Nurse: “Do you want to go to a tea party?”
Patient: “I’d rather go to a pee pee party.”
“When you see Dr. Ding Dong tell him he failed my check up.”
Nurse: “I’ve got you captive for hugs.”
Patient: “I’ve got you as an audience.”
Nurse: “You sure do.”
Patient: “Let’s put it a little Arkansas in it.”
Patient: ” Someone took my…”
Nurse: “Took your?”
Patient: “My shoes.”
Nurse: “You’re wearing your shoes.”
Patient: “My acrobat shoes.”
Nurse: “I didn’t know you had acrobat shoes.”
Patient: “Only when I stand up.”
“It’s blue blah sunshine out there, fancy pants.”
“I wish we had something bigger than us when we’re together.”
“If you have an old bear, you’ll have to read a lot.”
“Have you had a chance to ride my goat yet this morning?”
“The window is laughing at me through lucky leaves.”
“I woke up on the Earth’s hiccup.”
“A car, a job, or a lock, what is your answer?”
“I’m going to look for trouble for you. I’m going to watch over you with this sleeve my arm won’t go into.”
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Patient: “I feel like I have to go to church.”
Nurse: “There are no church services today. Would you like to go to your room to pray?”
Patient: “Maybe you could just roll upwards into the Swiss land.”
“I plan to walk to my car with my underpants falling down.”
“Is this the corridor to Florida?”
“Hold the misery. I’m gonna commuse you yet.”
“Nothing’s coming to me and it’s over a hundred dollars, Sherry Shitlace.”
“I don’t know what I’ll be but I bet it’s not a mansion.”
“I have roses in my behind and they are about to start hanging.”