My wife has a therapist at the V.A. I was complaining of pain and she went and told on me. That's right she TOLD on me.
Anyway, so I end up in Urgent Care at the V.A. Now, for those of you who have never been to a V.A hospital I will try to describe it a tad. Keep in mind, all are different and I can only tell you what the one is like near me.
So, in the V.A, it is filled with old men, nurses, and a handful of us younger veterans. I think there is something that kind of gets me about being surrounded by all those shuffling old men. I just want to screw around the minute I get in there. I don't know why exactly, but I think it's just this feeling that everyone is so dreary, and I desperately don't want the place to bring me down.
As I get admitted to Urgent Care (because my wife is making me) I get introduced to this very young, "Handsome", male doctor. I'm not into men but I feel this is the best description. After I go over my health issues, which my wife is chiming in on, the doc says "I would like to check your prostate."
I'm of the mind set that whatever I have to do to help me feel better is fine, so I start to loosen my belt. The doctor then says "I know you younger men don't like to do this." At which point I reply "It's fine with me, but I warn you I had chilly last night." Then I promptly drop my pants.
My wife laughed for like ten minutes. There is something about making a young doctor stutter and stammer while giving you a rectal exam that is a little funny.
After he finished, my wife looks to the doctor with a mischievous twinkle in her eye and pipes up. "So when can I have sex with my husband again?"
Our doc had almost gained his composure, but not quite. I think he wasn't expecting that, and to be honest, I wasn't either. I held in my smile.
The doc says "Well, it's up to you, Connor, but right now if you want."
My wife says without missing a beat. "We cant right now.... you're in the room."
The look on the doctor's face was priceless. Yeah, if you get a chance to tease a doctor it's kind of fun. I am fairly sure that even once I'm an old man, I will still want to joke with those hardworking nurses and doctors at the V.A. I appreciate them. Truly, I do.
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