I will test my sugar. Scott’s-my-name!
Just watch!  I’ll do it! Without shame!

And I would test it in a boat!
And at the zoo, next to a goat.
And I will test it on a plane.
And at my desk. And on a train.
And in a car; In a church pew.
It’s something I just have to do!

So I will test, not being rude.
Standing in line for some fast food.
And I will test it in the loo,
Or walking down Sixth Avenue.
And I will test it here and there.
Say! I will test it ANYWHERE!

I do not like
To hide my “D”.
Thank you!
Thank you!


Yes, I have tested in all of these places and situations … without shame.

Words and rhythm are a tribute to the legendary author Dr. Seuss, who would have turned 110 years old today. Happy Birthday!

Posted on March 2, 2014, in Diabetes, Humor and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Haha. This was awesome!!


  2. Thank you for the chuckles and the mention of Dr. Seuss’ 110th birthday.


  3. Love! Love! Love this! Thanks for the giggles 🙂


  4. Would you do it on a stage? Would you do it in a cage?
    Would you do it in a car? Would you do it at a bar?


    • I suppose it depends on the venue of the stage. If I were conducting an orchestral performance of the Star-Spangled Banner, I’d try to wait until the anthem was completed.

      It’s hard to imagine any reason I’d be in a cage to begin with. If I’m being held captive, sure – there’s not much other alternative. But if I’m in an Atlasphere, I’d risk being disqualified as an American Gladiator, which is my lifelong ambition. So in that case, no.

      Yes, unless I was riding the bumper cars – that could be dangerous. But in that case, the effects of driving-while-hypoglycemic are perfectly acceptable.

      Of course. It’s the lead-in to my foolproof pick-up line…


  5. This is lovely. 🙂


  6. Brilliant! Thanks for this fun read, with so much truth and advocacy in there, Scott.


  7. This should be in a kid’s d-book. 🙂


  8. Hahaha I love this!



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