Puns

Anonymous

An atom loses an electron… It says, “Man, I really gotta keep an ion them.”

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Puns

Stone pig

Dont trust atoms they make up everything.

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Puns

The Flourine Bismuth

Two atoms were walking on a street. One atom said to the other: “I’m feeling really positive today” and the other replied: “I know. I stole your electron”. Then the first atom said “How Ionic”

Physicist

Anonymous

Two atoms are walking down the street and they run in to each other. One says to the other, “Are you all right?” “No, I lost an electron!” “Are you sure?” “Yeah, I’m positive!”

Split

Henry

Did you know when scientists discovered atoms could split it blew them all away?

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Bartender

Anonymous

A block of gold walked into a bar, the bartender said ‘AU, get out!”

Date

Anonymous

Oxygen and potassium went on a date. I heard it was OK

Means

Anonymous

atoms never touch, so it means, we haven’t touch each other or anything, so sir, I did not drop-kick that child

Bartender

Anonymous

A nucleus walked into a bar, he asked the bartender, “How much for a drink?” The bartender replied, “For you, NO CHARGE!”

Fat

poLyAtOmiC iOn mAsTeR

yo mamma so fat she made up of lot of atoms

Breath

i kick a$$

when ant man is the size of an atom how can he breathe?

Argon

Anonymous

I would say a good joke but all the good ones Argon

Copper

Anonymous

what did one copper say to the other? C U

Bar

Flying Spaghetti Monster

Sixteen molecules of sodium walk into a bar. Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na BATMAN!!!

Physics

Casey Kong

Two atom soldiers are fighting against an army. One gets shot. He cried out, im hit! I think I’ve lost an electron! Are you sure? Asks the other. Im positive!

This one as actually physics(unlike some other joke here, ahem cough cough)

Trust

Anonymous

I don’t trust atoms…They always make stuff up…

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Puns

0xFFA715

Why did the electron leave the atom? Because it didn’t want to be argon.

Trust

Why can’t you trust an atom? Because they make up everything.

Physicist

Anonymous

Two hydrogen atoms walk into a bar. One turns to the other and says, "I think I’ve lost my electron." The other asks, “Are you sure?” “Yes,” the first says, “I’m positive.”