When I went to ISU, I used Health Services for all my medical needs. The doctors were friendly and the facility was pretty nice as far as health clinics go. I was happy to have the place available, especially for my yearly lady bits exam.
The only qualm I had with the place was their choice of decor in the exam room. Among the magazines, cheesy "successories" posters and STD pamphlets was a poster. This poster was not on the wall, but rather strategically placed above the exam table. It was unavoidable, right there on the ceiling.
It was a Tiger Beat-esque poster of the Coreys (yes, plural).
Now, had I gone to college in the late 80's, this would have made a little bit more sense. This was the early 90's. Mr. Feldman and Mr. Haim were well past their sell by date at this point.
What was the purpose of having anything on the ceiling, let alone a dated poster of child actors? Comic relief or something way creepier?
I can only assume whoever put the poster up there thought college co-eds (still) found the Coreys attractive. Why would they want someone getting a very personal medical procedure to be turned on? Why would I want to think about washed-actors while someone had their hand up my snatch?
That's what parties were for.
For Your Scrapbook
- ► 2008 (100)
- Invasion of the Clutter Snatchers
- Dream a little dream
- One time, I should have kept my mouth shut
- Fair Warning
- Koo Koo Kachoo, Mrs. Robinson
- Sunday Bloody Sunday
- Shoe Porn
- Flip This House
- Got MILF?
- Stupid parents
- Hold me
- Why I never went to medical school
- Maybe it's because we're potty-training
- Christ on a Cracker
- Good Eats
- One time, I almost killed a dentist.
- I'm kind of crazy right now
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