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Top Ten Real Reasons You Took that Medical Terminology Class
(submitted by thisiscrapgrar)
So you can understand what the guy is saying at the end of the Cialis commercials
To bolster your "Dr. Love" persona in singles bars.
You can argue in court that your catcalls are protected by doctor-patient privilege.
Saying you got lacerations and sub dermal hematoma whuile playing football is a lot better than saying you got a scratch and a bruise.
(The Incognito Penguin)
You kept getting mocked for using "borborygmus" incorrectly in conversation.
To hang out with the hot nursing students. But your plan backfired when they all signed up for Kinesiology, to hang out with the PE majors.
You always had trouble spelling diarrhea on those fake sick notes from your parents when you were in high school.
You always wondered the proper pronunciation of esophagus, but were afraid to ask.
So you can compare your doctor's diagnosis to the ouija Board
(IOIO to work IGO)
It's tough being a hypocondriac when you don't know what the diagnoses WebMD gives you mean.
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