Doctor. So, Fred, what seems to be the problem?
Patient. It’s my knee doctor, it’s gone all creaky-weaky.
Doctor. You’re having mobility issues?
Patient. Yes, when I go bendy-wendy my knee goes poppy-pop-pop.
Doctor. I see, ah. Perhaps you would like to demonstrate for me.
Patient. Oh, right, demonstrate.
The patient does.
Doctor. Ah yes, I do see what you mean.
can hear it? Doctor. I can hear it.
Doctor. Yes, exactly, popp-itsy-pop. And tell me – do you have to miturcate more?
Doctor. Do you have to go more widdly-diddly?
Patient. Widdly… diddly?
Doctor. Er… Piddly… widdly?
Patient. Oh yes, I have to go piddly-widdly in the nighty-wighty. Sometimes more than three times!
Doctor. And what about flatulence?
Doctor. Bum pops?
Patient. Oh yes Doctor, lots of bum pops. Pfff! Bwf! Bfff.
Doctor. Bum pops, right, frequent, and bum drops? What about those?
Patient. Yes Doctor. Very big bum pops. Big stinky! Poooo! Bummmm!
Doctor. Well, you’ve given me a lot of clues. You’ve got a creaky-weaky knee that goes pop-pop when you bendy-wendy, you need to go piddly-widdly in the nighty-wighty, you’ve bum pops and big stinky bum drops, and also marked cognitive degeneration. Yes, it’s quite clear what’s happening here. You’re getting older.
Patient. Doctor is it serious?
Doctor. In the sense that anything is. Pretty soon you you’ll be deady-weddy, Freddy. Deady-weddy-forevs-no-teddy-Freddy. No more bum pops or piddle-dee-diddle for you; you friend are going to die.