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Thread started 02/20/18 3:42pm

fortuneandsere
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What if this was your therapist?

hmmm


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Reply #1 posted 02/20/18 3:58pm

ThatWhiteDude

He'd get an good old ass whoopin'. Who the fuck does he think he is?

[Edited 2/20/18 15:58pm]

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Reply #2 posted 02/21/18 6:36am

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I went to a therapist before. I told him "everyone hates me". He said "don't be silly, everyone doesn't know you".

So I went to a different therapist. I asked why nobody understands me. He said "what do you mean by that?"


I was going to go to a third one but when I seen his website was "www.therapist.com" I decided against it.
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Reply #3 posted 02/21/18 3:32pm

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ThatWhiteDude said:

He'd get an good old ass whoopin'. Who the fuck does he think he is?

[Edited 2/20/18 15:58pm]

You should see the following clip. He has a few patients pay private to see him at his own home. All invited to a group session in one room! Not only that, he makes them play Grandmother's Footsteps? eek It's clear he has a narcissism problem.

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Reply #4 posted 02/21/18 4:05pm

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Reply #5 posted 02/21/18 4:19pm

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EmmaMcG said:

I went to a therapist before. I told him "everyone hates me". He said "don't be silly, everyone doesn't know you". So I went to a different therapist. I asked why nobody understands me. He said "what do you mean by that?" I was going to go to a third one but when I seen his website was "www.therapist.com" I decided against it.



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Reply #6 posted 02/22/18 8:14am

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fortuneandserendipity said:

ThatWhiteDude said:

He'd get an good old ass whoopin'. Who the fuck does he think he is?

[Edited 2/20/18 15:58pm]

You should see the following clip. He has a few patients pay private to see him at his own home. All invited to a group session in one room! Not only that, he makes them play Grandmother's Footsteps? eek It's clear he has a narcissism problem.

What a freak eek

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Reply #7 posted 02/22/18 1:58pm

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ThatWhiteDude said:

fortuneandserendipity said:

You should see the following clip. He has a few patients pay private to see him at his own home. All invited to a group session in one room! Not only that, he makes them play Grandmother's Footsteps? eek It's clear he has a narcissism problem.

What a freak eek

Tell me about it. What part of this video tells you he shouldn't be struck off as a doctor? eek


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Reply #8 posted 02/22/18 3:19pm

luvsexy4all

therapists r just as crazy as their patients

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Reply #9 posted 02/22/18 3:44pm

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RodeoSchro said:



EmmaMcG said:


I went to a therapist before. I told him "everyone hates me". He said "don't be silly, everyone doesn't know you". So I went to a different therapist. I asked why nobody understands me. He said "what do you mean by that?" I was going to go to a third one but when I seen his website was "www.therapist.com" I decided against it.



falloff



I'm so underappreciated...


I did eventually go to another therapist who told me that I was paranoid. But I wouldn't take any notice of him, he's always had it in for me.

In fact one time he told me I have a preoccupation with vengeance. We'll see about that...
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Reply #10 posted 02/27/18 1:13pm

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luvsexy4all said:

therapists r just as crazy as their patients

if u see "Nuts" commentary ...babbling babs said the same thing

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Reply #11 posted 02/27/18 4:25pm

fortuneandsere
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'What if a vegetarian has ass burger syndrome?' I can imagine that therapist saying sad


But then, what if a vagitarian has a pussy allergy?

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Reply #12 posted 03/02/18 11:49pm

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fortuneandserendipity said:

hmmm







The League Of Gentlemen, the show from which this sketch is from, was a real cult comedy programme here in the UK. It's set in a fictional small village called Royston Vasey and inhabited by all manner of bizarre characters. I'm not sure how well the humour in it traveled abroad because it's definitely rooted in parodying elements of British small town culture and classic British horror movies such as The Wicker Man, but the show did heavily inspire the Canadian series Kids In The Hall: Death Comes To Town.
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Reply #13 posted 03/03/18 2:43pm

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ShaggyDog said:

fortuneandserendipity said:

hmmm


The League Of Gentlemen, the show from which this sketch is from, was a real cult comedy programme here in the UK. It's set in a fictional small village called Royston Vasey and inhabited by all manner of bizarre characters. I'm not sure how well the humour in it traveled abroad because it's definitely rooted in parodying elements of British small town culture and classic British horror movies such as The Wicker Man, but the show did heavily inspire the Canadian series Kids In The Hall: Death Comes To Town.

shhh No really, it is a sitcom. One of the best if not the best! Some people won't get it because it's quite dark, and like you hinted might not travel well. The best way to approach it as a newcomer is to understand it deals with 2 underlying themes: death of people and death of dreams.

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Reply #14 posted 03/11/18 2:45pm

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fortuneandserendipity said:

ShaggyDog said:

fortuneandserendipity said: The League Of Gentlemen, the show from which this sketch is from, was a real cult comedy programme here in the UK. It's set in a fictional small village called Royston Vasey and inhabited by all manner of bizarre characters. I'm not sure how well the humour in it traveled abroad because it's definitely rooted in parodying elements of British small town culture and classic British horror movies such as The Wicker Man, but the show did heavily inspire the Canadian series Kids In The Hall: Death Comes To Town.

shhh No really, it is a sitcom. One of the best if not the best! Some people won't get it because it's quite dark, and like you hinted might not travel well. The best way to approach it as a newcomer is to understand it deals with 2 underlying themes: death of people and death of dreams.

I love dry dark British humor! I'm going way out on a limb and guessing why it doesn't translate well here in the states is because we don't have universal healthcare and the very obvious use of medical sexual harrasment.

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Reply #15 posted 03/18/18 12:47pm

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EmmaMcG said:

I went to a therapist before. I told him "everyone hates me". He said "don't be silly, everyone doesn't know you". So I went to a different therapist. I asked why nobody understands me. He said "what do you mean by that?" I was going to go to a third one but when I seen his website was "www.therapist.com" I decided against it.


lol

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Reply #16 posted 03/18/18 12:48pm

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luvsexy4all said:

therapists r just as crazy as their patients


Uh, no. ...Unless they're a really shitty "therapist".

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Reply #17 posted 03/18/18 12:49pm

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EmmaMcG said:

RodeoSchro said:



falloff

I'm so underappreciated... I did eventually go to another therapist who told me that I was paranoid. But I wouldn't take any notice of him, he's always had it in for me. In fact one time he told me I have a preoccupation with vengeance. We'll see about that...


falloff

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Reply #18 posted 03/18/18 1:46pm

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LadyLayla said:

fortuneandserendipity said:

shhh No really, it is a sitcom. One of the best if not the best! Some people won't get it because it's quite dark, and like you hinted might not travel well. The best way to approach it as a newcomer is to understand it deals with 2 underlying themes: death of people and death of dreams.

I love dry dark British humor! I'm going way out on a limb and guessing why it doesn't translate well here in the states is because we don't have universal healthcare and the very obvious use of medical sexual harrasment.

Yes true we have a universal healthcare system, and it is portrayed semi-accurately in the sketch. But in reality, you can't be both public and private doctor at the same time. Some people go private if they can afford to. The NHS doctors are under constant pressure because of funding constraints and I've heard they're incentivitized on keeping referral numbers down. That's certainly been my experience, being fobbed off by some doctor who was telling me information that appeared to break the laws of physics, nevermind biochemistry.


As an aside, I wouldn't want to be a practicing doctor in any western country, because so often they don't have the answers and you have to be really ill to get a diagnosis. But who knows, with private health insurance maybe they like to give quick diagnoses. If people get less ill deductibles go down?! shrug

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Reply #19 posted 03/26/18 5:48pm

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Does anyone remember that on Arrested Development there was a character (played by David Cross) who had a card that said he was an "Analrapist"?

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