Whatsapp Jokes Which Only Smart People Will Understand



Whatsapp Jokes Which Only Smart People Can Understand



Would you love to look like a smart ass in front of your friends on whatsapp ? The best thing you can do is to send some smart jokes as below to your friends,and just see the results.;)

Here are some of the most cleverest jokes that only the smartest of people can understand , try them !!

1) What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question?

“Am I missing something? There’s no response.” That’s because rhetorical questions don’t get one. “Am I a dolt or what?” U mm …is that a rhetorical question?

2) A pun, a play on words, and a limerick walk into a bar. No joke.

The joke wasn’t there because it was busy parking the car.

3) Oh, man! A hyperbole totally ripped into this bar and destroyed everything!

A hyperbole is an exaggerated claim. No, really, realllllllllllyyyyy exaggerated. I mean, like, the most exaggerated thing in the history of ever!!

4) This sentence contains exactly threeee erors.

The third error? The fact that there are only two errors. The fourth error? Running this gag.

5) Knock, knock.

Who’s there?


To who?

No, to whom.

I always get this wrong, to (or is that “too” … “Two?”)

6) Q: How do mathematicians scold their children?

A: “If I’ve told you n times, I’ve told you n+1 times …”

N is a placeholder for a number. Adding one makes it one more than whatever n is. We could have used X, but this is a family magazine.
7) A mathematician wanders back home at 3 a.m. and proceeds to get an earful from his wife.

“You’re late!” she yells. “You said you’d be home by 11:45!”

“Actually,” the mathematician replies coolly, “I said I’d be home by a quarter of 12.”

Divide 12 by 4, or a quarter. Now do you get it? (I didn’t. Someone had to tell me to do that.)

8) Did you hear about the mathematician who’s afraid of negative numbers?

He will stop at nothing to avoid them.

The only time nothing is negative is under the Christmas tree. So when counting down, happily stop at nothing—or zero—to avoid the dreaded negative numbers.

9) A recent finding by statisticians shows the average human has one breast and one testicle.

The world’s population is split sort of evenly between men and women, making the average human part male, part female, and a complete pain to shop for.

Unless their instrument is the triangle, musicians are looked upon as highly cultured. Leach off their reputation with these:

10) Why did Beethoven get rid of his chickens? All they said was, “Bach, Bach, Bach …”

And his cows preferred Moo-zak.

11) E-flat, and G walk into a bar. The bartender shows them the door and says, “Sorry, we don’t serve minors.”

By themselves, the musical notes C, E-flat, and G are simply tones, neither major nor minor. But when played all at once, they form a C-minor chord. This had the gang in the orchestra pit howling.

12) A sign at a music shop: “Gone Chopin. Bach in a minuet.”

The Lizst of funny music puns is not long. In fact, anyone caught telling one often ends up in Haydn.

13) Q: What was Beethoven’s favorite fruit?


Who knew that the opening strands of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony were an homage to his favorite fruit?

14) A photon is going through airport security. The TSA agent asks if he has any luggage. The photon says, “No, I’m traveling light.”

photons are particles representing an amount of light. This particular photon didn’t need a suitcase because it was going to a nudist convention.

15) What did the DNA say to the other DNA? “Do these genes make me look fat?”

This works on many levels: as word play (genes vs. jeans) and because one’s genes can determine body shape (that, plus the 12 sundaes they’re in the midst of eating).

16) The bartender says, “We don’t serve time travelers in here.”

A time traveler walks into a bar.

Wait, did our copy editor fall into some cosmic wormhole? No, we just told the middle of the joke first, followed by the beginning. The time traveler hasn’t arrived at the end yet.

17)Did you hear about the suicidal homeopath? He took 1/50th of the recommended dose.

Homeopathy holds that a substance, which causes symptoms when taken in large doses, can be used in far smaller doses to treat those same symptoms. We’re trying this with our jokes column. We’re injecting our readers with small doses of eye-rolling.

18) A ship, sailing past a remote island, spots a man who has been stranded there for several years. The captain goes ashore to rescue the man and notices three huts.

“What’s the first hut for?” he asks.

“That’s my house,” says the castaway.

“What’s the second hut for?”

“That’s my church.”

“And the third hut?”

“Oh, that?” sniffs the castaway. “That’s the church I used to go to.”

19) What did the Buddhist say to the hot dog vendor? “Make me one with everything.”

Being one with everything means experiencing a supernatural bond with the entire universe. A hot dog with everything means experiencing a supernatural bond with mustard and sauerkraut.

20) A man is talking to God. “God, how long is a million years?”

God answers, “To me, it’s about a minute.”

“God, how much is a million dollars?”

“To me, it’s a penny.”

“God, may I have a penny?”

“Wait a minute.”

Time is relative, especially to the entity that invented it.

21) if you jumped off the bridge in Paris, you’d be in Seine.

You’d have to be nuts to jump into the Seine, which is the river that runs through Paris.

22) Your mama is so classless, she could be a Marxist utopia.

Marxists oppose class structures. That’s because when Marx was a little boy he hated school.

23) A German walks into a bar and asks for a martini. The bartender asks, “Dry?”

The German replies, “Nein, just one.”

“Drei”—pronounced “dry”—is German for “three”. “Nein”—pronounced “nine”—is German for “No”. “Dieser Witz stinkt” is German for “This joke stinks.”

24) René Descartes walks into a bar. The bartender says, “Would you like a beer?”

Descartes replies, “I think not,” and promptly disappears.

The French philosopher’s most famous line is “I think, therefore I am.” His least famous line: “Is this seat taken?”

25)  Did you hear about the weekly poker game with Vasco da Gama, Christopher Columbus, Leif Erikson, and Francisco Pizarro? They can never seem to beat the Straights of Magellan.

When his fellow explorers found Magellan hiding an Ace up his sleeve, they sent him packing to southern Chile toward the Straits of Magellan.

So here were some of the simplest jokes ever, hope you got all  them right ! 😉


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