3/15/2014

Irish Flu Shots

Irish Flu Shots
Irish Flu Shots
Here in the United States, we Americans have what they call Obama-Care health insurance. For those that have to endure this pitiful insurance, it sucks. My sympathies to all enrolled.

On the other side of the pond, Ireland handles healthcare with a more hands on approach. One example is the flu shot. We wait in a long line, get uncerimoniously jabbed in the arm while listening to nurse Ratchet yelling out "Next" while the needle is still in your arm.

In Ireland, the flu shot is available at your local Pub for a small fee of $1.49 with a chaser of Guinness.

Luck of the Irish indeed.



LURKING, ERIN GOES BRALESS, ON THE GRASSY KNOLL

2 comments:

  1. I was really sick last night. I had to have 7 flu shots.

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  2. Good thing you didn't need an enema. Unless you are into that sort of thing.

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