Sunday, July 30, 2006

Chemistry

Instructor: "I have a pine cone here. What is this pinecone made of?"
Random Student: "Historians maintain that it was discovered by Norweign scientists in 1836. It was used by..."
Instructor: Ok, I'm gonna stop you there. Not only was that information wrong, it also didn't answer my question."
A Colonel who was walking down the hall stuck his head in and said,
"That sounds like a polititians answer."
And disapeared.
Eventually the instructor got the answer he was looking for.
(Carbon and chemical structures.)
Other Student: "But sir, people perfer the polititians answer."

That is the sad truth

6 comments:

  1. Why was he even answering it that way to begin with...??

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  2. LoL! That's great! I love it when things like that happen.

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  3. *gag*

    I'll take the simple short answer

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  4. "Historians maintain that it was discovered by Norweign scientists in 1836. It was used by..."

    *laughs* You have got to be kidding me.

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