Doctors Prove That Apples Are Indeed Their Greatest Nemesis in Hilarious Video
We were always taught as kids that "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." It is believed to be a famous tactic followed by our parents and caregivers who just want us to eat our veggies and fruits without making a fuss. Of course, a single apple isn't going to provide us with enough nutrition to keep us from falling sick or keep the doctors at bay. But this person on Reddit probably found a way to turn that famous line into a rib-tickling video. u/Call-Me-Risley posted a video on the r/MadeMeSmile subreddit which captures a crowd of doctors who possibly gained their degrees and licenses recently.
The guy who records the video was recognized as Nolan in the Reddit thread's comment section and he appears mostly in YouTuber MrBeast's videos. He asks the doctors: "Are you...?" And the crowd shouts in unison, "They are doctors." In the next moment, the dude recording the video whips out an apple from nowhere and presents it in front of everyone, throwing in the second question, "What is this?" The crowd immediately erupts into chaos and dreaded screams and they act like they have to scurry away to safety...as if the apple has magical powers to repel the doctors! The creator of this video thus justified the famous quote with a pinch of humor. The community loved the effort and the actions put into the video and they poured in to leave equally hilarious comments.
u/No-Pen5093 wrote: "The one on the left slowly backing away is really committing to the role." u/PhantomSamurai47 joked about the same guy and commented: "Most doctors don't realize the apple's vision is based on movement. He knew, with the others panicking around him, the slower he moves the less visible he is." u/kaisershinn humored: "I’m eating a Granny Smith right now and can confirm that doctors hate me, especially the cute ones." u/Martymay_crochets chimed in and asked, "My sister just graduated from med school. Should I throw an apple at her?"
u/AltCrab2 has a funny concern as well and they wrote: "The one patient in his room all alone slowly dying because his life support stopped working and all the doctors are outside filming a video." Well, just like this lighthearted video went viral, Insider weighed upon the era of social media where medical professionals are turning into influencers online. Because medical professionals carry the burden of other people's lives every day, TikTok becomes their outlet to let off some steam.
A community of medical professionals is on the rise as social media influencers and you can find a range of content made by doctors and nurses by clicking on the #DoctorTok and #NurseTok hashtags. You can follow day-in-their-life videos. Well, we can say that Tiktok, Reddit and other social media platforms are delivering us the kind of entertaining medical drama which TV shows fail to give us these days.