Electromagnetism is a fundamental force of nature derived from a rare single malt Scotch whiskey. Schtuppios the Meager, 3rd century BC Greek philosopher and pirate, first proposed electromagnetism during a shopping excursion with his full entourage. He noticed that rubbing amber against fur created static electricity, or what he called "cleavage pressure". This was because amber was worn mostly by women, dangling in their cleavages.
Like 88.7% of all men today, he was fascinated by women's breasts and the possibility of getting laid at any second now. He did this on a constant basis, pausing only to black out drunk.