Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

Discuss non-Astronomy related subjects.
User avatar
turboscrew
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1130
Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:22 am
Location: Nokia, Finland

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3361

Post by turboscrew »

bbq.jpg
discussion.JPG
Senior Embedded SW Designer
Telescope: OrionOptics XV12, dobsonian, all manual.
LAT 61° 28' 10.9" N, Bortle 5

Image
User avatar
Chich
Jupiter Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 242
Joined: Fri Jul 05, 2019 6:40 am
1
Location: Vancouver Island, BC

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3362

Post by Chich »

If I had to choose I'd say that hands down 6:30 is by far my favourite time of day.
Image
User avatar
Makuser
Moderator
Articles: 0
Posts: 2704
Joined: Mon May 06, 2019 12:53 am
1
Location: Rockledge, FL.

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3363

Post by Makuser »

Here is another abbreviated classic video from the great Honeymooners TV series. From the episode "The Golfer", here is:
Address The Ball:



One t-shirt company even made shirts with this theme. I hope that you enjoy it.
- Marshall
Sky-Watcher 90mm f/13.9 Maksutov-Cassegrain on motorized Multimount
Orion Astroview 120ST f/5 Refractor on EQ3 mount
Celestron Omni XLT150R f/5 Refractor on CG4 mount with dual axis drives.
Orion 180mm f/15 Maksutov-Cassegrain on CG5-GT Goto mount.
Orion XT12i 12" f/4.9 Dobsonian Intelliscope.
Celestron SkyMaster 15x70 Binoculars. ZWO ASI120MC camera.
>)))))*>
User avatar
messier 111
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 823
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2020 2:49 am
Location: canada

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3364

Post by messier 111 »

Of course I can keep secrets. But the people I tell them to obviously can't.
I LOVE REFRACTORS . :observer:

I LOVE TELEVUE EYEPIECES, DELOS . :flags-canada:
Jean-Yves .

WHEN I THINK I AM LOOKING AT THE SAME SKY AS, GALILEO, HUBBLE AND MANY OTHERS, I THANK LIFE OF THIS PRECIOUS GIFT.
Jean-Yves .

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”
― douglas adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
User avatar
Lady Fraktor
Co-Administrator
Articles: 0
Posts: 5266
Joined: Mon Apr 29, 2019 9:14 pm
1
Location: Slovakia

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3365

Post by Lady Fraktor »

turboscrew wrote: Fri Jan 08, 2021 3:58 pm
turboscrew wrote: Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:49 pm A day-off sometimes brings weird thoughts to the mind.
I wonder if "Harley Parkinson" is well known thing globally?
That is...

Image
I thought you were meaning that after riding a Harley Davidson you felt like you have Parkison after stopping.
Proper Telescopes: Antares 105 f/15, Bresser 102 f/13.2, Celestron 150 f/8, Stellarvue NHNGDX 80 f/6.9, TAL 100RS f/10, TS 102 f/11, UR 70 f/10, Vixen ED115s f/7.7
Mounts: Berlebach Planet w/ 410mm pier, Celestron AS-GT, Celestron CG-5 w/ Argo Navis & tracking motor, SLT w/ 250mm pier & tripod mods, Manfrotto 028b w/ SV M2C, Mantrotto 055Pro w/ 128RC, Skywatcher EQ-5 w/ dual drives, TAL MT1C w/ wood tripod, Vixen SXP w/ HAL-130 & 200mm half pier
Diagonal: 2" A-P Maxbright, 2" Baader Herschel Wedge (P), 2" Zeiss/ Baader Amici Prism (DX2), 2" Long Perng Amici Prism, 2" Stellarvue DX, 2" TeleVue EverBrite
Eyepieces: Antares to Zeiss
Image
User avatar
GCoyote
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1391
Joined: Mon May 13, 2019 2:53 am
1
Location: Laurel, MD, USA

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3366

Post by GCoyote »

One Push Up sort of.jpg
cats at a business meeting.jpg
Any metaphor will tear if stretched over too much reality.

Meade 114-EQ-DH f7.9 Newtonian w/ manual GEM
Celestron Power Seeker 76mm f9.2 Newtonian Alt/Az
Bushnell 90mm f13.9 Catadioptric Alt/Az
Celestron 7x50 Binoculars
(And a bunch of stuff I'm still trying to fix or find parts for.)
User avatar
turboscrew
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1130
Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:22 am
Location: Nokia, Finland

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3367

Post by turboscrew »

Lady Fraktor wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:18 pm
turboscrew wrote: Fri Jan 08, 2021 3:58 pm
turboscrew wrote: Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:49 pm A day-off sometimes brings weird thoughts to the mind.
I wonder if "Harley Parkinson" is well known thing globally?
That is...

Image
I thought you were meaning that after riding a Harley Davidson you felt like you have Parkison after stopping.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Senior Embedded SW Designer
Telescope: OrionOptics XV12, dobsonian, all manual.
LAT 61° 28' 10.9" N, Bortle 5

Image
User avatar
Ruud
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 659
Joined: Sun Feb 09, 2020 9:56 pm
Location: the Netherlands

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3368

Post by Ruud »

Saw this on the Creaky Blinder (YouTube):
cat with mask.png
7x50 Helios Apollo 8x42 Bresser Everest 73mm f/5.9 WO APO 4" f/5 TeleVue Genesis 6" f/10 Celestron 6SE 0.63x reducer 1.8, 2, 2.5 and 3x Barlows eyepieces from 4.5 to 34mm
User avatar
OzEclipse
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 709
Joined: Sat May 11, 2019 8:11 am
1
Location: Young, NSW, Australia, 34S, 148E
Contact:

TSS Photo of the Day

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3369

Post by OzEclipse »

half-way-to-work.jpg
"34 South: The Hilltops Observatory"
Central West NSW
Bortle 1-2 skies, 148 E, 34 S

Amateur astronomer since 1978
Astronomical interests : astrophotography, visual observing, nightscape photography, solar eclipse chasing
asteroidal occultations, nightscape astrophotography workshops

web site : http://joe-cali.com/
SCOPES - ATM 18" Dob, Vixen VC200L, ATM 6"f7, ED80, M70
MOUNTS- EM-200, iEQ45, Push dobsonian with Nexus DSC, Various homemade EQ's
CAMERAS : Pentax K1, K5, K01 / VIDEO CAMS : TacosBD, Lihmsec
User avatar
messier 111
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 823
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2020 2:49 am
Location: canada

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3370

Post by messier 111 »

You can train a cat to do anything the cat wants to do at the moment it wants to do it .
I LOVE REFRACTORS . :observer:

I LOVE TELEVUE EYEPIECES, DELOS . :flags-canada:
Jean-Yves .

WHEN I THINK I AM LOOKING AT THE SAME SKY AS, GALILEO, HUBBLE AND MANY OTHERS, I THANK LIFE OF THIS PRECIOUS GIFT.
Jean-Yves .

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”
― douglas adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
User avatar
turboscrew
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1130
Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:22 am
Location: Nokia, Finland

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3371

Post by turboscrew »

messier 111 wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 3:38 pm You can train a cat to do anything the cat wants to do at the moment it wants to do it .
Almost there...
vili_jane.JPG
Senior Embedded SW Designer
Telescope: OrionOptics XV12, dobsonian, all manual.
LAT 61° 28' 10.9" N, Bortle 5

Image
User avatar
pakarinen
Local Group Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 2020
Joined: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:33 pm
1
Location: NE Illinois

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3372

Post by pakarinen »

For those who might prefer armchair astronomy:
galaxy.jpg
I heard that ζ η θ, but I’m pretty sure she just had π.

Orion ST120, Meade AdventureScope ST80, Skywatcher 90mm Mak
Twilight 1 / Astro Devices encoders / Nexus II / Manfrotto 475B tripod / Stellarvue M1V / Skywatcher AZ5
Nikon Aculon 10x50 binos / US Navy 1944 Mark 30 7x50 binos
User avatar
OzEclipse
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 709
Joined: Sat May 11, 2019 8:11 am
1
Location: Young, NSW, Australia, 34S, 148E
Contact:

TSS Photo of the Day

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3373

Post by OzEclipse »

quantum-cats.jpg
"34 South: The Hilltops Observatory"
Central West NSW
Bortle 1-2 skies, 148 E, 34 S

Amateur astronomer since 1978
Astronomical interests : astrophotography, visual observing, nightscape photography, solar eclipse chasing
asteroidal occultations, nightscape astrophotography workshops

web site : http://joe-cali.com/
SCOPES - ATM 18" Dob, Vixen VC200L, ATM 6"f7, ED80, M70
MOUNTS- EM-200, iEQ45, Push dobsonian with Nexus DSC, Various homemade EQ's
CAMERAS : Pentax K1, K5, K01 / VIDEO CAMS : TacosBD, Lihmsec
User avatar
turboscrew
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1130
Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:22 am
Location: Nokia, Finland

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3374

Post by turboscrew »

pakarinen wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:58 pm For those who might prefer armchair astronomy:

Image
I think the seeing is typically good.
Senior Embedded SW Designer
Telescope: OrionOptics XV12, dobsonian, all manual.
LAT 61° 28' 10.9" N, Bortle 5

Image
User avatar
turboscrew
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1130
Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:22 am
Location: Nokia, Finland

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3375

Post by turboscrew »

OzEclipse wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:24 pm Image
Very descriptive! :lol: :lol: :lol:
Senior Embedded SW Designer
Telescope: OrionOptics XV12, dobsonian, all manual.
LAT 61° 28' 10.9" N, Bortle 5

Image
User avatar
messier 111
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 823
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2020 2:49 am
Location: canada

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3376

Post by messier 111 »

An optimist sees light at the end of a tunnel and thinks it’s an exit. A pessimist sees light at the end of a tunnel and assumes it is an onrushing train. The train conductor sees two stupid guys staggering on train tracks.
I LOVE REFRACTORS . :observer:

I LOVE TELEVUE EYEPIECES, DELOS . :flags-canada:
Jean-Yves .

WHEN I THINK I AM LOOKING AT THE SAME SKY AS, GALILEO, HUBBLE AND MANY OTHERS, I THANK LIFE OF THIS PRECIOUS GIFT.
Jean-Yves .

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”
― douglas adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
User avatar
OzEclipse
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 709
Joined: Sat May 11, 2019 8:11 am
1
Location: Young, NSW, Australia, 34S, 148E
Contact:

TSS Photo of the Day

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3377

Post by OzEclipse »

Love is bliss........

Apology Letter To Spouse! scroll down a little at a time.




His letter —-

Hi Sweetheart,I am sorry about getting into an argument about putting up the Christmas lights. I guess that sometimes I feel like you are pushing me too hard when you want something. I realize that I was wrong and I am apologizing for being such a hard-headed guy. All I want is for you to be happy and be able to enjoy the holiday season. Nothing brightens the Christmas spirit like Christmas lights! I took the time to hang the lights for you today and now I will be off to the hockey rink. Again, I am very sorry for the way I acted yesterday. I'll be home later.

Love you!











Her response —

Hi Honey,

Thank you for that heart-felt apology. I don't often get an apology from you and I truly appreciate it. I also felt bad about the argument and wanted to apologize. I realize that I can sometimes be a little pushy. I will try to respect your feelings from now on. Thank you for taking the time to hang the Christmas lights for me. It really means a lot. In the spirit of giving, I washed your truck for you and now I am off to the mall.

I love you too!












christmas-lights-hanging-truck-pool.jpg
"34 South: The Hilltops Observatory"
Central West NSW
Bortle 1-2 skies, 148 E, 34 S

Amateur astronomer since 1978
Astronomical interests : astrophotography, visual observing, nightscape photography, solar eclipse chasing
asteroidal occultations, nightscape astrophotography workshops

web site : http://joe-cali.com/
SCOPES - ATM 18" Dob, Vixen VC200L, ATM 6"f7, ED80, M70
MOUNTS- EM-200, iEQ45, Push dobsonian with Nexus DSC, Various homemade EQ's
CAMERAS : Pentax K1, K5, K01 / VIDEO CAMS : TacosBD, Lihmsec
User avatar
turboscrew
Milky Way Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 1130
Joined: Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:22 am
Location: Nokia, Finland

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3378

Post by turboscrew »

OzEclipse wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:23 pm Love is bliss........

Apology Letter To Spouse! scroll down a little at a time.




His letter —-

Hi Sweetheart,I am sorry about getting into an argument about putting up the Christmas lights. I guess that sometimes I feel like you are pushing me too hard when you want something. I realize that I was wrong and I am apologizing for being such a hard-headed guy. All I want is for you to be happy and be able to enjoy the holiday season. Nothing brightens the Christmas spirit like Christmas lights! I took the time to hang the lights for you today and now I will be off to the hockey rink. Again, I am very sorry for the way I acted yesterday. I'll be home later.

Love you!











Her response —

Hi Honey,

Thank you for that heart-felt apology. I don't often get an apology from you and I truly appreciate it. I also felt bad about the argument and wanted to apologize. I realize that I can sometimes be a little pushy. I will try to respect your feelings from now on. Thank you for taking the time to hang the Christmas lights for me. It really means a lot. In the spirit of giving, I washed your truck for you and now I am off to the mall.

I love you too!













Image
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Senior Embedded SW Designer
Telescope: OrionOptics XV12, dobsonian, all manual.
LAT 61° 28' 10.9" N, Bortle 5

Image
User avatar
messier 111
Orion Spur Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 823
Joined: Mon Nov 09, 2020 2:49 am
Location: canada

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3379

Post by messier 111 »

I’m very sorry to interrupt you, but you must have mistaken me for somebody who’s interested.
I LOVE REFRACTORS . :observer:

I LOVE TELEVUE EYEPIECES, DELOS . :flags-canada:
Jean-Yves .

WHEN I THINK I AM LOOKING AT THE SAME SKY AS, GALILEO, HUBBLE AND MANY OTHERS, I THANK LIFE OF THIS PRECIOUS GIFT.
Jean-Yves .

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”
― douglas adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
User avatar
pakarinen
Local Group Ambassador
Articles: 0
Posts: 2020
Joined: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:33 pm
1
Location: NE Illinois

Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

#3380

Post by pakarinen »

"It's such a fine line between stupid, and uh…"
I heard that ζ η θ, but I’m pretty sure she just had π.

Orion ST120, Meade AdventureScope ST80, Skywatcher 90mm Mak
Twilight 1 / Astro Devices encoders / Nexus II / Manfrotto 475B tripod / Stellarvue M1V / Skywatcher AZ5
Nikon Aculon 10x50 binos / US Navy 1944 Mark 30 7x50 binos
Post Reply

Return to “Off-Topic”