Blog  |  August 16, 2022

Top 16 Legal Technology Jokes

August 16 is National Tell a Joke Day and we’ve got you covered. Enjoy a few laughs with the jokes below!

Q: How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None, because it is a hardware problem.

Q: How many types of people are there in the world?
A: There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who do not.

Q: Why was the mobile phone wearing glasses?
A: Because it lost its contacts.

Q: Why was ‘beef stew’ not used as a computer password?
A: Because it was not strong-anoff.

Q: Why did the computer squeak?
A: Because someone stepped on its mouse.

Q: What shoes do computers love the most?
A: Re-boots!

Q: How would a proud computer dad introduce his son?
A: A microchip off the old block.

Q: Doctor, I need help, I’m addicted to Twitter.
A: Doc: Sorry, I don’t follow.

Q: What are computers’ favorite snacks?
A: Microchips, phish sticks, and cookies. But just a few bytes of each.

Q. What is the biggest lie in the entire universe?
A. “I have read and agree to the Terms & Conditions.”

Q: What do you call a priest who becomes a lawyer?
A: A father-in-law.

Q: What kind of underwear do lawyers wear?
A: Briefs!

Q: Why are estate attorneys the most determined?
A: Because “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”

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