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A doctor with a unique combination of skills opened an office in a small town and put up a sign reading, 'Dr Richard Smith, Psychiatry and Proctology'.

The village council didnít like that sign, so he proposed a series of alterations: 'Hysterias and Posteriors', 'Schizoids and Hemorrhoids', 'Catatonics and High Colonics', 'Manic-depressives and Anal-retentives', 'Minds and Behinds', Lost Souls and Butt Holes', 'Analysis and Anal Cysts', 'Queers and Rears', 'Nuts and Butts', 'Freaks and Cheeks', 'Loons and Moons'.

They finally settled on Dr Richard Smith, Odds and Ends!

 

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