Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Morphine Drip, Please

I was at the hospital today for some appointments and the most painful part of my visit was having to watch both Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus on Good Morning America on every friggin' television in all three of my waiting rooms. There should be protection from such travesties under the Patient Bill of Rights.

7 comments:

keysunset said...

O.K., you F'er. You can't just drop in and say "I was at the hospital ..." and not give us the skinny on what went down.

You know we are all such nosy fellows.

I think televisions shouldn't even be allowed in waiting rooms. What's wrong with people reading a book, or even a stale magazine while they wait ... I've been catching up lately on celebrity gossip in People magazines myself.

del said...

I think they put such things on the tvs in the waiting rooms to separate the truly sick from the malingerers.

Nothing will clear a room faster than Miley Cyrus (unless you are a tween).

inspirational panties said...

hope you don't come down with an incurable case of perky. we'd have to put you down, you know...

keysunset said...

IP, "incurable case of perky", ROTFLMAO ...

HR said...

I think what key was trying to say is, "Hey F'er that post was ass. Maybe you could say when you're expecting the results from whatever test you had..."

f'er said...

key already gets a copy of all labs and reports sent directly to her.

it was just my quarterly round of CT scans.

i start getting withdrawal symptoms if they don't pump me full of contrast dye and radiation every so often.

and unless you're talking about my nipples, perky is not usually used to describe me.

keysunset said...

key already gets a copy of all labs and reports sent directly to her. That's only so's I can reassure Crystal on the status of your health when she calls the Leper Pop desk.

i start getting withdrawal symptoms if they don't pump me full of contrast dye and radiation every so often. And you gotta keep up that "glow" that everyone loves about you.