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By Gentleman - / Monday 11 January 2010 05:19 / United States
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I'm a woman and I hold doors open for other people.... it has nothing to do with gender, people do it because its nice. Also, doctors can't do anything for viruses so they would have told you to get lots of rest, drink lots of fluids, etc. So really she saved you from paying for a doctor's visit needlessly ;)

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Something very similar to this happened in Curb Your Enthusiasm. Where Larry goes to see a doctor who works on the 2bd floor so gets on the elevator, the doors are closing and this fat disgusting bitch is running begging him to hold it open so he does (amazingly). When they get off he let's her off first, it's halfway down the hallway he realizes they are going to the same place. Since she was a fat pig he was trying to get by but couldn't. Ended up waiting an extra hour cuz of her, when his appointment took 2 minutes.

wow thats bullshit, no doctors office would deny u service cuz someone was " the last patient they could take". Ur an idiot and so r the ppl who believe this

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Apparently people had to start opening doors for ladies when corsettes came into fashion - they made women faint from the smallest effort. It's true that we can once again use our own hands. I'm a woman and I hold doors, but for both sexes, I'm not sexist about it :D

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maybe its just courtesy? i mean would you want some one walking in front of you to slam the door on your face? come on, everyone holds doors for other people, at least here they do...

I'm a woman and I hold doors open for other people.... it has nothing to do with gender, people do it because its nice. Also, doctors can't do anything for viruses so they would have told you to get lots of rest, drink lots of fluids, etc. So really she saved you from paying for a doctor's visit needlessly ;)

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You are quite right, stomach viruses aren't treated, but how does the OP know that it's a virus? Salmonella/Campylobacter/Shigella are relatively common and hell, I couldn't differentiate between that and a virus. And oddly enough, these can be treated with antibiotics. Also Parasites are a viable of course.

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