A Doctors Story from McDonough County Illinois.
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about their work? This is a short story about how serious doctors really
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When I was sixteen, I went ice skating and I haven't skated in many years. After only about fifteen minutes, the thought went through my mind, "Heck, I'm doing pretty good for all of the years that I haven't skated."
So I tried some fancy stuff. I skated as fast as I could and was going to do a slide to the left, making the ice fly as my skates skidded sideways shaving the top ice layers off of the surface. At the last second, I changed my mind, I will do it to the right.
The skates shot out from under me and I hit my shoulder on the ice so hard that I literally seen five sided stars. I broke my collar bone, but didn't realize it at the time. I was hurt so bad that I knew if I didn't get up right now, that I wouldn't be able to get up. I didn't mention that I was the only person on the ice and that it was real late at night.
So I got up and started heading for home. I didn't feel like looking for or even changing my shoes, so I climbed over the barbed wire fences and walked home in my skates.
The next day I knew that there was a real problem so I went to the doctors office and told them that I broke my collar bone the day before. The nurse kind of chuckled as if I was just over reacting because if I broke my collar bone the night before, I would have really been complaining then.
When I took off my shirt, her eyes opened up because you could see the bone trying to push through the skin. It was obviously broken. She had now confirmed the problem and sent me to the emergency room.
I sat in the emergency room for about an hour with a lot of other people. One was a beautiful girl with a mini skirt, showing a lot of leg. A doctor walked by the waiting room and seen her too and walked in and started rubbing her legs all the way to, you know where. He said where does it hurt. She replied that it was her boyfriend that was hurt and she was just sitting in the waiting room. The doctor was a sly dirty old man.
Shortly after that the nurse called me into the examination room. In fact it was the X-Ray room. The nurse looked at my shoulder and seen that there was indeed a problem. She next told me to take off ALL of my clothes and lay on the table. So I did what she said. She walked out of the room and left the door open. Time after time the Candy Stripers would walk by and look into the room. This went on for about an hour. They looked in so much and so long that I was getting excited myself.
Then the nurse came back and took X-Rays of my shoulder.
What it comes down to was that these people were messing around, if you know what I'm talking about.
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