The doctor was asked to go to a Gypsy encampment to get a bee out of a boy's ear and on arriving found that the
The doctor was asked to go to a Gypsy encampment to get a bee out of a boy's ear and on arriving found that the patient's sister had got his head sideways over a basin and was pouring hot water into the upper ear with a view to working the bee out of the lower! When it was explained to her that we hadn't got a hole running right though our heads, she said: well doctor, we always say, don't we, 'in at one ear and out of the other'". October 1937 P007203"
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