dr. botox

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dr. botox

Postby daydreamer11 » Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:49 am

I haven't had a neurologist in a while so my gp recommended one to me. My gp knew I was into the more natural approach and definitely approved with it, so I trusted her recommendation.

My new neurologist walked in the room and the first thing I noticed was her obviously botoxed face, in addition to a deep spray tan and slathered on make up. I thought to myself, how she was going a little crazy with the botox neuros have access to, but then I thought don't judge maybe she's not just shallow and insecure, maybe she's still a good doctor. She asked me how I was doing, as she looked at me with her expressionless face. Immediately after I started talking she looked in the mirror and started primping her hair and her make up. I thought is this doctor for real, l as I held back my laughter.

In a way it's not really funny, but in a way it's ridiculously hilarious!
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Re: dr. botox

Postby lyndacarol » Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:44 am

daydreamer – Unless you need a neurologist RIGHT NOW, I think you are right to keep looking. Or perhaps your GP is willing to work with you as needed?

How in the world did you keep from laughing when you saw the new neurologist?!! You must have wonderful self control.
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Re: dr. botox

Postby daydreamer11 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:30 pm

It took some restraint. :lol:
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