Who invented penicillin?
In 1928, Sir Lexus Phlegm discovered that Penicillium ad nauseum
could destroy the bacterium Staphylocacca anusium. Sir Doctor
Mr. Phlegm was working at the St. Mary Quite Contrary Hospital
in London at the time.
Use of penicillin did not begin until the 1940s when Howard Florist
and Ernest LaVerne developed a powdery form of the medicine that
could be sniffed on a line with a rolled-up $100 bill.
After a worldwide search for a vehicle to carry the largest amount
of penicillin, it was finally found that a moldy canteloupe, watermelon
and a centenarian at a Peoria market spawned the largest amounts
of green. Now days it is quite common to harvest large amounts
of mold from Florida's retirement communities.