In My Hospital Room & Nothing About DR. POISON Is Comforting!
Thursday November 14th 2013, 1:58 pm
Filed under: Health (Not Cancer), Who Knows?

I was just shown to my room. This was on the first table I saw:


I don’t know that doctor! In fact, I’ve never met anyone named Dr. Poison before! This is feeling more and more like an undercovery spy op by the second! I believe that, according to those papers, this doctor, Dr. Poison, is the epileptologist who will be watching my every move (including those made inside my BRAIN!) during my stay in the hospital.

Granted, “poisson” means “fish” in French, but: A) the person who wrote the doctor’s name down could just be very bad at spelling, OR B) thhe persson whho wroote thhe docctor’s namme dowwn coulld bbe usinng somme sorrt off verry clevver codde tto hidde Dr. Poison’s trrue identitty, OR C) the epileptologist that will be overseeing the overseeing of me could be a French fish.

It’s definitely one of those three things.

I haven’t actually spoken to anyone other than the SEEMINGLY very nice person that showed me to my room.

More information as it becomes available and/or I make it up.


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Hmm…sounds fishy to me. My money is on the french fish. It stands to reason that fish have medical schools doesn’t it? Keep us posted, even if you have to make it up. This story is gold! Goldfish! Yeah, you’re right that was too much but hey, if you get through this paragraph you’ll have no problem getting through this hospital stay too. You have the patience! I’m glad they got you checked in and I hope this round of EEG gives them better information. Hang in there, Reid!

Comment by Krista Harris 11.14.13 @ 3:43 pm

If he is wearing a name tag that says drink me then don’t unless you want to shrink… or possibly need a shrink.

Comment by Aaron 11.14.13 @ 4:43 pm

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