Thursday, January 6, 2011

OH BOY! It's time for my pap smear!

Dear Medical Supply Catalog,

While I understand that attractive, Prozac-overdosed models may sell merchandise effectively, you should know that, in reality, NOBODY looks this happy about having to put on an exam gown.




Yours truly,

Ibee Grumpy, M.D.

18 comments:

Barb said...

It is better than the paper shirt and paper sheet I get to wear.

Christine said...

I like the close up of the pattern, because, really, that's what sells gowns. I also like the one size fits "most" comment.

Anonymous said...

and no-one want to wear polycotton...

Anonymous said...

Grumpy, she is not happy about wearing the gown, she is happy that she was let out of accounts receivable for the day to jump into the exciting world of print media modeling. Most anyone would be happy under those conditions. Yes???

Crazed Nitwit said...

If she looks that good she would never consider wearing a gown NOT made by Prada!

Rachel said...

I think she is happy because they let her keep her bra on under the gown! I hate those huge gowns and then having to go braless is just horrible for me. it may not seem like a frequent occasion for most but i have a heart issue that means lots of ekgs..

Anonymous said...

I love the softness of an old hospital gown. If I could get a more modest garment (a pull over night shirt) made of that material, I'd love it for home use. (I'm usually much too warm here in Florida).

Anonymous said...

You don't get it. If you buy their gowns, all your patients will be happy, beautiful, young, smiling and healthy!! Oh please, buy their gowns!

Polly said...

What you don't realize is that the gown is actually a poly/cotton/valium blend....

Jon said...

I get to wear one when I go in for my annual with Dr. Ben Dover.

Crazed Nitwit said...

LMAO at Polly's comment! I need one of those for work then!

Anonymous said...

Amen Dr. Grumpy... NO ONE is that happy about the annual "spread 'em" exam.

Anonymous said...

Even with a bra, the girls are strangely close and pointy. Lemons? (Or just sour grapes?)

The Mother said...

I think she's happy because she isn't wearing one of the blue paper non-cover-alls we have in our office.

randompawses said...

One size fits most - ha! Reminds me of what Buddy Hackett once said about one-size-fits-all hospital gowns: "It fits my all, but my a*ss hangs out...."

C said...

Paper Gowns are not Eco friendly The Mother-the folks here in Oregon would have your hide!

I have a friend who looks good in a paper bag-it's tough trying to get a free cup of coffee when I go out with her. I don't even ask for booze and I get the shaft. :(

Birthdncr said...

Hmmm. It could be that the catalog is going for an "I finally convinced my husband that Dr. & Patient role play is a good idea" look?

Andy said...

my patients never look that happy. i need my ER to order those gowns NOW.

 
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