Aspirin goes a long way back. I read in the Bible the other day that Moses took two tablets.

I bought a book about centipedes. It was mostly footnotes.

Did I tell you about the Hollywood chicken?
It crossed the road to see Gregory Peck.

Then there was the seamstress who lost her cat. She let it out.

Is a sleeping bag a nap sack?

If you cross a chicken with a cow will you get roost beef?

Finally, there was the clumsy bee who came down with a cold. As determined as ever, however, the bee gathered its pollen, only to drop it time and time again, so it had to visit quite a few flowers before it was able to hold on to the pollen.  Sadly, though, it spread its illness to every single flower. That became known as the blight of the fumble bee.