Just what the title says...what you expect something else?
Historically, "the rabbit died" was a way for a woman to indicate pregnancy. Maybe your patient thought she needed to supply her own rabbit for a pregnancy test?LOL
weird!! What was she thinking?? Or was she going somewhere afterward with her rabbit??
I once had a woman bring a robin in a cage to her appointment with her. She "rescued" it, and was furious with me because I told her she wasn't permitted in with it. She wound up leaving it outside the front door.
one makes you larger and one makes you small, and the one er's mother gives you.... was her name alice? and how tall is she?
Is Dr. Grumpy referring patients to you?
Yeah, that sounds like mine. I've had a zoo of pets at one time or another. Dogs, cats, birds, snakes, and 1 monkey that people brought in.And 3 kinds of rodents, including rabbits.The dogs have been both helper and non-helper pets.
I once took my rat to the GP office. I just needed to get my file, and was heading to the vet with the rat. He sat in an old handbag like a chihauha and nobody ever saw him.
Would you bring a RABBIT to your GYN appointment?If you ever write your memoirs, this needs to be the title.
What type of rabbit?? Is n't there a vibrator called a rabbit? May be they got it stuck? Or may be the patient did not how to use if was that type of rabbit lol?
Good point, Helen. Maybe she meant that kind of rabbit.But for a truly presidential marital aide, there's this.
@Anon730Hey, you copied my BFF when I texted her this. ;)And folks, get your minds out of the gutter...it was a living breathing rabbit she literally pulled out of her coat. (although later I made some crack about beavers coming to the office but never a rabbit...) I felt like I was entering Grumpy's world there for a moment. ;)
Trying to take a lesson from the rabbits-- 'copulating like rabbits' and such?
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