There is a common confusion that jokes are only for stupid and idiotic people but it is not the case. Jokes are for everyone because to make a joke is not a crime. If you make joke of anyone no one comes to bust you because to be happy is not against law. Only stupid and idiots are not made fool or do not commit mistakes. Sometimes intelligent and intellectual people also commit act of stupidity and people gets a chance to make fool out of them or to laugh at them. Err is in human nature. Every man commits mistakes whether more or less but less but everyone does. Here are few jokes for professors, intellectuals and intelligent people who are as assuming as any other jokes but also meet the standard. These jokes prove that not only stupid but also the wisest in the society like professors and intellectuals enjoys jokes very much because jokes aren’t bound by boundaries of age.
1. Dean, to the physics department, "Why do I always have to give you guys so much money for laboratories and expensive equipment. Why couldn't you be like the math department - all they need is money for pencils, paper and waste-paper baskets. Or even better, like the philosophy department. All they need are pencils and paper."
2. Why do computer programmers confuse Halloween and Christmas?
Because OCT 31 = DEC 25.
3. The First Law of Philosophy: For every philosopher, there exists an equal and opposite philosopher.
The Second Law of Philosophy: They're both wrong.
4. A physicist, a biologist, and a mathematician are sitting at a café across from an empty building. They observe two people enter and then, later, three leave.
The physicist says, "Apparently there was some error with our measurements." The biologist says, "Obviously, they reproduced while in the building."
The mathematician opines, "If now one more were to enter the building, it would again be empty."
5. An engineer, physicist and economist are stranded on an island. They have a can of beans to eat. The engineer says, "I'll build a pulley system to open the can." The physicist says, "I'll build a fire to heat the can and the pressure will open the can." The economist says, "Let's assume we have a can opener."
6. Two math professors were dining out, and having an argument about whether or not the average person knew calculus. When the skeptical professor went to the bathroom the other professor told their waitress to answer one third x cubed. When the skeptical professor got back, he asked their waitress, what is the integral of x squared is. The waitress responded, "one-third x cubed" and as she walked away said, "Plus a constant, you idiots!"