HORSE AND HUSBAND! MEDICAL JOKES!! (Post No.6926)

WRITTEN BY  LONDON SWAMINATHAN

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 Date: 24 AUGUST 2019  

British Summer Time uploaded in London – 11-54 am

Post No. 6926

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Landlord is not repairing!

Daniel Webster described in this way his last interview with John Adams:

“While I was with him and conversing on the commo topics of the day, someone a friend of his came in and made particular inquiry of his health. John Adams answered,

I inhabit a weak, frail, decayed tenement; battered by the winds and broken in upon by the storms, and , from all I can learn, the landlord does not intend to repair.”

Xxx

Hypochondriacs

Hypochondriacs should never go to medical lectures. Invariable they become afflicted with symptoms of any disease they hear about. One such man, having returned from a lecture on diseases of  the kidney immediately called upon his doctor.

The doctor attempted to explain that in that particular disease there were no pains or discomfort of any kind.

“I knew it”, gasped the hypochondriac, “my symptoms exactly”.

Xxx

Horse must be safe!

Now be sure, the farmer’s wife cautioned the druggist “to label them bottles plain; which one is for the horse and which one is for my husband. I don’t want nothing to happen to that horse before Spring plowing!”

Xxx

Brandy treatment!

A man having hurt his forehead, was advised to rub it with brandy, some days later, being asked how if he had done so, he answered,

“I have tried several times, but can never get the glass higher than my mouth”.

xxx

When one of Dr Chapman’s patients revolted at a monstrous dose of medicines and said:

Why, doctor, you don’t mean such a dose as this for this gentleman?

The doctor replied: “Oh No, but for working’ men”

Xxx  subham xxxx

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