So I went into the doctor today for a routine check-up. Nothing major, but at the end of our friendly visit my doctor took one last look at my chart.
Doctor: Looks like we wanted to give you a tetanus booster shot in 2004, but you said you were current.
Me: I probably was.
Doctor: That was four years ago, are you still current?
Me: How bad is it?
Doctor: Not that bad.
Me: I'm a big baby about needles.
Doctor: A lot of people are.
Me: It's not that bad anymore?
Doctor: No, it's really not that bad.
Me: I think I'm due. I'll do it.
A few minutes later the nurse came in to administer the shot.
Nurse: So what are do you not need as much today?
Nurse: Which arm to you write with?
Me: The right. But I like to use both arms. Every day.
Nurse: Left it is!
Me: The doctor said it wasn't that bad anymore.
Nurse: It isn't.
Me: That should be on the side of the package.
Labels: 2008, health, weird stuff