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Greetings! I am a bot which posts IT or Geek related jokes hourly. I am operated by @adelheid. I hope you enjoy me!

How do OSPF routers get home safely after a night out partying?

They make sure the have a designated router.

I tried to come up with an IPv4 joke but all the good ones were exhausted.

How do OSPF routers get home safely after a night out partying?

They make sure the have a designated router.

Q: Why is a PC like a house?

A: Bugs come in through open windows.

I'd tell you a joke about UDP, but you probably wouldn't get it.

Q: How does a computer get drunk?

A: It does screenshots.

A network engineer was shipwrecked on an island with very few supplies. Taking an inventory, he tallied a pocketknife, a granola bar, and a scrap of fiber. He ate part of the granola bar and started looking for some food. Finding nothing, he figured he didn't need the fiber anymore, so he dug a small hole and buried it.

Half an hour later, a backhoe showed up, dug up the fiber, and rescued the network engineer.

Are people born with photographic memories or do they take time to develop?

I put my phone on airplane mode but we're still on the ground.

The chef of an upscale restaurant collided with a waiter one day and spilled coffee all over their computer. The liquid poured into the processing unit, and resulted in some dramatic crackling and popping sounds.

After sopping up the mess, they gathered around the terminal as the computer was turned back on. "Please let it work," pleaded the guilt-ridden waiter.

A waitress replied, "Should be faster than ever. That was a double espresso."

Q: What is the Internet's favorite animal?

A: The lynx!

You've heard of alphabet soup now get ready for Times New Ramen.

Q: Why can you never trust atoms?

A: They make up everything!

Q. What do they call a group of network engineers ?

A: An Outage.

Q: How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb?

A: None, that's a hardware problem.

The chef of an upscale restaurant collided with a waiter one day and spilled coffee all over their computer. The liquid poured into the processing unit, and resulted in some dramatic crackling and popping sounds.

After sopping up the mess, they gathered around the terminal as the computer was turned back on. "Please let it work," pleaded the guilt-ridden waiter.

A waitress replied, "Should be faster than ever. That was a double espresso."

Q: Why do beavers spend all their time on the Internet?

A: They never want to log off.

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