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  kyleekay  |  25

24- True, but I haven't heard many doctors or nurses refer to people as "customers". If OP was in the medical field, wouldn't s/he have said "patient"? Also, wouldn't situations like this be somewhat common (or at least expected) in the medical field?

  LadyA13  |  1

Yes 25, as a nurse I can verify that if the OP was a medical professional, he/she would have said patient or maybe client, but not customer. Nor would a professional say FML about a patient's swollen testicles. It's our job to listen.

  kyleekay  |  25

36- Even then, I'd imagine these things come with the territory. If OP is a pharmacist, etc, then the customer was probably there to get medicine for the effects from the surgery; it would be natural to assume the customer may want to explain the side effects.

  Soloman212  |  28

Ah, actually your logic is quite sound. I just can't think of any other situation where a customer would do this, and where OP would sit and listen, instead of running away while projectile vomiting.

  onlychildFTW  |  33

"Hi can I take your order"
"My balls were so swollen after my vasectomy"

Maybe he was trying to hit on OP. get her feeling sad that his balls hurt so she would make them feel better. Who knows!

  perdix  |  29

Sure, you could, but when you are a guy, the day you have the giant, swollen balls is so worth the pain.

You end up waddling around singing that AC/DC song.

  Jaxx66  |  21

Some balls are held for charity
And some for fancy dress
But when they're held for pleasure,
They're the balls that I like best.
My balls are always bouncing
To the left and to the right
It's my belief that my big balls
Should be held every night!

I do have to admit; I love that song.