- I'm a lucky chap.
I want to be offended, but I’m laughing too hard 😆
A mate once said that she was lying on the couch, legs spread, nurse ready to “do” when male a doc rushed in to grab something, was like “sorry, ignore me” grabbed whatever it was and rushed out again!! . My mate said we looked looked at each other and burst out laughing. What else could you do!!
They had a sign to hang on the door next time!!Posted 4 years agonicko74Member
she was lying on the couch, legs spread, nurse ready to “do” when male a doc rushed in to grab something, was like “sorry, ignore me”
Something about this makes it sound less like a medical thing than a, er… fun thing.Posted 4 years ago
I’m sure I’ve learned from TV that the patient isn’t on a couch, for starters…TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTRSubscriber
I can pretty much handle medical examinations from either sex – it’s a job and they’ve seen many (worse) before.
However, had to laugh when my wife was in labour and midwifes changed shift – enter her old school friend (female) to administer internal examination.
I wasn’t allowed to watch 🙁Posted 4 years agogofasterstripesSubscriber
…Ooooh dear. Nice with breakfast 🙂
I dunno man, if she wasn’t offended, I don’t see the harm. And if you’re online identity isn’t join-the-dottable to her[or your] real one then you’re probably in the clear, IMHO.
*But then I giggled for 15 minutes non-stop in a lecture** on Monday for no reason at all so hard my face went red, eyes too. I had tears rolling down my cheeks and developed a headache that lasted for a day and a half. So what do I know?
**Six Sigma for Business Excellence – I know, right?Posted 4 years ago
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