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Trust Me, You’re (Not) A Doctor

| Vancouver, BC, Canada | Health & Body

Me: “Hello, this is ***** Healthcare line. What can I help you with?”

Caller: “Hi, I’m calling because my son just ate a bunch of ants.”

Me: “I’m sorry? Your son ate ants?”

Caller: “Yes! I was wondering if I need to take him to the hospital and see a doctor.”

Me: “Well, ma’am, I don’t think you need to worry. I don’t think the ants will make him sick, but I advise that he doesn’t eat any more of them.”

Caller: “Well, I gave him some ant killer to get rid of them.”

Caller’s friend: “Get him to the emergency room, now!”

NAR Android App: Free Version Now Available!

| Android | Xcluded

Introducing Not Always Right’s Official Android App: Free Version!

We’ve listened to your comments loud and clear, and we’re happy to announce that the official Not Always Right Official Android App is now available in a free, ad-supported version!

With the same important features as the paid version, this is a great alternative for those of you on a tight budget. PS — if you prefer an ad-free experience, get the paid version of the app here.

You Drive Me Crazy, Part 2

| Southern Utah, USA | Uncategorized

(I work on a resort where we rent golf carts out to our guests. I rent a cart out to a guest and her sons. She gets into the cart and I begin explaining how to use it.)

Me: “This is the gas pedal, here. If you push this knob all the way to the left, it will go into drive.”

Guest: “Okay. Like this?”

(She then proceeds to hit the gas pedal and drives up over the curb while screaming.)

Guest’s son: “I think we’ll walk.”

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