In February, MD+DI published this list of 15 hilarious tweets about medical devices and conditions. Based on the popularity of that list, we have scouted Twitter for more funny (and in some cases, all too relatable) healthcare-related tweets. Some are inspired by real-life scenarios, others are just silly, but all of them made us LOL.
At a doctor appointment:
“Step up on the scale”
Jokingly, “Do I have to?”
HOW HAVE I GONE THIS LONG WITHOUT KNOWING THIS WAS AN OPTION?!
— Aunt Chelle(@ravenswng_) August 15, 2019
“Too much caffeine”
“Cholesterol too high”
“Excessive drinking is bad”
And other lies my doctor perpetuates.
— Josh 5.0 (@Tryptofantastic) December 2, 2018
Which probiotic is the most gangsta?
— Bart (@bartandsoul) August 28, 2019
Me: One designer baby, please
Doctor: It's not like that, you..
Me: Please remove the pooping and crying functions
Doctor: What? No, you can't...
Me: Give it wings and flamethrowers
Me: I'm gonna call her Claire
— Uncle Jeff (@PickleRudd) July 8, 2019
In the last few years, my wife’s doctors have prescribed for her a diet high in salt and caffeine. Today, they added NAPS. ...and now I'm rethinking all my life decisions.
— Aunt Chelle (@ravenswng_) March 11, 2019
There is a surprising lack of YouTube videos detailing how to perform self-surgeries for inguinal hernia.
— David Adt(@DavidAdt1) September 7, 2019
I am dissatisfied with the target weight that my doctor set for me so I’ve added a 50-lb “cheeseburger variance”.
— Jester D (@JustMeTurtle) August 22, 2019
What’s the punishment for a friend who brings over her son even though he has the flu?
Demanding a finger might seem brutal. But to be fair, I’ve seen Little Jimmy attempt to dribble a ball.
He doesn’t need both pinkies.
— Lovable Nerd (@alovablenerd) February 19, 2019
I have a medical device implanted on my brain. I'm literally a cyborg.
Before you ask: No, I don't have any superpowers.
— And He Joked Again. (@AndyJokedAgain) February 19, 2019
Me: I’m so worried about getting cancer. You know my dad had lung cancer, my mom had breast cancer. They’re both lucky to be alive. As I get closer to 50, there are so many things to be concerned with. I think once you examine my prostate, I’ll feel better.
— Josh 5.0 (@Tryptofantastic) December 3, 2018
My son's cardiologist is literally named Dr. Hartman. Whoever is running this reality show is getting super lazy
— e4moji (@e4moji) June 5, 2019
9 out of 10 doctors recommend a diet rich in lean protein and vegetables- and 1 out of 10 doctors is a stakeholder in the bariatric sleeve
— Jay Kay (@Swoosh61) July 31, 2019