Tuesday

Tears At The Doctor's Office!



A UNC student went 
to an eye doctor to
have her eyes checked 
for glasses.

The doctor directed 
her to read various
letters with the left 
eye while covering
the right eye. 

This student was so 

mixed up on which 
eye was which that 
the eye doctor in 
disgust took a paper 
sack with a hole to 
see through, covered 
up the appropriate 
eye and asked her 
to read the letters.

As he did so, he 

noticed the student 
had tears streaming 
down her face.

"Look," said the doctor, 
"there's no need to 
get emotional about 
getting glasses."

"I know," agreed the 
UNC student, "But
I kind of had my 
heart set on wire 
frames."

2 comments:

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