There’s a parallel universe where people age non-linearly, and every day you have no idea how old you’ll wake up.
So sometimes you’d have to call into work like, “Sorry, can’t make it in today, I’m 6.”
My physics teacher asked me if I understood the chapter on linear motion.
I said "yeah it's pretty straightforward"
Is your normal probability plot approximately linear?
Cause you can distribute your sample over me
I made this Doctor Who joke myself.
A doctor who isn’t bound by the causal nature of linear joke telling!
(Wait for it.)
A guy finds a genie
A guy, as often happens in this kind of joke, stumbles upon a genie who will grant him three wishes. Now, he's set to get a lot of money from his father, so rather than taking the standard first wish for money he thinks about it a little and decides that there is no way he would possibly regret wish...
Math puns are boring
Algebra puns are too linear, arithmetic puns are too basic, trigonometry puns are too graphic, calculus puns are all derivatives. Only the statistic puns are the occasional outlier.