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'No, no, no...that's far too legible. Shakier. Much shakier!'
"I can't read a thing. They all must have been doctors."
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'Another advantage of switching to electronic health records is that it will make your indecipherable handwriting obsolete.'
The Handwriting on the Wall
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500 pages and one masterpiece later, Stephan makes a horrifying discovery.
'Good news, when we transferred your medical history to our digital system, it suddenly became legible.'
"I believe it was called 'cursive'."
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"With Benjamin, the numbers are still terrible, but the calligraphy is breathtaking."
"I've written my diagnosis on this piece of paper. I'm going to slide it over to you, and I want you to tell me if you're interested."
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'I hurt my hand playing racketball, so you may find this prescription to be surprisingly legible.'
'The resume is handwritten because I am not very good with computers' - The LAST thing you should say in ANY job interview.
Farmacy - 'I can't read your doctor's chicken scratch. I'm sure the pharmacist can, though.'
'We're extending an offer of employment to you contingent upon the results of a drug test, psychological consultation...'
John Hancock practices his signature
"If you put little crosses on your sevens people will think you're French."
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"For God's sake, … I naturally, assumed when I told you to dot the 'i's' you would also cross the 'T's,' "
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"Nobody's going to take you seriously unless you stop drawing those little hearts over your i's."
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'I can't read a word of this essay of yours. Excellent work.'
If pharmacists spoke like doctors wrote.
Pharmacist wanted. Must be able to open child-proof bottle caps & read doctor's prescriptions.
"Sorry about the misunderstanding. Sometimes my G's look like S's."
'The numbers look good. Especially the threes.'
'Psssst! What font are you using?'
"What part of oil lamp next to double squiggle over ox don't you understand?"
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