Monday, I was in buidling B at Missouri Baptist when a woman in the hall turned to me and asked, "Do you know how to get to the fifth floor of building B?"
"I don't think there is a fifth floor."
"They told me to go to Building B, Suite 550. The Endoscopy Suite."
"Ohh! Suite 550 is in Building D, not B. I'm going there tomorrow." And how lucky are you, lady, to randomly ask me, the person who scheduled back-to-back his-and-hers colonoscopies in Suite 550?
So, Tuesday was Gary's turn to have his colonoscopy. He suffered greatly during the prep, much worse than I did. The guilt caused me to have sympathy diarrhea a few hours in.
He felt my Pro Tips were useless. I also told him about AnneP's Desitin tip, and he argued about that too. The next morning he woke me up to tell me his ass was chapped. Welcome to my world, AnneP.
The best part was that when the time came, when he was wheeled in, when he was ready for his close-up Mr. DeMille, they went for his butt and found he had left his underwear on.
Reportedly, they said, "This will not do."
It was his red underwear too. He took it off, they went in deep and found two polyps. They both look angelic to me.
Lol. You're so funny.
Posted by: Lena McGill | January 16, 2013 at 06:32 PM
Gary's powers of denial astound me. I think they should be considered a Superpower, except I can't think how they'd be used for good. Also, "Denial Man" sounds like a superhero with a cape, and as we all know, there should be No Capes. (If you need an explanation of that remark, which somehow I can't imagine you do but then again, I never am sure, just ask, and I will point you to the proper spots in IMDB.com and YouTube)
Posted by: Murphy Jacobs | January 17, 2013 at 01:47 PM
Lena McGill- Gary's funny, I report, you decide.
Murphy Jacobs - I have no idea what "No capes" means. At all.
Posted by: TheQueen | January 17, 2013 at 11:04 PM