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It‘s because they always have a point.

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He is missing the point.

I guess you could say it was getting pretty tenths.

Jokes about whole numbers just have no point.

....are missing the point.

Nobody could see the point.

It's pointless.

But, anyway. You gotta draw the line somewhere, or

else people will think you're being irrational. But

that is beside the point.

But, anyway. You gotta draw the line somewhere, or

else people will think you're being irrational. But

that is beside the point.

Because you never get the point.

This isn't the best joke, but I'm really proud of how it came out. My sister and I are both in town visiting our parents for the first time in years. I keep dropping bad puns and my sister keeps yelling at me.

Tonight, we were telling stories from our youth, and I told her this one. She was r...

Tonight, we were telling stories from our youth, and I told her this one. She was r...

"Is 200 zeroes a lot ?"

"depends on their position " I said "if they are after a decimal point, no"

"and if they are above pearl Pearl Harbor , then yes"

"depends on their position " I said "if they are after a decimal point, no"

"and if they are above pearl Pearl Harbor , then yes"

They are {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}, and there are no others!

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My town's new library has its floors organized according to the Dewey Decimal System. Books with a code from 001 to 099 are in the basement, and books with a code from 900 to 999 are on the top floor, for example. Books with a code from 100 to 199 are on the street-level floor by the main entrance.
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Because they are pointless

Decimal jokes. Integer jokes just don’t have any point.

This increases to 78.47 if you add a decimal

You said you would never forget 9/11

Overrated.

I said that there's no point

He was sure he would have to convert.

And never returned

Add a zero or move the decimal point.

it floats.

Whats the point?

ternary, quaternary, quinary, senary, septenary, octal, nonary, decimal and hexadecimal, and those who weren't expecting a double-subverted binary joke.

The Chewie-decimal system

But as you get older you realise that decimals have a point

Finally I realized …decimals have a point.

Yesterday, I decided to stick to binary only, instead of the decimal system.

I went to the grocery store and I saw: "£10." I thought, "wow, that product is 101 times cheaper today!"

I went to the grocery store and I saw: "£10." I thought, "wow, that product is 101 times cheaper today!"

Study shows that if you say 'study shows that' before saying a statement, people are 56% more likely to believe you and this number can increase to 71% if you add a random statistical data and to further amp up this number to 82.3% you can include decimals in that number as well.

Because OCT 31 == DEC 25

(hint: octal and decimal are numerical bases 8 and 10 respectively, happy holidays!)

(hint: octal and decimal are numerical bases 8 and 10 respectively, happy holidays!)

The number says "Decimal of that pi is so delicious. I wanna taste it so bad!"

The letter said "Alphabet you do."

The letter said "Alphabet you do."

The DUI decimal system

So, if you convert 9/11 into a decimal, you get 0.8181818181818181818181818181.... going on forever. What's the eighth letter of the alphabet? H. What's the first letter of the alphabet? A. That's right, ladies and germs. The Joker did 9/11.

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They use the do me decimal system.

Yet only one in a hundred find this funny.

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Someone really should've put him in his place.

*Tender submission* - A game of poker in which the losing hand wins

*Tender sum* - A wild guess carried out to two decimal places

*Successful Tenderer* - A contractor wondering what they left out.

*Architect* - A person who knows very little about a great deal and keeps knowing less and le...

*Tender sum* - A wild guess carried out to two decimal places

*Successful Tenderer* - A contractor wondering what they left out.

*Architect* - A person who knows very little about a great deal and keeps knowing less and le...

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