News, but not the serious kind
Can I have a beer first, Doctor?
Blog Guy, I have a medical question. I’m a woman considering getting breast implants. Where can I go to get a breast exam and a reliable professional opinion on this?
I’d probably just head for a nightclub. There may be a doctor there who can examine you right on the spot.
Excuse me? A nightclub? I’m pretty sure that’s inappropriate. Where in the HELL would you have to live to submit to a breast exam in a BAR?
In Idaho. Just a few days ago, police arrested someone they say posed as a physician and duped women into having their breasts examined by her at Boise-area nightclubs.
No! That’s the single goofiest thing I’ve ever heard in my life, Blog Guy.
It gets goofier. You haven’t asked me yet what name the “doctor” gave to these women.
Oh. Okay, what was the name?
Dr. Berlyn Aussieahshowna.
You can’t be serious. They let a Dr. Berlyn Aussieahshowna examine their breasts in a bar? If Idaho women are that gullible, what’s to stop just anybody from jumping on a plane, flying out there, and “examining” breasts in every bar in town?
Well, it turns out flights to Boise are pretty expensive, and they’re booked through the holidays…. Oops. I mean, yes, you make a very good point.
A stripper, dressed in a wedding veil, performs during the Just Married Party at the “Gagarin” night club in the center of Russia’s Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk in the early hours of October 9, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
Canadian actress Pamela Anderson stands on the deck of a boat before her wedding ceremony aboard a yacht in St Tropez, southern France, July 29, 2006. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard