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The Best Thing About Playing Texas A&M? Aggie Jokes!

As a child growing up in Arkansas during the '80s, there were few things I found more hilarious than Aggie jokes. Although in my younger years I wasn't even quite sure what an "Aggie" was, I knew without a doubt that they were notoriously stupid and bumbling. So, in a bit of a trip down memory lane for SWC-era folks, here's a sampling of some vintage-style Aggie jokes (all taken from this site, which has a bunch more). And, if you have your own favorites that aren't listed here, please post 'em in the comments section.

How do you keep an Aggie busy?
Write 'Please turn over' on both sides of a piece of paper.

Why did the Aggie get fired from the M&M plant as a quality control inspector?
He kept throwing out all the W&W's!

What do Aggies think Cheerios are?
Donut seeds.

Did you hear about the Aggie that broke his leg raking leaves?
He fell out of the tree.

How do you keep an Aggie busy?
Write 'Please turn over' on both sides of a piece of paper.

How do you sink a submarine which is manned by Aggies?
Have a diver knock on the hatch.

Ice is no longer available in the drinks at the cafeterias at A&M.
The senior who knew the recipe graduated.

There were three Aggies huddled around each other at a local bar. All of a sudden, they jumped up and yelled,
"Yeah, 45! 45!" The bartender goes down to them and asks, "45? What are you guys so excited about?" One of the Aggies speaks up: "We just finished a jigsaw puzzle. The box said 2 to 3 years, and we did it in 45 days!"

An Aggie traveling to a new job didn't show up on the first day.  His supervisor called and asked what happened.  The Aggie replied, "I'm stuck in my motel room.  There are only 3 doors in here: one is the closet, another is the bathroom, and the last one has a sign on it that says DO NOT DISTURB".

A guy walks into a bar and says to the bartender, "Hey bartender, I know a great Aggie joke. You want to hear it?" The bartender says, "Well, before you tell it I should probably tell you that I went to A&M. And you see those two big guys sitting next to you -- they were linebackers for the A&M football team. And those two guys on your other side -- they're Marines, and they used to be in the Corps of Cadets at A&M. Now, are you sure you really want to tell that Aggie joke?" The guy thinks for a second. "I guess not," he said. "I wouldn't want to have to explain it five times."