We’ll start with a Group Theory Joke:
Question: Why do they call it the “center” of the city?
Answer: Because everyone commutes there.
Next is a lame elementary math joke:
A man walks into a bar and orders six shots of vodka. He lines them up in a row and downs the first glass, then the third glass and finally the fifth glass.
“Excuse me,” says the barman (as the man is about to exit). “But you left three of the glasses of vodka untouched.”
The man replies, “I know… My doctor says it’s ok to have the odd drink.”
Now a Fibonacci joke:
An infinite number of mathematicians walk into the bar at the famous Fibonacci Hotel.
The 1st mathematician says, “I’ll have one beer, please.”
The 2nd mathematician says, “I’ll have one beer, please.”
The Nth mathematician points to (N-2)th and (N-1)th and says:
“I’ll have what he’s having, and then what he’s having.”
Lame chicken joke:
Question: Why did the chicken cross the north pole?
Answer: He wanted to save the time of walking all the way across the R^2 plane.
This joke only works in Swedish:
Scenario: N mathematicians are standing outside of a strip club. Which one of them entered?
Answer: The kth. (Explanation: In Swedish, “the kth” is pronounced the same way as “the horny one”).
Another bar joke:
A man walks into a Mobius strip club… and simultaneously walks out.
Did you hear about the one-line proof of Fermat’s Last Theorm?
It’s the same as Andrew Wile’s proof (and Richard Taylor), but it’s written on a really long strip of paper.