When A Patient Gets A Little Too Familiar
Our Naples-based Dottoré gets mildly insulted by a well-meaning patient.
"Dottoré, I consider you my good friend. You're like a sister to me, an aunt, a mother , a grandmother!"
"Francé, please, stop right there. I get that you want me in your family tree, but don't call me your grandmother."
"But I meant it in an affectionate way! Because you're a good person , you're sweet, and wise ... Dottoré, I put my foot in my mouth again. I wanted to say something nice, but ended up making a fool of myself!"
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