Thursday, February 11, 2010

Thank you for coming today

Dude, it was so nice of you to drive your Mom to the appointment today. Her seizures are getting better, but she still can't drive. So it's good that she has a devoted 16 year old son like yourself to help. I'm sure you had better things to do with your brand-new driver's license (hell, I was 16 once, too), so I think you're a good kid for doing this.

I don't blame you for hanging out in the lobby during Mom's visit. That's the new 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue out there, and I know it's a hell of a lot more interesting than sitting back here listening to your Mom and I talk about her medications and side effects.

But, ya know, pretty much ALL the office staff, and likely some of the other lobby patients, noticed that you took the issue into the bathroom with you for a few minutes.

You can keep it. I'm serious. Dr. Pissy and I really don't want it back now. Consider it your reward for bringing Mom here today.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you couldn't read it anymore..with all the pages stuck together. Least he didn't use the Sears Catalog like the kid my wife caught at school.

thegooddrlaura said...

Thank you for "coming" in today? Really, Dr. G? Did ya think we wouldn't get it?

Stitch said...

ew. Just... ew.

erichollins said...

Come on, you know what it's like to be 16. You can't walk down the street without getting a spontaneous boner.

CrownedwithVictory said...

ew...wear your exam gloves in the bathroom for the rest of the century!!

Flavius said...

Hehe, it's not the teenager's fault that brushing his dingy against his shorts pops the wood.

Hell, I think any older fellow would be happy to trade places =P

-Flavius

The New Grad said...

So who gets to clean up the mess in the bathroom??? :)

Queen of Crafts, Current Events, and Such. said...

hehehe...kids...

donna said...

OMDG !!! This brings back memories
of my son when Victoris Secret
magazines would disappear before
I even know they were missing! Hear has since graduated in mag
preference! I will never understand. I know the concept but.....

me said...

LMAO!!!

terri c said...

YIKES! But I'm sure he was just reading the articles, right? Assuming there are any.

Mari-Ann said...

I think he just felt the need for a nice, long sit-down bathroom visit but then I decided for one day only, I was going to believe the best of people. Thank God this day is almost over.

HA..the verify word is redne-- and I am in Georgia. Not hard to fill in THOSE missing letters!

Old MD Girl said...

That was funny. Hee. :-)

The Sedama Man said...

At least he was courteous enough to take it to the privacy of the bathroom. What if he were like that woman who left her McDonald's wrappers in your waiting room and expected your staff to clean up after her?

Anonymous said...

Maybe he got confused by the clinical furniture and lighting and thought he was at a sperm donation center?

medrninja said...

I am never touching a waiting room magazine again. Thanks Dr. G. (although considering all the sickies that can usually be found chilling in clinic waiting rooms and the appalling stats on hand washing it's pretty sad that it's taken a story about a horny teenager -seriously, who gets that bored? what an animal!- to make me realize its probably just best to leave the reading material alone.)

sanityisknocking said...

OH MY GOD. hahaha

RxKerBer said...

I'll never forget the day when I was in my mid-20s and it finally dawned on me what my brother was doing when he would take a bath(yes bath) and there would be lots of splashing coming from the bathroom. I think the shower would have been more stealthy. Still makes me laugh.

mommy-medic said...

ROFLMAO!

Anonymous said...

Oh my. Just oh my. Dr. G. Oh my.

CQ, Medical Biller said...

One of many reasons I bring my own reading material to doctor's appointments. Things that make you go buhhhhh!

student dr. blaze said...

see, if parents would just talk to their kids about masturbation, shit like this wouldn't happen. what's the big deal about telling teenage boys that certain acts should only be performed in private at home?! ugh.

Doctor D said...

I thought the availability of the internet had done away with teen boys dependence on swimsuit advertisements.

Cogitator said...

Ha! Yep, I remember being a teenager. I think it was best described by a comedian on British TV... "relentless masturbation" Relentless is a good word in this context. Would I trade places?

Hmmm..... yeah.

Bulrush said...

It's not fun to be a male teen. It's annoying, all those hormones swimmin' around in there making your jeans shrink.

Big 'N Tasty RPH said...

Hahahahahahaha!!!

Jon said...

LOL!!!!!!

 
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