8 Industry Jokes for National Let’s Laugh Day

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Every year on March 19, the world celebrates National Let’s Laugh Day. While the holiday may not be as well-known as many others, it serves as a good excuse to unwind and have a chuckle. Studies even show that laughter may be good for your health!

While most people don’t associate the manufacturing and industrial sphere with side-splitting jokes and goofy one-liners, there’s still opportunity for a few giggles. So kick back and get ready to laugh your ASME off with these silly industry jokes.

  1. Q: What do you call an adequate manufacturing plant?
    A: A satis-factory.

  2. Today I was asked about my job manufacturing nuts and bolts.
    I told them it was quite riveting.

  3. I love the smell of abandoned commercial manufacturing plants.
    I find it to be a pleasant old factory experience.

  4. Q: Why did the CEO make everyone at the manufacturing plant go on a diet?
    A: She wanted a lean facility.

  5. The optimist says, “The glass is half full.”
    The pessimist says, “The glass is half empty.”
    The engineer says, “The glass is twice as big as it needs to be.”

  6. New engineer: How do you estimate how long a project will take?
    Experienced engineer: I add up the time required for each task, then multiply the sum by pi.
    New engineer: Why pi?
    Experienced engineer: It ensures that all of my budgets are irrational.

  7. Q: What did one automated robot say to the other?
    A: 01001001 01110011 00100000 01110100 01101000 01101001 01110011 00100000 01100101 01110110 01100101 01101110 00100000 01100001 00100000 01101010 01101111 01101011 01100101.

  8. Q: Why did the supply chain manager come to work dressed only in clear plastic wrap?
    A: He wanted to achieve a higher level of transparency.

Life — and work — can get pretty serious, but it’s important to let loose once in a while. Don’t just stop at March 19, though; live every day like it’s National Let’s Laugh Day.

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