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Bell Curve


You accidently injected too much Botox in a patient's face. Her head looks like a balloon and she is threatening to sue. Her head looked something like a balloon before she even stepped into your office, but she's still suing.


You work at the virtual McDonald's of Botox injections. (Would you like fries with that brow lift?) Didn't you go into debt for something a little more fulfilling in life?


You work at a skin cancer clinic in Florida. You are always busy. When was your last day off? Probably not since high school.


You've successfully treated a child's birthmark. She sends you cards each year on the anniversary of the surgery to thank you.


You've found a new cure for skin cancer that is not invasive. You are able to remove cancerous cells without scarring. Hoards of people come from all over the world to see you. The Pope ain't got nothin' on you.