I was in the doctor's office about to get waterboarded. Every once in a while a bunch of wax builds up in my ears, so they squirt some water in them to flush it out. It sucks. I can feel them firehosing this water next to my brain and it takes about three hours. Well, three hours in horror time, actual time is about 5 minutes or so.
The doctor (who is either my age or a few years younger) checks out my ears, leaves and sends in the assistant who starts setting up the spray bottle and tarps and whatnot.
I'm sort of pacing around the room while she gets ready.
"Yeah, yeah, yeah...It's just that...well, the only thing that freaks me out more than going to the doctor is getting stuff stuck in my ears."
"Oh." Her face sort of fell. "Yeah, I remember you."
However, I didn't pass out, even though she used a bottle and a half in just one ear while I squirmed and gave up military secrets I didn't even know I knew. Plus, with all that stuff out of my ears, I can hear crimes being committed three miles away.