The bills that I love

I always don’t bother to check the bills; there’s nothing I can do about it and it doesn’t really concern me. I’m lazy.

But this time a sudden curiosity aroused me and I took a look at the payment slip.

THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE : $21
PHYSIOTHERAPY REVIEW : $12

TOTAL CHARGES : $33

GOVERNMENT GRANT : $17-

TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE : $16

> PAYMENTS
MEDICAL CLAIMS PRORATION SYSTEM : $0
CHAN KAI LUN : $0

> TOTAL DUE AFTER PAYMENTS

AMOUNT DUE: MEIDCAL CLAIMS PRORATION SYSTEM : $16

AMOUNT DUE: CHAN KAI LUN : $0

I merely used two of the machines during the session by requested. The pretty therapist left me at the station alone. I don’t see how the exercise worth the $21, because I can do it so many times cheaper at a better gym for longer hours and that I can use other machines. Though, I’ll never go to the gym unless being forced during trainings.

But, so what the hospital is claiming so much money? Thanks the government for the grant? Oh well, I don’t need this now, because your so-wonderful *** is paying for them. I don’t feel a cent worth of gratify for them because they owe me for the injuries.

Needlessly to say, the fees they’ve been paying for me isn’t enough to cover up a tiny hole in my heart. The injuries have caused inconvenience for me, as well as discomfort, mental stress, freedom to do things of my liking. It has totally changed my life, my prospective and my eligibility for the upcoming inter-formation volleyball tournament. Alas, not to exclude, the backstabbing that selfish people have been playing on me.

“Some” people in the office always wants to see time chip or any document to testify that I’ve really gone for the appointment and it has been so troublesome. The next time if she ever asks me for it, I’d just ask her to go check out how much *** has forked out for me.

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