Angry Doctor

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Top Ten List 2

Another list from my friend K.

Top Ten Reasons why being a Polyclinic Doctor is like being a cheap Geylang Prostitute

10. You are assigned a room with a number.

9. There is a red light above your door.

8. You have to physically touch strangers in the course of your work.

7. There is a washbasin and a place to lie down in your workroom.

6. Latex and lubricant.

5. You don't do housecalls.

4. Many of your customers are the elderly.

3. Business picks up on Saturdays.

2. You sometimes catch diseases from your customers.

1. Your customers wouldn’t be there if they could afford better.


  • To add to your list :

    There is a pimp who insists you service a certain number of customers an hour. The more the better.

    The customer usually complains if you get him off too fast. The pimp will deal with you when complaints come in.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 15, 2005 10:33 am  

  • Number 4 not really correct leh. Not a very good demographic representation of the population who visits geylang these days. Alot of the fish tank gals are actually visited by those un-skilled labour and also "ah bing ge aka chao recruits". Think the older population had moved on to cheaper alternatives =P. U have to find out the location urself though *laffs*.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 15, 2005 11:03 am  

  • By the way, i am an avid reader of both ur blog and that of dr blog og. Think some of the events that u depicted in ur entries are hilarious. Keep it up both of u!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 15, 2005 11:05 am  

  • Wah piang!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 15, 2005 12:50 pm  

  • Haha..

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 15, 2005 1:46 pm  

  • Angry Doc...

    I just want to know... Are you at the very least happy with your job? Or do you just tend to sound angrier, more frustrated and depressed when you vent your frustrations on your blog?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At September 15, 2005 11:14 pm  

  • Let's just say the stories are not representative of all clinical encounters, and leave it at that. :)

    By Blogger angry doc, At September 16, 2005 8:13 am  

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