A list of puns related to "Assessment"
Overall it was good, but I made a fusilli mistakes
I passed with flying colours
"Bad news," I said, "and my name is Tom."
"Same as usual," I replied. "About five foot ten."
It's my annual pro-state exam
I immediately thought it was the best idea to check if at least the engine was still able to run before deciding to get a mechanic to assess the situation. I put the key in and gave it a go but I got nothing
I guess the car was two tired.
I was working a pre-assessment with an older guy before his exam and while I was checking his vision he stops and says;
“I was at the eye doctor the other day and I told the doc, ‘hey man, why is it that everywhere I look, all I see is penises?’ The doctor told me, ‘well, that’s because you’re cock-eyed.’”
I stopped what I was doing and laughed pretty hard, pretty loud, and shook the guys hand and told him he was hired.
I think that's a fair assessment.
Last night, my girlfriend's grandma was admitted to a nearby hospital for a heart rhythm abnormality. The admitting physician was a great guy, and concluded his admission assessment with a spontaneous, and entirely unrelated, dad joke.
"Did you hear about the two burglars who stole a calendar? They each got six months."
He promptly dropped his stethoscope and left. Boom.
So, I've been infuriating my wife with dadjokes for some time now. Phrases such as "I hate you" and "please don't ever speak again" are all-too-common.
Recently, my wife measured my size for a piece of a breathing machine that attaches to my nose (I have sleep apnea).
Me: Oh honey you were right about the breathing machine. I'm definitely a size medium!
Wife: I was right about the nose thing?
Wife: Would you say that my assessment was on the nose?
I stood back in awe. She had bested me. I will never, ever, be able to tell a dadjoke like that.
We are at the dinner table, eating dinner. My six year old daughter asks if she can be excused from the table.
I told her no, and she says "But..." and I cut her off saying we do not say potty words at the table, and that she needs to use the word Bottom instead.
Cue serious six year old confusion as she assesses the situation, mom rolls eyes.
Edit: Cue not Queue ueueueueueueue
Generally uttered while assessing my eight-month-old twins' diaper situations. Because you never know if they just tooted or shat…
My girlfriend described a new coworker when she got home.
Girlfriend: "She was really pale and blonde."
Me: "That's a fair assessment!"
Really close family friend of ours told us this one that allegedly happened while he was on duty. I'm going to tell it from his perspective, as it reads the 'funniest'.
So I'm on duty and we have to go and put out a simple brush fire off to the side of a busy intersection. Since it's the dry season of Southern California literally the smallest spark can cause a giant fire you know, so we're trying to put it out pretty fast. So we arrive there and we notice that an ambulance is speeding down the road to this one pretty sharp bend, and you know, they're making haste since they're on a code 3. A code 3 is where both the siren and the lights are on at the same time and they obviously have something that they need to do. Anyways, they're speeding around this corner and one of the backdoors gets flung open and a cooler flies out and lands at the curb. By this point we've handled the fire and we're just assessing the damage, like where it's spread, stuff like that, so I go and retrieve the container and I open it and inside there's a human toe in there. I tell most of my crew and we decide that we'll get the toe back to the paramedics and then head back to the station. So we call the emergency services and we let them know that some EMT's have left a human body part and didn't come back to get it. They tell us, "we'll have someone come pick it up soon". We wait about 20 minutes and no one arrives and we're all a bit startled that no one's come back to come pick up a fucking human toe, so we call back and they give us the same thing. Half an hour goes by so I decide to call AAA and see if they can help us. Sure enough, AAA is able to help us and within 10 minutes they dispatch the help we need by sending us a toe truck.