The Medication

Tom, suffering from impotence, went to see a specialist. The doctor gave him a prescription for medication to take faithfully three times a day, always with food.
Two days later Tom was at a formal banquet and didn’t want any of the other guests to spot and possibly identify his blue medication. So he instructed the waiter to stir the little blue pill into his soup.
He was thinking he could eat his soup openly with everyone else, take his medication that way, and preserve his privacy all at the same time.
However, when soup was served everyone received a bowl except Tom – who began feeling conspicuous and angry. He confronted the waiter and asked why he hadn’t been served his “special” soup.
“Well, sir, I stirred your medication into your bowl as instructed. Since then, I’ve been waiting for the noodles and carrots to lie down.”

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