Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Earlier this week, I reported that U.S. Special Operations Command was working on an articulated, gyrostabilized "third arm" to help enhance operator's accuracy downrange. Naturally, Task & Purpose readers responded with a barrage of dick jokes.

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Earlier this week, I reported that U.S. Special Operations Command was working on an articulated, gyrostabilized “third arm” to help enhance operator's accuracy downrange.

Naturally, Task & Purpose readers responded with a barrage of dick jokes.

This isn't the first time this has happened: after all, anything called a “third arm” is going to evoke extremely original comments about a “third leg.” It is, however, exactly what I needed on a Friday.

So here's to you, T&P readers: Not all of these jokes are good, but they mostly made me laugh.

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton

Your best (and worst) jokes about SOCOM’s new ‘third arm’ exoskeleton
Jared Keller

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