Wednesday, September 1, 2010

History FAIL!

"I had my kids way back, in the 1970's. They were complicated births, because they hadn't invented the C-section yet."

13 comments:

The Mother said...

Hey! A post right up my alley!

C-sections were invented in the primordial ooze. They just didn't produce living women until the 1870s.

So, she was off by a century. Obviously just a tad addled. Like so many of your patients.

Astro & Mitzie said...

The stork must have brought them.

Eileen said...

No - found under the gooseberry bush...

Moose said...

Back then they did B sections. A sections were outdated by then.

Kyla said...

Do all doctors have such "special" patients or is Dr. Grumpy especially blessed with such entertaining folks?

lbparker said...

Moose wins the thread. :-)

Hermione said...

I'm waiting for the D-sections... -.-

Dana said...

My father was delivered by C-section in 1947. Yeah, they didn't have them in the 1970s.

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

Then, in 1981, they rewrote "Macbeth" and introduced a new character called "Macduff." This later inspired George Lucas.

vicki said...

oh my gosh ... maybe it was in a 3rd world country by midwife only and there were no c sections offered
let's give her a break
oh, yea, she's dr grumpy's patient, so she's driving him nuts now

Don said...

Am I the only one who thinks it strange that this woman thinks c-sections are less complicated than natural childbirth?

Who cares that she doesn't know when they were invented.

LordSomber said...

What would Caesar's mother have done?

Anonymous said...

render unto caesar that which is caesars. hail caesar.

 
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