In the early days of radio and TV, Edgar Bergen (yes, Candace's dad) had a ventriloquist act which featured a dummy named Mortimer Snerd. Mortimer was pretty dumb, and most of the time when something was explained to him, he'd shake his head and say "Who'd have thunk it?"
You might also be familiar with another of Mortimer's inventions - the word "DUH!"
"Thunk" is not proper English at all. It is used either humorously or ignorantly. The word is "thought." Thunk is a sound made by a falling or thrown object when it hits something, similar to thud. A thunk in computer science or computer programming refers to a hidden activity occurring when passing possibly incompatible parameters to a subroutine.
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