A California beauty just shared her story of the Doctor she met from an online dating site. The physician told her he practiced medicine at a prestigious clinic. He drove 60 miles to meet his cyber-date. He handed her his business card confirming that he was indeed a medical doctor. ?He spoke proudly at great length about the facility he provided medical services to.
The Doctor was a bit nervous on his date and kept rambling on and on, until the truth was finally revealed. It turned out that he was in fact a patient at the well-known rehab clinic and not a Doctor at all. He went as far as having business cards printed up that he proudly handed out indicating he was an M.D.
The woman got a bit nervous when she realized that his stories didn’t add up and ended the coffee date quickly after 20 minutes. One wonders what the meaning is behind the term, “practicing medicine” and if this gentleman raises his hand when he hears, “Is there a Dr. in the house?”
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