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Dr EyeCandy didn't follow me...

Posted by Racer on September 24, 2005, at 21:29:13

In reply to Re: the following thing... 10derHeart, posted by javableue on September 24, 2005, at 19:26:38

The only time he met me out in the reception area, he walked me to his office by walking back to it on his long stilt legs, much faster than I walked. I just followed along, way back there. (OK, I did check, but his pants were a bit loose fitting to know if his butt was that cute.) Anyway, while it sounds as though it's better than being followed, I did kinda feel as though he was trying to "get away from" or "not be seen with" his patients. {shrug} Maybe that's why they walk behind and watch? So that we don't think they're trying to run away from us?

Or maybe they're trying to make sure we don't have a chance to bolt?

My new T, who has no name as yet, usually calls me from her office -- she doesn't share, and is in a great building with a koi pond in the center -- and meets me in there. And Dr CattleProd opens the door into the reception area, looks at me, and I know it's time to stand up and march in. Come to think of it, I guess he is behind me, but I don't think about that. Or, at least, I never did until now.

Drat you all! Now I'm going to think about it next time I see him, and probably do the Quasimodo thing on my way to where I fall down and hurt something!


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