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Engineering Humor - RF CafeThese tech-centric jokes, song parodies, anecdotes and assorted humor have been collected from friends and websites across the Internet. This humor is light-hearted and sometimes slightly offensive to the easily-offended, so you are forewarned. It is all workplace-safe.

Humor #1, #2, #3

Tech and Business Related Anagrams - RF CafeHow's this for a great anagram?

International Microwave Symposium = Comparatively Winsome Ruminations, or maybe Unwise Improvisational Commentary

I came up with that today when noting that IMS 2020 Virtual Event begins today.

An anagram, BTW, is a word or words created from the letters of another word or words. Some results are very descriptive of the original subject (Western Union = No Wire Unsent and The Morse Code = Here Come Dots), but the best are results that mock (New York Times = Monkeys Write) or suggest the opposite of the original.

Here's another: Electrical Engineer = Career Intelligence.

There are many anagram finders out there, including AnagramMaker.com, which is the one I used to find my International Microwave Symposium anagram.

Over the years, I have searched the WWW for anagrams and posted many on the following two pages. Here is a new batch found in today's effort. It is usually impossible to determine the true origin of things like this since they are repeated all over the Internet. Of course I claim ownership of the IMS and EE anagram, so if it pops up somewhere else without attribution, it is premeditated theft.

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A Decimal Point = I'm a Dot in Place

Dormitory = Dirty Room

Western Union = No Wire Unsent

Silicon Graphics = A Long Chip Crisis

The Intel processor = This electron poser

Eleven plus two = Twelve plus one

Hewlett-Packard Co = PC alert! Two hacked!

Toshiba Consumer Products Ltd = It's cool to thump sad CD-burners

Ericsson Mobile Phones = Sonic noise problems, eh?

Compaq, Inc = PC: "Mac? No IQ!"

Peugeot Cars = Great coupes!

Pentium = Put me in

Camry = My car

Toyota Landcruiser = O, dusty oriental car

Land Rover Discovery = Cosy, overland driver

The Sanyo Corporation = Sony operator to China?

DaimlerChrysler Corporation = Merc option: really horrid cars!

Goodyear Tires = Yo! I greet roads

Toyota Prius = Story: Utopia!

Caterpillar Incorporated = O, principal tractor dealer!

Bank of America = Mafia-backer, no?

General Motors Corporation = Large car on store promotion

Singapore Airlines = Pioneer Asian girls

Morgan Stanley = Analyst monger

Cosmopolitan = O, cool man tips!

Happy Meals in McDonalds = Means a damn sloppy child

The World Trade Organisation = Nations' reward: hard-to-get oil

Delta Airlines = I land earliest!"

McDonald's Restaurants = Uncle Sam's standard rot

Los Angeles Times = Slogans meet lies!'

Reader's Digest = Registered ads

The Oxford English Dictionary = Ah friend, try this good lexicon!

Greyhound = Young herd

The Walt Disney Co = The low syndicate

Siemens = Nemesis

Time Warner = Mean Writer

Boeing Aircraft Corporation = Cargo airborne, action profit!

Northwest Airlines Incorporated = Tower directs airplane: 'Is north, no?'

The Royal Bank of Scotland = Aye! Loch bonds, tartan folk!

Continental Airlines Incorporated = Concerned international air pilots

Bulgarian Airlines = Real bargain

Lufthansa = Fatal huns

London Heathrow Airport = Hop to Iran, another world!

 

Boeing = Big One

 

 

 

 

Posted August 4, 2020

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