|25 And Archimedes, who invented physics in a bathtub,
26 And rushed out naked to atell everybody about it,
27 And was so embarrassed afterwards that he forgot to name physics after himself,
28 bWhich caused lots of confusion later on.
29 Nor was science the only thing Aristotle invented.
CHAPTER 151 cFor example, Aristotle also invented tragedy,
2 Causing dSophocles,
3 Who wrote about eOedipus,
4 fThe ape who killed his father and married his gmother,
5 hAnd felt a lot of guilt and pain about it later,
6 Proving that the Greeks were civilized and believed in the Gods,
7 Which we already knew anyway.
8 And Sophocles wasn't the only Greek who wrote plays.
9 There was also iEuripides,
10 And jAristophanes,
11 Who wrote comedies,
12 kWhich the Greeks also invented,
13 And enjoyed tremendously,
14 Since Aristophanes was so funny that we can't understand most of his jokes,
15 And therefore have to accept them on faith,
16 Which comes down to us from the Greeks,
17 lAnd other tribes,
18 mAs the most important pillar of civilization,
19 And explains why the Greeks wrote so many comedies.
||CHAPTER 161 For example, there was a blind Greek named nHomer,
2 Who wrote comedies called the Iliad and the Odyssey,
3 Which were about a very funny war between the Greeks and the Trojans.
4 There was almost no end to Homer's jokes.
5 He invented the joke called "Take my wife...please!"
6 Which is why oParis took Menelaus's wife pHelen, all the way back to Troy,
7 qThus starting the Trojan war,
8 rBecause sMenelaus was only kidding,
9 And took an entire army of Greeks with him to help explain this to Paris,
10 Who was a Trojan and ttherefore didn't have much of a sense of humor,
11 Which is why it took the Greeks ten years to win the war,
12 Although they had many funny adventures along the way,
13 uIncluding the adventure of Agamemnon,
14 vWho sacrificed his daughter wIphigenia to the Gods,
15 For luck,
16 xWhich upset Iphigenia's mother yClytemnestra,
17 Who decided to have an affair,
18 And then convinced her zlover to help her kill Agamemnon when he came home,
19 Which was a terribly funny Greek joke,
20 That such a great personage would survive the whole war and then get killed in his bathtub at home,
21 By his wife,