He keeps talking about trans sisters
It’s a Ringtone
Pierre to Pierre network.
They're only ammeters.
He was later charged with battery
Just needs an Apple logo
It's in the wiring.
Instead of just thermistors and resistors, why can't there also be thermissuses and resistresses?
Just another cop on a power strip.
Because “sun” upside down reads “uns”
Mine says it's from Best By.
It's Björk's York Torque Corp.
it was electricfrying
It was pretty Jarreing.
He wouldn’t techno for an answer.
I can't wait to put E.I.E.I.O. on my resume!
Because it was ah... low-ding.
He had a panic at the Cisco
So I'm feeling pretty good about myself.
Battery’s not included
I guess you could call it a battery ram.
And he sold a ring.
His doctor told him he should "take one tablet a day."
It was an Apple turnover.
One made up by my dad! He's so impressed with himself for making it up he has told the joke where ever possible over the past few years!
Now that's E-fish-in-sea!
Because he was found guilty of a screen-shot.
If your brother becomes a woman, she will be your trans sister.
Everything goes haywire
I hate you dad
I heard they have rave reviews..
using the right Al Gore Rhythm
Discussing electrical current and he introduced us to Kirchhoff's current law.
"This is Kirchhoff's current law. I don't know what his previous law was, but this is the current one."
The offer was irresistible.
Teacher speaking to the class...
What do you guys think were the 3 most used words in the 60's?
silence from class
Class responds "Ear?!"
Teacher takes a long hit from invisible joint and pretends to pass it to the student in front of him.
while holding his hit "Ear."
While I was at the electronics store today, this happened:
Shop assistant drops a bunch of price signs, and exclaims "The prices are falling!"
I imagine the man must be a glorious husband and father.
My friend and I are working on an electronics projects and he was trying to figure out what kind of resistor he needed. Here's how the conversation went:
"Hey, why did the diode kiss the capacitor?"
"He couldn't resistor!"
"... get out of my garage"
I asked where I had to turn, since we took a more unfamiliar route. "Left," he said. "Right," I replied. He looked at me and smiled. "No, left!"