A doctor in Dublin wanted to get off work and go fishing, so he approached his assistant.
“Murphy, I am going fishing tomorrow and don't want to close the clinic. I want you to take care of all me patients.”
“Yes, sir!” answers Murphy.
The doctor goes fishing and returns the following day and asks:
“So, Murphy, how was your day?”
Murphy told him that he took care of three patients.
“The first one had a headache so he did, so I gave him Paracetamol.”
“Bravo Murphy lad, and the second one?” asks the doctor.
“The second one had indigestion and I gave him Gaviscon, so I did sir” says Murphy.
“ Well done, you're good at this and what about the third one?” asks the doctor.
“Sir, I was sitting here and suddenly the door flies open and a young gorgeous woman borsts in so she does. Like a bolt outta the blue, she tears off her clothes, taking off everyting including her bra and her panties and lies down on the table, spreading her legs and shouts: “help me for the love of St Patrick! For five years I have not seen any man!”
“Tunderin' lard Jesus Murphy, what did you do?” asks the doctor.
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Wow superb, I can brush up on my mother tongue it has been so long since I read either the Oxford or Cambridge dictionarys or is that plural dictionaries, that I have completely forgotten how to speak English :oops:
Not been here that long but still here and on another half dozen expats forums, because of my constant work travelling it is not often that I am at home.
The fora fill in time when I am not doing much else. Some though have that much content and postings that it's not possible to read everything.
Have recently become a bit of a fora anorak
Got back yesterday morning and am at home for most of the next three weeks, that means lots of catching up to do here in France. Taking a three day two night visit to the UK next week to see some old mates there.