Say you knew someone who had recently travelled to – oh, I don’t know – Europe and the UK for example.
Say that someone ended up getting sick as a dog (get it?) and texted you with a request to make a doctor’s appointment for them asap after their arrival.
Say you rang up the doctor’s surgery and the receptionist was playing silly buggers about fitting that person in.
Say you sort of mentioned that you were sure it wasn’t swine flu in a kinda laughing way (which has a similar affect to ‘open sesame’ fyi… or so I’ve heard).
Anyway, say you took that someone to their appointment and, before you had time to read a couple of pages, that someone was back in the car with scripts in hand.
Say that someone reported they had been given a mask on arrival and whisked off to an isolated office where the doctor questioned them about their symptoms before declaring that it wasn’t swine flu.
So, given this scenario, do you think it would be wrong to piss yourself laughing all the way home?