Wouldn’t Shark Removal fall under his general insurance plan? It’s not just the teeth being removed. Get the doc to try it again.
Ain’t that a real bite in the a$$.
“OK, but the gastroenterologist is going to need hazard pay.”
great white bite
Patrick Bouvier Kennedy
However, seeing your predicament I’m calling in a second opinion from Dr. Backus, a proctologist.
Yeah! His dental plan!
Wouldn’t that be the sharks dental plan?
“Butt they are not my teeth!”
Another doctor who doesn’t know his ass from his molar.
But you have medicare so it’s not covered. Even if you did have dental insurance, it would only cover two extractions per year. This could take a while.
Should have gone to the pier instead. I’m sure a fisherman there would be happy to extract the specimen and have a whopper of a fish tale to boot.
Surgical removal from the derriere is…
Technically, the doc has a point. The patient has a number of points.
Sneaky shark. “We’re gunna need a bigger ass!”
Poor guy. It seems like the shark and the health insurance company have done the same thing to him.
You have to wonder about that shark. Is it unable to let go, or does it have a reason for letting him drag it far from the water?
Then charge it to the shark, as a cleaning.
Doo doo doodoodoodoo.
Would this fall under the shark’s dental insurance or the patients health care….
Don’t worry about it doc. They will all grow back. Wait – you were talking about the shark, right?
July 17, 2015