19 entries in Numbers / Gag
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Sid Lorraine That Nazti Man weird number gag
1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 130) 750
Max Katz Wrong Number!
1957 26 Originals 23
Bob Read Calculator Writing joke, result of a calculation is a hidden message on the calculator, see also page 87 for additional idea by Dr. Brum Antonioli
Dec. 1974 Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 4) 51
Mark Weston The Calculator Business message writing with a calculator and multiplication curriosities
Aug. 1975 Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 12) 140
Ken De Courcy No Time For Work gag calculation in which is shown that there are no days in which anyone works
Variations 1975 Son of Pentertain 5
Ken De Courcy The Cure For Insomnia 1089 number force used for dirty gag revelation of word
1975 Son of Pentertain 7
E. Leslie May A Sanguinary Rise alternate presentation
Inspired by 1976 Mistress of Pentertain 12
Dan Bellman Forbidden Fruit gag calculation with adam, eve, apple presentation
1976 Mistress of Pentertain 23
Ken De Courcy Grandfather's Gimmick gag calculation with age which ends up with 999
1976 Mistress of Pentertain 24
Unknown Druids Dilemma numbers written paper become "pissed" when held against light
1976 Mistress of Pentertain 34
Unknown It's Hard to Please gag in which number is written as a penis
1976 Mistress of Pentertain 35
Unknown Taking it Lying Down calculation with story presentation
1976 Mistress of Pentertain 36
Unknown Playful Plays six written numbers or words represent some dirty things
1976 Mistress of Pentertain 38
Justin Higham Hello calculator reveals word hello, which is also found on Joker
1983 Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 29) 562
John Riggs Count on Me gag, counting fingers, rubber hand
1986 The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 14) 239
Michael Weber To Feed Many food (grapes, nuts or the like) placed in bowls, even though some are eaten the amount stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)
Also published here 1990 [1990 Notes] 4
Michael Weber To Feed Many food (grapes, nuts or the like) placed in bowls, even though some are eaten the amount stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)
VariationsAlso published here 1991 Life Savers 103
Karl Fulves New Year's Evil "Dot Com - Tricks and stunts with numbers"
calculation stunt/gag with 1998 and 666
1997 The Fine Print (Issue 6) 164
Gary Plants Casino Royal coins in square layout, coins are added, yet number remains same, mathematical principle (edge counting)
2004 Lecture Notes — The Second Super Session 33