A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from November 08, 2016
“What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?"/"A cell-ist.”

An orchestra riddle about a cellist is:

Q: What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
A: A cell-ist.


The joke was posted to Twitter on May 17, 2014.


Twitter
Leah Ran
‏@leahaelr
What do you call a biology teacher that plays the cello?
A cell-ist.
7:23 PM - 5 May 2014

Twitter
megs ☀️
‏@njhftmorrell
@Michael5SOS What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
A cell-ist!
8:12 PM - 17 May 2014

Twitter
emme
‏@EM__CIS
What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
10:38 AM - 21 May 2014

Twitter
WSE Stiglmaierplatz
‏@WSEMunich2
It’s bad jokes Thursday!
What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
A cell-ist!
What do you call a can… http://fb.me/2X7C1dpvt
7:56 AM - 22 May 2014

Bad Science Jokes
What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
A cell-ist.
Jun 6th, 2014

Fun To Be Bad
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Really Bad One-liners
(...)
What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
A cell-ist!
Posted by The Genie at 2:44 PM

Google Books
Bad Science Jokes:
Jokes for Alkynes of Scientists

By Melissa Miller
Lulu Publishing (Lulu.com)
2016
Pg. 100:
What do you call a microbiologist in an orchestra?
A cell-ist. 

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityMusic/Dance/Theatre/Film • Tuesday, November 08, 2016 • Permalink