For the past few days I've been using "Trust me, I'm a doctor" to justify a range of things that have little to no common sense involved. There's some common sense in that, it's taken 3.5 years to get to this point so I may as well use my newly acquired title. ♂️ - Isn't going for a swim a bit cold?
- Well yes, but I am perpetually cold anyway, it's sunny and trust me, I'm a doctor - I would say while trying to find some shreds of common sense in between mossy, slippery rocks that I'd pretend to tickle with my toes to excuse constantly slipping on them.
- Are you going walking in your jammies?
- Of course, it's an excellent idea. They're comfy and light and less warm than leggings, which we'll call "night jammies" from now on as opposed to hiking, day jammies. Trust me, I'm a doctor. And I'll go swimming in them too. Because I might be a Doctor, but I still won't take the jammies off when there's people around. I'd rather walk off the drying of jammies process.
- So what's next for you, Doctor?
- Oh no idea yet, working on it. But I'll sort it out, trust me I'm a doctor. - 52 minutes ago