Doctors’ handwriting has achieved legendary status in the realm of hieroglyphics. It’s as if they attended a special class in medical school where the curriculum was titled “Penmanship: The Art of Mystery.” Trying to decipher a doctor’s prescription is like attempting to crack a secret code, but instead of a treasure map, you might end up with a lifetime supply of cough syrup. It’s a skill only pharmacists and highly trained detectives possess. Rumor has it that doctors have their own secret language, and their handwriting is the encrypted key. Maybe they’re just trying to keep us on our toes, wondering if they prescribed medication or a secret mission. Either way, we’re all just hoping our pharmacist is fluent in “Doctor-ish.”
Sad and Useless drew on the funny side of doctors’ penmanship to give us an idea of how doctors would draw logos of different brands.