|Give me your woo- hoo (even if I'm an arch-conservative right-winger ?)
Aug 29, 2005
Hey Dr. Bob. I think you are doing a great service to both HIV+ and HIV- people here. I took your advice and got tested 3 months after a low-risk but still worrisome sexual encounter. Results came back today and were NEGATIVE. What a relief!!!
My advice to all those out there: if you must have sex with someone of unknown HIV status please use protection at all times. To the "worried-well" (you won't be worried if you use protection) dont surf the internet trying to do an diagnosis on yourself. If you have any symptoms that may appear to be HIV-related go see your doctor and/or get tested at 3 months.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Archconservative Right Winger,
Yes, you are WOO-HOOable. Congrats.
Now let's talk about your fearless (or should that be feckless) archconservative leader Dubya. I must agree with Maureen Dowd that W has definitely "jumped the couch" lately. Not fallen off the couch, as he did when he choked on that pretzel, but jumped it! According to UrbanDictionary.com, "jump the couch" has now become slang for "a defining moment when you know someone has gone off the deep end. Inspired by Tom Cruise's recent behavior on "Oprah!" Yup, no doubt about it, W has jumped the couch!
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