Search This Blog

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Gynaecologist's Assistant - Sent in by Sriani Dissanayake Basnayake

 A man went to Harley Street in London having seen an advertisement for a Gynaecologist's Assistant.  
 Naturally interested, he went in and asked the clerk for details.

The clerk pulled up the file and read;

"The job entails getting the ladies ready for the gynaecologist. "  
"You have to help the women out of their underwear, lay them down and carefully wash their private  
regions, then apply shaving foam and gently shave off their pubic hair, then rub in soothing oils so they're  
ready for the gynaecologist's examination."
"The annual salary is £65,000, and if you're interested you'll have to go to Manchester "

" My God, is that where the job is?" asked the man. 
"No Sir, she answered. 

That's where the end of the queue is..."


  1. Good one Sriani - keep them coming !

  2. Sriani,
    You may have heard a story about Prof.Sinnathamby who got the students to describe vulval toilet prior to examination as you have described stepwise, and then said "yes you do all that but you've got to complete it by putting a "pottu"!
    Story related to me by a lovely Tamil colleague who always wore a "pottu"!

    1. Rohini Ana .....
      ..Pottu??? where did your friend wear it???
      Did she use a mirror to put it on??
      This reminds me of my Internship. Our RO Dr Rajaratnam was examining a Sihhala patient who came to the Gynae Clinic with a history of Uterine Prolapse. He asked " KENNADI DALA BALANAA??" She replied "Kannadi onha na Sir, as - paynawa hondahta". Yet another case of linguistic interpretation mayhem!!!


    2. Razaque,
      What a cheeky question to wake up to!
      Of course my friend wore her "pottu" quite appropriately where it was meant to be worn- and not where Prof S fantasized!
      I must confess I can't place you from my med school days and have been reticent about commenting on your posts in the blog though I have enjoyed some of them thoroughly.
      You probably dont remember me either- however now that the ice has been broken -even in this cheeky fashion!- let me say It's nice
      "talking" to you.

    3. Rohini.
      Nor can I place you in the 'batch' or your name!!....... nevertheless, now that contact is made let us keep it up & hope we meet at some point in the future to recollect and reflect!! . The only Rohini I knew in the batch was Rohine Abhayaratne as I was that........ 'chubby' guy who "WAS SAT" next her at lectures on the front row ......

  3. I live in Manchester and couldn't work out what that queue was...... now I know!

  4. It has now reached Southend on Sea. They took the Ring Road!

  5. Thought it might end up at Jon-O'-Groats-- Manchester- via Dundee,M90......
    Taken a wrong turn??? Missed my chance!!!.