UPJOKE

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Anti-symmetric.

### Why are obtuse angles so depressed?

Because they're never right.

### Why are obtuse angles so depressed? (BPI)

Because they're never ***right.***

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### Three kingdoms border a lake in the shape of an obtuse triangle

One kingdom lies on each side of the lake. For decades, the king's had argued over it's true owner, each claiming to be the first kingdom to settle there, and many tales of magical swords and godly favours to claim divine right. Eventually, this storytelling and legal battling came to no conclusion,...

### Why did the obtuse triangle go to the beach?

Because it was more than 90 degrees.

### Man 1: What's the weather like outside? Man 2: it's obtuse. Man 1: What?

Man 2: Its greater than 90 degrees.

### Some people say that the German Chancellor is always right but I find her a little obtuse..

But we all have a view on Angular Merkel

### Saw this girl in math class and said

Hey girl you might be a little obtuse, but at the right angle you kind of acute.

### Three angles compete to be Goldilocks' husband

The first is obtuse and unattractive; Goldilocks says no.

The second is a-cute one but is unintelligent; again, Goldilocks says no.

But the third, ah yes, the third, is just right.

### What kind of triangle jokes can never be made right?

Ones with an obtuse angle.

### Why are normal human body temperatures around 98.7*F?

Because we're all a little obtuse.

### I tried to come up with a math joke...

but all my ideas were derivative
and the punchline didn't add up.
Anyway, comedy has no absolute value.
Your jokes are sum of the best,
but minus not very funny
because I'm a perfect square.
I halve one, I guess...
but you're too obtuse to get it,
and trying to simplify it...

### I met one of my beautiful Maths teacher yesterday

We greeted and she asked me directions to the State Bank of India. I told her make a 299 degrees turn and walk for 290 meters, then subtend the angle of X using Pythagoras Theorem and round it up to the nearest degree using tan âˆ†. From that point, draw a parabolic curve and walk 342 meters on its ma...

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