If you prefer sweatpants to sweating, TV time to Tabata training, and crunching on chips to performing actual crunches, you, me, and this person coming out of anesthesia have more in common than you’d think.
While it may be harder for many of us to accept, this patient could be completely honest about their soft bod, with the help of a little anesthesia, of course.
Watch any cheesy '80s movie and you'll find thousands of scenarios involving nurses and their infatuated patients. Turns out, plenty of patients make no distinction between fantasy and reality and occasionally cross lines.
Like this guy, who seemed to lose all his inhibition and propose to his nurse while she was working, which went on to become a joke on their ward.
Just One Problem
As with most things on our list, pretending you're a doctor or nurse can be as simple as waking up from surgery, and being more delirious than the patient recovering next to you.
While we all like to pretend we have it together, and give unsolicited advice to complete strangers, at least this one gave good advice while in delirium.
You should understand by this point, however, that having a procedure done can be a little scary for some, if not downright terrifying for others.
Even though this procedure has been around for at least 20 years, and has gained popularity in recent years thanks to outspoken celebrity advocates, it still leaves many people apprehensive.
How to Spell
Spelling can be hard, even after you wake up from surgery. Anyway, the point is: If you've ever had trouble spelling after your wisdom teeth removal, we totally get you.
While this may be cause for concern for any literate adult, we're sure he found out what came after D the very next day.