The Big Selling Point
The big selling point for our office (besides the great customer service, excellent care, and family atmosphere) is the ability to choose your face fleece to lay down on for treatment.
The Face Fleece Story
I have a confession to make. I use the same cheesy one liners with every patient. I have another confession. I still think the cheesy one liners are funny. To be fair I don’t often take patients to the treatment rooms, so my one liners are new for most people. You may have heard me say any of the following lines:
- “I’m going to make it.”
- “Keep on trucking.”
- “We are going to put you in the executive suite.” (For the kids room “the jr. executive suite.”)
- “Pick your face cloth for when you lay down.” Followed by: “We’ll add that to your psychological profile.”
That last line led to the creation of this blog on “What does the face fleece say about you”?
I have conducted a gigantic scientific study and the following is a representation of my intense research.
Percentage of patients who take whatever is on top.
What it says about you
You are goal oriented and focused. You can’t be distracted by details. Even if they concern the comfort and style of your face. You have better things to do than pick your color allegiance. What you don’t realize is that your choice still says more about you than you know.
Blue and Yellow Chevrons
You are laid back and ready to unwind. You are ready to release the pains of work and embrace relaxation. You would rather be in Hawaii or Aruba than at work. For that matter the chiropractor beats being at work.
You are steadfast. You have a few good weeks, followed by some down weeks; then you are back up again. You play it safe and try not to ruffle any feathers. If you had a therapist they would fall asleep more than once during any therapy sessions. You don’t have a therapist though because meh!
You are a go getter. Most of the time you are going to get some fast food on your way home, but once a year you are going to the great outdoors. Lord forgive anyone who tries to stop you from having time to recharge while you are tripping over downed logs and blackberry bushes.
Stereotypes are bad.
You are most likely female.
Bad steroypes can be true.
When in doubt sports teams can bring people together. You don’t have to be a diehard fan to support the blazers; but we can tell your commitment to the Blazers by how much you complain about the traffic.
To be fair you probably didn’t realize what this one was before you picked it. The blue and brown made it a bit ambiguous. Once you heard it was Star Wars you shrugged and laid down. You may be sick of the pop culture, but the nastalgia keeps you from complaining too much.
We are interested to hear your ideas for