How many people does it take
to change a low energy light bulb ?
~ It only takes one to change your bulb ... to his.
~ How many
can you afford?
don't change light bulbs, they change the entire system.
~ Five; one to do it and the other four to sit around and discuss how
it's so much more gratifying than a man.
~ Two; one to do it and the other to keep the first one's knee from
~ None, because
somebody might come into the room who likes to sit in the dark.
~ Er, two. Or maybe one. No - on second thoughts, make that two. Is
that okay with you?
~ I don't
know, but I can look it up for you.
~ One, but he uses a chainsaw.
One to change the bulb, one to be a witness, one to kill the witness
~ 1001; One to screw in the bulb and a thousand to chant "fight darkness."
~ Fifty; one to screw in the light
bulb and the remaining 49 to guard him.
~ None: The light bulb contains the seeds of its own revolution.
~ None; 'we can see no need for uninstallation and
have therefore made no provision for light bulbs to be removed.'
~ Four. One to ask "What is the registration number
of the light bulb?", one to ask "Have you tried switching it off and on again?",
another to ask
"Have you tried reinstalling it?" and the last one to say "It must be your
hardware because the light bulb in our office works fine ..."
~ None; Microsoft will simply redefine darkness
as the industry standard
~ Eight: one to work the bulb and seven to
make sure that Microsoft gets $2 for every light bulb ever changed, anywhere in
~ Six; one to climb up
an invisible ladder, one to get an imaginary bulb, one to hand the bulb up to
the mime on the ladder, who holds it steady while two more turn the imaginary
ladder in so subtle mockery of low energy light bulb jokes.
~ One, and thirty innocents to see the light.
~ Just one,
but he has to be on top.
~ 101; one to change it and 100 to convince
everyone else to change light bulbs too.
~ None; "Don't worry about your mother. You go have a good time. I'll
just sit here in the dark. Alone."
~ Any number; you hum it, they'll soon pick up the tune
~ Two. One to screw it almost all the way in and the
other to give it a surprising twist at the end.
~ Seventy; they plan it for two weeks and when they finally get around
to it the weather's bad so they postpone it till next week. Final cost: 3 million
~ One, if they
can persuade someone to test the socket with a finger.
Yorkers (polite, considerate native New Yorkers)
~ Seven. One
to install the new bulb and six to figure out what to do with the old one for
the next 10,000 years.
People who glow in the dark don't need light bulbs.
One, but you'll have to wait until the house-keeping staff go home, or they'll
~ None, they just have
a nursing assistant do it.
~ One. Plus the
~ As many as possible
- but don't ask what they do with the old bulb.
~ None; they can all see by the light at the end of the tunnel.
~ Six. One to screw in the bulb and five to fend off all those Californians trying
to share the experience.
~ Six. One to change the bulb, and five to protest
about the nuclear power plant that generates the electricity that powers it.
~ Only one, but it took three people to convince them
that it was burnt out in the first place.
~ "Approximately 1.00000000000000000001"
~ 1.99904274017, but that's close enough for non-technical
People with multiple personality disorder
~ One, but they're really three
~ Just one, but it takes the entire Accident and Emergency team to get it out
~ None. They prefer
to sit in the dark.
~ None. It's probably screwed in too tight anyway.
~ Can you call back in 10 minutes?
~ How can you be sure it needs changing?
~ Three; one to curse the darkness, one to light a candle... ... and
one to change the bulb so that she can see to write about the whole sordid experience.
~ Fifty one; one to attempt
to seize the old bulb and fifty to surround the house when it won't come quietly.
~ Ten; one to change the bulb, four to smash the old one and five to
stand around and see nothing.
~ Three, one to do it, one to direct traffic
and one to say "Show's over, nothing left to see here, folks, move along."
~ One, but he's never around when you need him.
~ None. It turned
one to do it and one to pass out pamphlets.
~ Four, one to change it and the other three to deny it.
one to change the low energy light bulb and two to promise that everything possible
is being done to solve the problem.
~ Two; one to change the bulb -
but another to change it back after the next election.
~ None; its more
important to be tough on light bulbs - and tough on the causes of light
Presidential candidates you can really trust
It's going to be a dark four years, isn't it?
~ Just two; one to install the new bulb, while the other Says Nice Things
about the old bulb (which he never actually met).
~ It takes just one psychiatrist. But the light bulb has got to
want to change.
many do you think it takes?
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