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Windows 7: Great computing/technology based double double meaning jokes?

18 Sep 2011   #1
biggles1000

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Great computing/technology based double double meaning jokes?

One of my (real life ) friends said in IRC to all of us that we should each buy a 3DS.
I responded "I'd rather buy a Vita", "BAZINGA - double meaning ;P"
(as as you probably all know, vita is latin for life, as well as the name of the PlayStation Vita, so it was the usual "I'd rather get a life" joke ). I'm not sure if saying 'get' instead of 'buy' would have made it a better or worse joke...

Anyway... anyone else come across or come up with some technology related double meaning jokes?

(and yes, I know it's called a double entendre, but that's generally used to describe 'dirty jokes' than clean ones)
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18 Sep 2011   #2
Maguscreed

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When I worked in a server room many years ago I heard so many puns about sticking hard drives in mainframes it was ridiculous.

...I can't recall any of them specifically at the moment though.
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18 Sep 2011   #3
biggles1000

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Maguscreed View Post
When I worked in a server room many years ago I heard so many puns about sticking hard drives in mainframes it was ridiculous.

...I can't recall any of them specifically at the moment though.
rofl, I bet there must have been some hilarious ones amongst them
Pity you can't remember any specific ones, but I can imagine what a few may have been
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