A common phrase to denote a simple task is, “It’s not brain surgery.” Now, brain surgeons feel like the stupid ones. “I went to school for over a decade to become a neurosurgeon, and have worked twelve hour days saving people lives, and yet, Derek Shepard made more holding kitchen tongs to a plastic brain than I do making someone see again,” said Charles Absorn during a press conference. While millions of people across the country tune into Grey’s Anatomy, he insists he can’t even get someone to cheer in the viewing room and not a single patient has asked him to sign their brain. This mass exodus from the neurosurgery field has caused an influx in actors and actresses and not enough brain surgeons. “If you want us back,” Charles Absorn said, “You’ll have to give us a little more. I’m not greedy or anything, but a little appreciation every now and then wouldn’t kill anyone.” Hollywood has yet to comment, but it seems these neurosurgeons are having trouble gaining traction in their acting careers due to lack of "attractiveness."
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