There is a reason why Neuros should not be comedians-Don’t change your appointments

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Hello Peeps, for regular blog readers you know that I am the funny one, who can light up your day with a smile and a bit of light relief.

For people attending ProfGs clinics who don’t want to read this look at the Red

The neuros are the serious ones in grey suits who tell you how it is and dole our the good and bad news and sometimes tell you about their inner sensitive self. I woud say I don’t care that you don’t think there can be a God becuase he/she wouldn’t have invented an anal sphincter (yep ProfG really wrote this:-).

I know the pain of piles can make you do strange things when you are in painful delierium, but that wasn’t a joke. Leave it to the professionals and stick to the day job!

I woke up on April the First to see the headline that ProfG was to Retire. At the tender age of 55, he is off to watch the sunset on the south coast. I thought nice way to find out about the future…a blog post. Maybe he has taken a leaf from President Trump who gives out US foreign policy on Twitter. So after a shit-fit, I chilled and then thought April the First.

Now I am sure that when ProfG gets put out to grass, he has ambitions of sitting in front of the fire in his slippers with the dog lookin gat the sea on the South Coast. I often thought it could be the coast of Australia or South Africa. But after a few months of eating crappy seaside fish and chips…sorry no chips on the ultra low carb diet…. he’ll be dreaming of flying and the hustle and bustle and all those nice restuarants..The colorado beetle will have eaten all his potatoes and his bees will have flown the coupe or been eaten by the birds.

However, he is a dad and his daughters have not quite flown the nest yet. so whilst his secret weekend retreat to mark this important age milestone this weekend may have been to lay the foundation stone on the South Coast Pad, I think it is not just yet.

So why not be a comedian? An April the first Joke. The problem of predicting armageddon, is that some people forget the date and believe that armageddon is upon you. I would say to these people.

PLEASE DO NOT MOVE YOUR APPOINTMENT FORWARD SO THAT YOU GET TO SEE PROFG BEFORE HE RETIRES….HE’S NOT GOING YET… THE JOKE HAS BACKFIRED, HIS PA IS GETTING INUNDATED WITH CALLS AND PROFG IS GOING TO GET EXHAUSTED WITH THE EXTRA CLINICS, WHICH IS GOING TO MAKE HIM WANT TO RETIRE:-).

THIS IS WHY NEUROS SHOULD NOT BE COMEDIANS

Also why not say come back ProfG. It is not you that needs to have a Deed Pole Experience. You don’t need to change your name, you can be happy with your old name that people know and love.!

It is me that needs a Deed Pole Moment , because although you (ProfG) are a actually a drug dealer… these drugs are prescribed…I apparently on the other hand have the same name of a real drug dealer and so can no longer enter or leave countries without being stopped. I miss my taxis waiting at airports because I am held up at borders, I have to wait and bear it whilst the Home Office tells me there is nothing wrong. I have to where a T shirt every time I come into the UK (OK I don’t have to… but I do anyway) saying ” I am not that person……I can get it on a crappy T shirts why can’t you put in on a biometeic chip”.

If you get asked “Have you got anything stuffed” and you hear the snap of the rubber gloves. They are not asking about a Christmas turkey and you know what is coming next!. Now I know that some people will pay good money to get their prostate tickled, I’m not one of those people.

Now that’s a reaon to change your name!

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  • Having just typed in my comment on Alem put on restriction then I for one am glad of this post MD!
    You’ve made me chuckle and enjoy a wry smile at a point I could’ve sat here and cried!
    Enjoy your Sunday – subject to avoiding all airports.

  • Why does / did Prof G have piles? More fibre for Prof G!

    That’s incredible – being strip searched because of your name!! What happens if a person being strip searched has a stomach upset? Or piles? 😳

    • He doesn’t opperation was a success I’m led to believe…but no sitting on cold stones now:-)
      As for the stomach upset I wish…next time I hope to clear my throat if you know what I mean.

  • MD
    You are, quite frankly, the best thing about my recent diagnosis
    You are hilarious. Knowledge and humor in one, who could ask for anything more
    Maybe they know exactly who you are and its a misguided way of getting to know you better?!?!
    Is it possible you have an underground following??

  • I will admit MD, you got me more than any April Fool’s joke in at least a decade and maybe ever. I was so mad when I figured out it was a joke, but I laughed so hard at how well you got me as well. Thanks for the rollercoaster of emotions!

  • … so Prof G isn’t really retiring?…

    I would really like to know. I have my first appointment with Prof G at the end of this month, and if they are retiring I need to be looking for a new neurologist.

    Honestly, it’s really depressing, and I have enough problems.

    I don’t even know if I’m seeing Proff G or a member of their team. It’s gonna take me about 5 days and £1000 to go to London, so I hope I see Proff G.

    I’ve been told Proff G is the best MS neurologist in the country.

    • I can honenestly say that I hope you get to see him retire…he should have 10-12 years to go and so no reason why you won’t see that day.

      As for your appointment I have no Idea if you will see him or one of the team…they are all very good.

      As for £1000 and 5 days…I know the trains round here are expensive and slow but that takes the biscuit:-).

      Best wishes

      • Thank you! It was worrying me so much, I was already trying to find the second best MS neurologist in the county…

        It’s going to cost that much because I’m in Yorkshire, and I’m autistic with MS and Hypernychthemeral Syndrome, so no body clock. And the day before is the PPI Engagement Afternoon at the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, so I’m going to try go to that too.

        So between trains, taxis, support, hotels, and the fact that there’s no way I’ll manage to travel on the day I attend to anything, plus I’ll need to rest, I’m always exhausted and in pain, I have dizziness/vertigo/motion sickness all the time so travelling is agony, I can’t do anything in the morning and I’ll be doing well to be awake in time even being in London, and for most of my life I couldn’t speak or go outside… It’s going to cost me about a grand. But it’s worth it to get the best treatment and to try save what’s left of my brain and functioning. It’s amazing that I expect to manage it, but we’ll see because I might fail… It’s exciting though, going to London and seeing a top neurologist…

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