Sarah has recently given birth to her first child. Sarah is also a bit of a worrier, to say the least, and she hasn’t been home long before she calls her doctor in a state of panic.
“So what’s the problem, Sarah?” asks the doctor.
“My baby has a temperature of 102, doctor. Is he going to die?” shouts Sarah.
The doctor, needing to determine whether Sarah was taking the reading under the arm, in the mouth or elsewhere, says, “I hope you don’t mind me asking