Anyone got any good space/NASA jokes?

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Geoff & Marisa Purvis-Smith

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Jun 27, 1997, 3:00:00 AM6/27/97
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I have to MC a dinner with a space theme. Any assistance appreciated.

GPS


Zul

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Jun 30, 1997, 3:00:00 AM6/30/97
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Well they are not all good space jokes, but at least they are space
jokes.

What kind of bulbs should you plant on the moon?
Light bulbs!


How many Vulcans does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Approximately 1.00000000000000001


How many Borg does it take to screw in a light bulb?
One, but the whole collective enjoys the experience!


What is an astronaut's favorite meal?
Launch!


When is a window like a star?
When it's a skylight!


What kinds of songs do planets like to sing?
Nep-tunes!


What kind of poem can you find in outer space?
Uni-verse!


Why couldn't the astronaut land on the moon?
It was already full!


What did the astronaut cook for lunch?
An unidentified frying object!


How did the astronaut serve dinner in outer space?
On flying saucers!


What's the best way to talk to a martian?
Long distance!


What's a martian's normal eyesight?
20-20-20
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Clive Jones

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Jul 8, 1997, 3:00:00 AM7/8/97
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>On Fri, 27 Jun 1997 20:09:44 +1000, Geoff & Marisa Purvis-Smith
><purvi...@interact.net.au> wrote:
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>>I have to MC a dinner with a space theme. Any assistance appreciated.
>>
>>GPS
>>
>
>Well they are not all good space jokes, but at least they are space
>jokes.
>
>
>
>What kind of bulbs should you plant on the moon?
>Light bulbs!
>

<snipped to save sanity...>

Q: Where did you get these jokes from?

A: Ur-anus.


Clive

GWLucky

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Jul 9, 1997, 3:00:00 AM7/9/97
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There's a ton of very tasteless Challenger jokes...

not me

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Jul 9, 1997, 3:00:00 AM7/9/97
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> Re: Anyone got any good space/NASA jokes?

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GWLucky

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Jul 9, 1997, 3:00:00 AM7/9/97
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Of course, there is the apparently true story about Neil Armstrong when he
stepped on the moon. After his famous "One small step..." speech, he
added (off mike) "Good luck, Mr. Gortsky". When asked, he explained that
as a young boy, he was playing in the yard when he heard his neighbor,
Mrs. Gortsky saying in an upstairs room "Oral sex, oral sex? You'll get
oral sex when that kid next door walks on the moon!"

Good luck, Mr. Gortsky!

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