Bad Jokes

An overheard conversation:

“Can I tell you about this patient?”

“Sure, what’s the chief complaint?”

“Well, they’re coming in because they were struck on the side of the face by a clock that fell from a bookcase above them.” A short pause. “Yes, that’s correct, this patient got clocked.”

Good times.

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