Friday, March 26, 2010

Do you need a prescription for that?

Dr. Grumpy: "Do you take any other medications?"

Mr. Nike: "Umm... I like jogging."

11 comments:

Da Blog said...

On some of the cycling sites I visit, I've seen serious discussions about whether the poster can get a script for a bike, so insurance will cover it. ummm...

Susan said...

wow, a new med! take a pill and jog without ever taking a step!

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

Maybe that's a code word he uses on the phone with his dealer:

"Hey, man, it's me. Can I have eight miles of jogging?"

"Sure, but the price has gone up. You're gonna have to drop and give me 50 push-ups each."

"Damn, that's a lot of push-ups."

"Times are tough. It's harder and harder to stay fit these days. You want to jog, you gotta do more push-ups."

"All right, see you at the gym in ten."

Anonymous said...

Exercise is like a drug. Those runner's highs are so addicting.

Moose said...

Woo, another member for the non-sequitur society. Our Motto Is: We don't have regular meetings, but isn't blue a nice color?

I'll drop off an application for him right after stir the pot until the noodles are coated.

runaroundaroo said...

Running works as anger management and an anti depressant for me. And it keeps me from needing lipo or the lap band...

It's got to count for something!

Anonymous said...

I run. The endorphins released during a long run does incredible things for all my aches & pain. My stiff shoulders & that irritating dull pain at my lower back would remind me it's time to lace-up & pound the asphalt! Only problem is my knee...

Sue

terri c said...

Well I think "enjoying jogging" might be an indicator for a prescription--it would be for me!

ERP said...

Was your patient Happy Hospitalist?

Anonymous said...

Maybe you mumble. Need a speech eval?

The Redheaded Pharmacist said...

Welcome to my world Dr. Grumpy! LOL.

 
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