Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Complimentary Medicine

"You *are* looking well!"
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When you're feeling a bit 'down' and need someone to make you feel good about yourself, this would be a service you can call on to have compliments lavished on you.
hippo, Dec 12 2003

Complementary Medicine? http://www.compleme...ellness03192003.pdf
Sorry, it's a pdf-thingie. Amazing what changing a single letter can do. [PeterSilly, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       Just down the hall from Arguments isn't it?
waugsqueke, Dec 12 2003

       hello, handsome!
po, Dec 12 2003

       [policeofficer one] morning Super
[policeofficer two] morning wonderful

       Ah... feeling better already.
jonthegeologist, Dec 13 2003

       - "Every morning I have a five mile run and a cold shower and then I feel rosy all over"
- "Who's Rosy?"
hippo, Dec 13 2003

       Would the service cater to the hearing impared too?
Letsbuildafort, Dec 13 2003

       What I was suggesting is that this is a natural and obvious extension of a famous sketch. Abuse is room 12, Arguments in room 12A. Very likely Compliments might be in the same floor, somewhere near Complaints and Being-Hit-On-The-Head lessons.
waugsqueke, Dec 16 2003

       From what I've heard this is how most complementary medicine works: the practitioners are really nice and sympathetic and ask how you're doing and make you feel better about yourself.   

       Of course if you were to put this into practice as a business idea, you'd have to deal with the fact that only 0.26% of the population knows the difference between complimentary and complementary, and therefore I might have to fishbone this as impractical.
kropotkin, Dec 16 2003

       This sounds like some sketches from BlackAdder IV - "ah, Darling, there you are."
PeterSilly, Dec 16 2003


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