CP: Quick and Easy Pharmacy, How may I help you?
Concerned Recipient At Pharmacy Indicating No Adverse Events or Soreness Still: I'm concerned.
CP: Hello Concerned. I'm Pharmacist. Why are you like this?
CRAPINÆSS: <serious face> I came in for a flu shot yesterday and I don't have a sore arm or any symptoms.
CRAPINÆSS: Not great.
CP: Why not great?
CRAPINÆSS: I always have a sore arm and a fever after my shot. You gave me the shot so fast. Are you sure I'm inoculated?
CRAPINÆSS: But my husband gets his shot through the VA and he always has side effects with his shot. I just don't see how you could've given it to me that quick. It was barely a second.
CP: <snickers> Poor guy. I have a way with a syringe. I've been doing it that way for years, as has the person who trained me; he who was among the first to administer vaccines in the area and has trained many Jedi in the ways of the Phorce over the years.
CRAPINÆSS: It was painless. and short.
CP: <Stifles laugh> Um, thanks.
CRAPINÆSS: <still serious> And it was quick and easy.
CP: <deadpans> I hear that lot.
CRAPINÆSS: <serious face still on> Good day.
CP: Good Day.
UT: Why are you smiling like that?
CP: That LOL
UT: Little Old Lady?
CP: Made me laugh. She was so prim and proper, so serious the whole way through her flu shot complaint, I could barely contain myself.
UT: What complaint?
CP: Her shot didn't hurt. At all. Who calls on the pharmacy to complain they have nothing to complain about?
UT: I'm surprised she didn't ask "is it in" while you gave it to her.
CP: Please don't ever say "while I gave it to her" again.
UT: After every flu shot. From now on. How about "How'd she take it?"?
CP: Like all my exes, an inch and a half at a time, all the way to the barrel.
UT: I think you could've used the 5/8" on her.