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Psychiatrist speaks to his patient

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Man winding a giant ball of string
“His psychiatrist said he should take up a hobby.”
Flannery
December 6, 1952

 

Psychiatrist speaks to his patient
“God forbid your mother should ever hear you say things like that.”
Harley Schwadron
November 1, 1975

 

Psychiatrist speaks to his patient
“Well, actually, I’m not too fond of diced bananas with catchup and horse-radish myself. What are some of your other dislikes?”
Jack Tippit
October 25, 1958

 

Man shares a psychiast's couch with his mother during a therapy session
“First of all Mr. Hawley, I would say you have a strong mother complex.”
Ralston
June 26, 1954

 

Man hides underneath a psychiatric couch
“…and just how long, Mr. Pimbrook, have you had this extreme fear of high places?”
Dick MacDonald
April 26, 1952

 

Man stands on the ceiling of his psychiatrist's office
“And when did you first start thinking of yourself as a common housefly, Mr. Tyson?”
Lundberg
March 14, 1953

 

Man and two of his friends sit on a psychaitrist's couch
“And then I produced my colossalest picture of all! Right, Flinch? Right, Tompkins?
Bill Yates
January 1, 1955

 

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