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A strained voice called out through the darkened
theater, "Please, is there a doctor in the house?!"
Several men stood up as the lights came on.
An older lady pulled her daughter to stand next to her,
"Good, are any of you doctors single and interested in
a date with a good, Jewish girl?"
Not even funny. My neighborhood has a huge jewish population. When old ladies find out i'm jewish and in college for nursing, they try to pawn off their granddaughters.
I was seriously on an ambulance call treating an older woman who fell in her kitchen. She got wind that i was jewish when the driver called me by my last name. She started going through her purse pulling out pictures of her granddaughters.
This happens to me alot for some reason. I was helping my dad out at work (he's a business systems programmer) and this particular client of his makes cheap jewlery for chain stores. I was helping him se up a PC for one of the executives. The packaging room is filled with whatever culture just jumped off the last boat (changes constantly) and one of these old asian men who works in the packaging room comes up to me when i went to get a drink from the vending machine around lunch time. In a strong accent he asks "Are you new here?"
"No, i'm just setting up a computer for my father, he does the computer stuff here"
"Are you too in computers"
"no, i'm in the medical feild"
"Ah, let me show you my three daughters!"
Sorry man I didn't know;P ^4 ^3
Well you jsut have to complete the sentence "im in the medical field, as the TEST SUBJECT of a new promising experimental drug" choose a drug like a substitute for viagra (no dad wants to think of you porking daughter until after the vows) or to treat some hideous social disease, just a thought but its a matter of how fast off the cuff you answer.
Hell I convinced one dud that my law enforcement job was me actually conforming to the conditions of my commmunity service release from prison ;) . Oh what fun you can have.
Anyways most of them where I work. :)
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