Here’s a top ten list from David Letterman that may make you smile. We promise we don’t strive for any of these attributes at Action Chiropractic!
10. When you walk, you make a wacky accordion sound.
9. Keeps saying, “A spine is like a box of chocolates.”
8. Repeatedly asks, “You a cop? You sure you aint’ no cop?”
7. Over and over, you hear crunching sounds followed by, “Uh-oh.”
6. There’s a two-drink minimum.
5. At end of session, lies down on the table and says, “My turn!”
4. He was nowhere near Woodstock and yet he’s covered with mud.
3. Rushes in late to your appointment still wearing his Burger King uniform.
2. Hints that for an extra $50, he’ll “straighten” something else.
1. You’re fully clothed and he’s naked.
Is there an embarrassing story that caused you to see a chiropractor? We promise that we won’t use your name, but will post the top stories on our website soon. Send any stories to email@example.com.
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