Happy Friday! Another weekend is at the door. This week, I thought I would keep things simple. One of the simplest organisms I know of is an amoeba. So, here is a little amoeba and microbiology humor for you.
Why did the bacteria fail the math test? He thought multiplication was the same as division.
What is the only thing worse than a mecium? A paramecium.
What is the definition of paramecium? Two Latin mice.
Why do bacteria like nitrates so much? They’re cheaper than day rates.
How do amoebas stay in touch? With cell phones.
Did you know that imprisoned amoeba are only allowed a single cell?
Did you know that at the National Institutes of Health Offices, the sign on the door of the microbiology lab reads “STAPH ONLY”?
Old microbiologists never die. They just get put out to Pasteur
Knock, knock! Who’s there? Amoeba Amoeba who? Amoeba dumb, but I’m not crazy!
Thought for the Week
I never make stupid mistakes. Only very, very clever ones. ~John Peel