What does a subatomic duck say?

Quark!

I don't believe anything that subatomic particles tell me

They make up everything.

Which subatomic particles are into BDSM?

Top and bottom quarks

What do you call a watchful subatomic particle that resides far from a nucleus?

A surveillance electron.

Did you hear about the reclusive subatomic particle?

It was a bit quarky.

What do you call a subatomic ant eater?

An Ardquark.
(Or a Quarkvark ;)

I've been calibrating my new device which measures the electric charge of subatomic particles by testing it on Protons

So far, the results have been positive.

Did you hear the one about the subatomic particle that refused to pay the bus fare?

It just lepton.

I saw a doctor's office that does proton therapy.

I never thought that subatomic particles would need therapy, but I guess it's not easy being positive all the time.

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Did you hear Charlize Theron has been cast in the next Ant-Man movie?

It's going to be called "Subatomic Blonde."

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