In 1937, scientist Daniel Bovet created the first antihistamine to combat allergies. Flash forward forty years later, to 1977 - another allergy-related breakthrough: George and Neal create the Ah-Ah-Shoe!, the first antihistamine-laced shoe which they claim minimizes the number of sneezes a person has each week. Since no sane person counts the number of sneezes they have during a particular week, the world just took their word for it, and purchased it in droves.
Note: this is George and Neal's first successful shoe line, after their previous attempts to create a "no-odor" shoe ended in failure. Nothing could combat George's stinky feet. Nothing.
Additional Note: Four separate countries offered to pay the boys buckets of money if they could use the odor in combat, but since George and Neal are against biological warfare, they declined.
Even Additional-lier Note: One nameless cheese company attempted to create a cheese based upon the foot's musky odor, but it was disgusting. (Kind of surprising, really, given how tasty George Juice is.)
Additional-liest Note: The Cheese is currently being sold as "American Cheese." Kinda makes sense, right?
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