“Doctor, you’ve got to help me – I just can’t stop my hands from shaking!”
“Do you drink a lot of coffee?”
“Not really – I spill most of it!”
While making his hospital rounds, a doctor points out an X-ray to a group of medical students in Dublin Hospital.
“As you can see,” she says, pointing to a patient, “the patient limps because his left fibula and tibia are radically arched.
Patrick, what would you do in a case like this?”
“Well,” ponders Patrick, “I suppose I’d limp too.
A man goes to the podiatrist with a swollen foot.
After a careful examination, the doctor hands the man a pill that looks big enough to choke a horse.
“I will be right back with some water,” the doctor tells him.
The doctor has been gone a while, and the man is losing his patience.
He hobbles outside to the drinking fountain, forces the pill down his throat, and gobbles down water until the pill clears his throat.
He then hobbles back into the examining room.
Just then the doctor comes back with a bucket of warm water.
“Ok, after the tablet dissolves, soak that foot for about 20 minutes.”