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    Thursday, May 31, 2007

    Dr. Quack

    Take Heed !
    This person is NOT a certified medical practitioner.







    I was suss as soon as I rocked up.

    - He made me swallow copious amounts of medicine
    - Numerous unneccessary ( IMO ) injections to the legs ( I can't even remember what my complaint was supposed to be - should I blame the pre-injection beakers of medicine ? )

    My heart seems ok though.
    Bit lecherous he had to keep double-checking it.
    Also, my temperature is 'hot'. ( cue concerned glances. will I need hospitalisation ?! )

    He also used the reflex hammer to check my ears ( fair enough, it looked like one of those ear-things )

    The final insult was not the skin scrape of my legs with the scalpel ( fungal testing ? ) I declined the eye biopsy, but the fact a beaker of pretend water was sploshed into my face at the end of my appt.

    Do Doctors giggle when they do naughty things ?
    This one did.

    And then a helicopter landed on my head.

    Something tells me, i'll be back though.
    Even though I wouldn't recommend him to others ....

    21 comments:

    dancingmorganmouse said...

    Ha, love the goggles.

    Melody said...

    Now h&b, that's hilarious!!! :))))

    joanne said...

    very funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    caw said...

    what a darling chap!

    did he get well enough to eventually eat some jelly snakes? (i read your wee fellow was sick in the following post)

    Fairlie said...

    Looks just like some of those ads for cosmetic surgeons you see around the place. Possibly just as trustworthy...

    Gina said...

    Tee hee. Love the play-by-play. But see, all the good doctors were the necessary eye-gear. And the helicopter - that's his secret remedy of course. This will tickle him one day. Priceless.

    caramaena said...

    Hrmmm... I was considering a doctors visit if my voice doesn't come back soon - not gonna go if they're going to splash me with imaginary water and there's the chance of a helicopter landing on my head!

    heheh - he's just too cute :)

    meggie said...

    Master B will be in big demand!
    Not sure about the hellicopter..

    shannon said...

    hey there- very cute indeed.

    Now, didnt change the design - I made two versions. The one for sale at the moment was printed next to a client job therefore wont be printed again. The other Home, Sweet Home one will be printed next to the Knitters one. Its so if I want to reprint I can and not have a shitload of client fabric that I cant sell because its covered in a logo...

    The birdcage one you are thinking of will be printed in a few weeks.

    glorydaze said...

    My little sister used to follow me around with her doctors bag wanting to bang me with her hammer and shove icy pole sticks down my throat when I was about 12. I couldn't see the funny side back then and found it so irratating, but I am sure our mum got a good laugh.

    Stomper Girl said...

    I think we have those glasses too. But my kids aren't medical geniuses like your boy surely is. Our mobile surgery is lying deserted and broken in the cubbyhouse.

    Love the ear-check with the reflex hammer.

    Wes said...

    Fantastic! I'm going out to buy a Dr's kit for my kids tomorrow. Now if only they could be half as cute!

    carolyn said...

    What fun!

    Damselfly said...

    Hmm. Did he overcharge you? Was his handwriting on his prescription illegible? I may have seen this guy's older brother one time....

    He is so cute! He probably really enjoyed making you "feel better."

    Tracey Petersen said...

    What! No bandaid! All three year old doctors prescribe a bandaid. You were ripped off.

    Anonymous said...

    Oh my gosh - that is the cutest picture ever. :)

    -suburban mom/katherine (i'm too lazy to log in...i have to go to a different page to do it....)

    VictoriaE said...

    By the way - the guy who is after Rachel is a doctor. Went to medschool with her. Uh-huh.

    msdramateacherlady said...

    I love that kind of doctor'n.

    Susan said...

    Heh,heh, heh. Cool Dr Quack.

    My float said...

    Hey, I think he trained at the same institution as my former physio! :)

    Lucky your practitioner is eye candy! No point leaving.

    creative-type dad said...

    I hope he's got good malpractice insurance.
    Giggling during an operation is usually a sign of too much sugar.

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