But see me during office hours…
Photo courtesy of Carolina Hardman.
Found in Tokyo, Japan.
Speech therapy ?
Take 2 croissants and call me in the morning.
Dr. Lovely may want to get a second opinion on his wardrobe.
And wears a dress that doesn’t make sense.
Cafe practise. Strange for a Dr.
Sweet Dr Lovely can feel my pulse any place, anytime.
@ RC 4:16 am: You never heard there are female doctors? 😕
@DnT 0505. Yup. They wear trousers and a blouse.
Yeah I heard…as they say: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but if the doctor is cute, forget the fruit.
He wore an itsy bitsy, loosely fitting,
Black and white, polka dotted dirndl.
The good doctor may practise in his practice, for all he is worth. However his patients may run out of patience.
PS. Especially if he is practising the bagpipes.
While I am on about bagpipes . 3/4 of my ancestors are Scots.
Q; What is a minor fifth?
A; Two bagpipe players playing in unison.
Q. How do you get two bagpipe players to play in unison?
A. Shoot one.
Q: What is the difference between good bagpipe music and bad bagpipe music?
A: About ten kilometers. (six miles)
Land of inclement weather, land of the prickly heather,
Please keep your knees together , Scotland the Brave.
For it sure must be gruesome, with a blue frozen twosome,
Wearing a kilt is the cold highland air. (anon)
EDIT: is = in
Nurse: DOCTOR! Get your finger out of there, and stop playing around.
Doctor: It’s not my finger, and I am not playing around.
Should have had that skirt vaccinated. Too late now, it’s covered in spots!
Looks like Minnie Mouse designed that outfit.
@FB 0645 Thanks mate. I was wondering what it reminded me of.
Gee whillikers Ken, Minnie has lost her skirt. Yes Annette. I think a mickey mouse had a hand in this.
Who’s the leader of the club,
That’s made for you and me,
IT’S THE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB!
I think that club, and song, bent the brains of lot of kids of my generation.
I am 75yo, and I have not yet managed to expunge that song from my memory. Roll on Alzheimer’s – it would be a blessed relief, to forget that I had ever heard that song.
Come to think of it. We must have originally listened to it on the old Kreisler Radio, along with Jason and the Argonauts.
Or should i say Die Kreisler radioempfänger.
Edit; I meant radio receiver (singular)
Der Kreisler Radioempfänger.
Dad had a Kriesler “Beehive” model. We rigged a thirty foot high aerial from one fence-line to the other. On shortwave, we could pick up broadcasts from all over the world.
Starbucks uniform, if it was founded in Utah, 1958.
@Marum 0759: Mit Röhren und Hochspannungen? Wunderbar!
@DnT. I assume you mean Thermionic high-voltage. (As in Thermionic Valves) That set had four of them There was a benefit though. One could keep one’s hands — wonderfully – warm in winter, by placing them on the “Bakelite” case. BTW. If you know of anyone who is selling one, (the beehive model) in working order, I might be interested in buying it – if the price is not too high. Pure nostalgia for me. I have fond memories of the little receiver. They had one major problem. We lived at the Gold Coast, so the salt used to build… Read more »
I get it. You meant High-voltage tubes. (as in valves) Being an (EX) engineer in elrctronics I immediately thought of the meaning “thermionic”.
@Marum 0147: Excuse my German, mate. It was supposed to be “with tubes and high voltages”.
I used Google translate, so it may be un-gramatical. IMO, it’s a great language for technical descriptions, though.
I wasn’t aware of the beehive radio, had to google it to see what it looked like. My parents had a little Philips radio from about the same era.