Ear wax

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Ear wax was discovered in 1847 by Sir Robert Wax. During a game of darts, Sir Robert inadvertently struck his opponent, who died shortly thereafter, in the ear. After retrieving his lucky dart, he found it covered with a yellow, sticky, and viscous substance. Sir Robert, having a fondness for viscous substances, decided to make it his life's work to study this substance which he would later name "Ear wax" after himself.


Ear wax has many uses, one of the more common ones is as a substitute for eggs when baking. See the recipe below for a delicious ear wax cake:

Theoretical Origins[edit]

The theoretical origins of ear wax are still a mystery, although many leading scientists believe that it may be the waste of a small parasite inhabiting the brain cavity.