@CaroleCW can you please re-tell your word mix up substitute story as discussed in music jukebox here please , it was a classic
Happy to share. On the subject of weird supermarket delivery substitutions, my 94 year old mother in law was expecting a bottle of Optrex but got a box of Durex in her order instead!! Took some explaining to my 97 year old father in law!! We roared with laughter when we heard about it.
Search Russ abbot snooker sketch, the link can’t be posted here
Hi @anon06 and @CaroleCW I await to see what the @BloodCancerUK-SupportTeam say.
My personal thoughts are perhaps if it were adapted to be humorous stories we have had on our medical journeys it might be more appropriate, although I am struggling to think of any at the moment!!
@Erica Yes good idea, I have one myself involving myself and a Dct who said something which cheered me up, when I did not want my bone marrow sample taken. He knew my sense of humour and it worked! Of course I had the sample taken!
@anon06 my funny story occurred in Mar 21, I’d come out of isolation in hospital and was in a ward of 7 ladies, 5 of us called Sue! One Saturday night at 1930 I decided to call my friend and eat a cadburys caramel bar at the same time (my appetite had just started to return) After 20 mins on the phone I said I must go I need to get up and use the ladies room. As I got out of bed (slowly) I noticed something on the sheet…… wasn’t until the nurses had changed all my bed for me that I realised I’d dropped a piece of chocolate whilst I was chatting! This made the whole room laugh as it did me