Monday, February 20, 2012

Goin' To See My Doctor This Afternoon


I think you know what that means

28 comments:

  1. What kind of doctor? Don't get a facelift. It's not worth it!!

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  2. we call those the " over 40 sir ? " gloves.
    no eye contact please doctor, we`ve only just met.

    good luck by the way.

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  3. Ooooooooooooh free Lollipop!!! And if you are really REALLY good -> a Gold star on your booboo!! hehehe I crack me up!! What? Not a good time for the word crack?

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  4. Just remember you don't have to exchange a treat for that lollipop. Meaning when the doc says bend over, not chocolate kisses for the doc..lol

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  5. you're going to the doctor and you & he are going to put those gloves on your heads and blow them up to look like rooster combs? bonding time for the two of you.

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  6. Hahhaha...good luck with that.

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  7. @Gorilla: Neither am I airtight.
    @Nellie: Naw, he's a General Practitioner. Who this afternoon specializes in "butt."
    @crowbloke: And don't put both your hands on my shoulders, either.
    @Matthew: I keep telling myself, "It's good for me, it's good for me, it's good for me." And "So THIS is why I don't want to go to prison. Or camp with anyone named Elton."
    @Marlia: The dude better NOT be touching my booboo.
    @Pat: I was planning on using my butt as some sort of Gatling Gun.
    @Sherilin: Hopefully, BEFORE he examines me.
    @Gia: I'm going to fret about it all day.
    @Bersercules: BA DUM BUM. And I DO mean BUM.

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  8. EeeeeeK, remember to bring some lube with you..!

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  9. Let us know if he finds anything (up there)! Good luck!!

    BTW - you've been tagged. I hope you choose to participate.
    http://nancysthompson.blogspot.com/2012/02/really-you-wanna-know-that.html

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  10. "Bend over and cough"? I'd always like one to switch it up and say sneeze.

    Good luck.

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  11. Just hope he doesn't ask for cuddles afterwards

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  12. I'll smile all afternoon, thinking of you.

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  13. Hope you had a good Uranus joke for your doc.

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  14. Tell Dr. Jellyfinger I say hello.

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  15. Hey there Penwasser !!!

    Hopefully there will be an epic post to update us on what happened ?
    Meanwhile I'm off for a backwards catch up, yet another blog I've not read for aaaaages.

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  16. @Shrinky: The deed is done. Never goin' to prison, never goin' to prison, never goin' to prison......
    @Nancy: We've found Jimmy Hoffa!!!
    @Shockgrubz: "Knees up to your chest and relax." Oh...yeah...right.
    @Adams: Cuddles was on his own. Screw him.
    @Eva: Frankly, I'd laugh.
    @dbs: Strangely, my mind wasn't concentrating on humor. Because, if it was, I would have blown my nose when he tossed me the box of tissues. I felt so...cheap.
    @Mary A.: That wasn't jelly.
    @Dirty: Should be a couple of posts. I'll be writing them this weekend. Meanwhile, I have a couple of "quickie" posts on Wednesday and Friday (LOVE that 'delayed post' feature!). How was your holiday?

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  17. This is one of those rare occasions were I get to wish you small things.

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  18. Or none at all. The beautiful is that the doctor didn't say, "Uh, oh."
    Or lose his watch.

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  19. Had my first one last November. Day before Thanksgiving actually.

    I was clean as a whistle.

    It's one of those necessary evils. You should go for an "annual" like us ladies have to go to.
    Or a breast exam. Now THERE'S some real fun for ya!

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  20. Did he at least buy you lunch?
    My old doctor looked like Andre the Giant...

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  21. @Lydia: It went as well as could be expected. I kept telling myself it was for my own good. But, I remember the good old days when I thought having to give blood was uncomfortable.
    @ryoko: That's no whistle either one of us would care to blow. I'm careful to complain about this to women. Mrs. Penwasser says, "When your doctor can carry you around like a six-pack, then you can come crying to me."
    @Pat: No, but at least he gave me his number.

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  22. I saw that picture and I knew what was going on. Bend over Al!

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  23. I'm glad it went well! Were you awake, or did he put you to sleep, because you were giving him a headache? I stay awake for mine, and apologize through most of it. Julie

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  24. @Anne: That's a lot like my experience. I saw that glove and knew what was GOING to happen.
    @Julie: Sadly, I was wide wide wide the frik awake.

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