The Joys Of Being Patronised By Psych Services

1.

Psych: I mean, it’s not that hard to get a job.  If you’re willing to do waitressing, or work at Tesco, it really isn’t.

2.

Psych: So you live with your grandmother?
Me: Yes
Psych: And she’s on benefits?
Me: No
Psych: So…how does she live? Is she rich?
Me: She is a pensioner.  She owns her house.
Psych: [long pause] Ohhhhhh!

3.

Psych: Are your parents together?
Me: Yes
Psych: [long pause] Ohhhhhh!

4.

Psych: Have you been in a relationship?
Me: Yes.  Last one was before Christmas.
Psych: So you had a boyfriend?
Me: Girlfriend
Psych: Ok.  And before that?
Me: I was in a relationship for two years
Psych: So that was a boyfriend?
Me: [internal groan of despair].  No.  No.

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8 thoughts on “The Joys Of Being Patronised By Psych Services

  1. Oh, I would be seething. I never understand why people like that are like “you know what I’d be great at?! Helping people going through tough times with my shitty asides and incomprehension of different lifestyles!”

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