Working and living here, we hear some crazy statements. I have begun to text Lowell and a few other people the quote of the day. It's always good for a laugh, so I thought I might include some here as well.
Q of the D from cardiologist (said very nonchalantly) - "What's the worst that could happen? Sudden death, that's it."
From the guys -
"I think that the 12 month subscription lasts around a year or so. Maybe a little less, maybe more, but pretty sure it's around one year."
"You don't actually have to have a clutch in the car to be able to pop the clutch. I can tell you how sometime."
"The place I was before, you know in the hospital, they fed me three meals a day. That was nice." (I guess when the short-term memory is failing, you don't remember us slaving away in the kitchen preparing your meals!!!)
The no-short-term memory guys also lacks a bit of a filter in the things he says, for instance, he has this conversation with staff recently:
Staff: "Do you have your seat belt on?"
Him: "Yes, do you?"
Her: "Yes, I have mine on, but thanks for asking, because sometimes I forget."
Him: "Oh, I didn't know they made them that big."
(What's funny here is that she really isn't severely overweight, but yep, he went there with her!)
And then today (when one of the guys was sick):
Staff to sick guy: "Something is not right about you."
Mr. NoShortTermMem: "And you just now figured that out?"