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Tech Jokes!

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  • ...but my all-time favorite is:

    Why do programmers always confuse Halloween with Christmas?

    Because OCT 31 = DEC 25

  • And got 100% packet loss
    • oh yeah?

      Yo momma's so fat she needs IPv8!

      Yo momma's so dumb she tried to use a token bus to get to work.

      Yo momma's so dumb she chats on IRC with 127.0.0.1:194!

      well yo' momma's so loose her adapters run in promiscuous mode.

      Yo momma's so dumb she tried to make the internet faster by using two modems!

      Yo momma's so dumb first level tech support CAN answer her questions! "no ma'am, thats NOT a cup holder"

      Yo momma's so dumb when tech support asks for her password she says "********" (stolen from user friendly)

      Yo momma's so fat she has to supernet class C addresses just to ping her toes. (?WTF DOES THAT EVEN MEAN!?)

      Yo momma's so dumb she thought a sniffer could tell if you had body odor.

      Yo momma's so dumb she set interrupt level to 0, because she didn't want any traps going off on her computer!

      Yo momma's so poor her bank account is like old memory; chache'd out.

      Yo momma's so dumb that when I said IPSEC she said "then you shouldn't drink so much of it!"

      • Yo momma's so dumb she tried to make the internet faster by using two modems!

        Hey, that works [tldp.org].

        • ok, ok, I meant two on one phone line.

          I actually thought of clarifying that but figured it took away from the whole "yo momma" aspect...

          then again, so does any mention of routing protocols, but I digress.

          Howzabout:
          Yo momma is like subnet-mask based inter domain routing; CLASSLESS.

If I'd known computer science was going to be like this, I'd never have given up being a rock 'n' roll star. -- G. Hirst

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