Start Your April Fools’ Day Off Right With These Chemistry Jokes. They’re A Gas!

It’s April Fools’ Day! What better way to celebrate than to nerd out with some cringeworthy chemistry jokes?

The American Chemical Society has got you covered, with a new round of witticisms in its latest video (above).

For instance: “What do you do with a sick chemist? Well, if you can’t helium, and you can’t curium, then you’re going to have to barium.”

We slapped our neon that one.

If you don’t see your favorite chemistry joke, check out last year’s video. And feel free to share your own joke in the comments.

As Youtuber Lauren Colenso commented on the new video, “All the good chemistry jokes Argon? I don’t Zinc so.”
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