Mr. D got back from a week of hospitalization wearing a mask.
When I was about to give him his medication, he stopped me saying ” you need to wear a mask, I have a bacteria in my nose”.
In my treatment clinic we do not have any isolation room and if we do, we isolate those with TB and Hepatitis.
Anyhow, I followed suit, went back to my station and got a mask.
I gave him his medication. I asked him — so what’s the bacteria doing in your nose? He replied ” I don’t know but its real bad because they put me in an isolation room”.
“Support BACTERIA it’s the only culture some people have.”
Two bacteria walk into a bar.
The bartender says, “We don’t serve bacteria here.”
And the bacteria says, “But we work here. We’re staph.”