"How may I help you?" I ask.
"We're from out of town. My daughter has a rash."
I look at her daughter. She clearly has a case of urticaria. Mom tells me that it must be from a new necklace she was wearing.
Now I'm not a prescribing physician, but it is clearly just a typical little textbook rash.
I recommend an antihistamine.
Mom looks at me. "Are you sure that's what you want to recommend?"
Sensing a quibble, I tell her that there is an Urgent Care on across the street and she should take her daughter there.
"Oh no, I trust your judgment. Absolutely."
Once again I recommend an antihistamine.
"Are you sure?"
Please, someone, somewhere, euthanize me.