: by Badgerlord, Marquis de Badger (new)

Badgerlord | 727 comments Mod
You're all pretty intelligent, and are all pretty humourous. Why not combine the two?


message 2: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
One atom says to another atom "I've lost an electron!" The other atom asks "Are you sure!?" "I'm positive!"

I got this from a video.


message 3: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments What happens when a scientist dies? You barium.


message 4: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Lithium oxygen lithium


Prof. River Song/ Xochil (profriversongxochil) | 109 comments A Neutron walked into a bar and asked how much it was for a beer. The bartender replied"Oh, for you sir, no charge"


message 6: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Bad-dum-BUM!


❄️ Propertea Of Frostea ❄️ Bitter SnoBerry ❄ (berrynumey) There was some random joke about Sodium and Hydrogen asking questions, all they got when they "clashed" was 'NaH'


message 8: by Bookiemonster (new)

Bookiemonster | 21 comments Ba+ Na2 = banana!


Prof. River Song/ Xochil (profriversongxochil) | 109 comments Thats good.


message 11: by Bookiemonster (new)

Bookiemonster | 21 comments Proton 1: Have you lost an electron?
Proton 2: I'm positive!


message 12: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
I already did that one. Except I used atoms. Protons have electrons? I thought they were subatomic particles, so they don't have them. I'm not very good at particle Physics, though, so can you explain?


message 13: by Badgerlord, Marquis de Badger (new)

Badgerlord | 727 comments Mod
Does anyone happen to know the chemical formula for Nitrogen Oxide, by the way?


message 14: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Use Google


ℂᖺαᖇᒪἷ℮ ⊰1017 &Tardis⊱ (charlie_awesome) | 376 comments Badgerlord wrote: "Does anyone happen to know the chemical formula for Nitrogen Oxide, by the way?"

NO.


message 16: by Badgerlord, Marquis de Badger (new)

Badgerlord | 727 comments Mod
Oh. What a shame.


message 17: by Monkeyduels (new)

Monkeyduels | 404 comments Everyone here is a hilariously beautiful mind... That made no sense. And it also sounded creepy.


message 18: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Lol


message 19: by Lizzi721 (new)

Lizzi721 | 56 comments Did you know that oxygen and magnesium bonded? When I heard, I was like OMg!!


message 20: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Hahahaha


message 21: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments May the force be equivalent to mass times acceleration.


message 22: by Laszlo, The Professor (last edited Jun 02, 2013 09:25AM) (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
As my Chemistry teacher used to say, "If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitant."


message 23: by Lizzi721 (new)

Lizzi721 | 56 comments That is sodium funny!!!


message 24: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Hahahaha lithium oxygen lithium


message 25: by Allison (new)

Allison (allibean) | 321 comments Haha, "LOL"?


message 26: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Yup


message 27: by Bookiemonster (new)

Bookiemonster | 21 comments bully: Hey Moron!
Nerd: wrong its Boron!

Lame i know


ℂᖺαᖇᒪἷ℮ ⊰1017 &Tardis⊱ (charlie_awesome) | 376 comments Are you made of copper and tellurium? Cuz, girl, you're CuTe!


message 29: by Rinasa1234 (new)

Rinasa1234 | 661 comments Nice one


message 30: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
What is it called when two molecular physicists are in love? Chemistry.


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