RECEPTIONISTS ASK PATIENTS – “WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH YOU”…………………..
“MATTER” IN A MEDICAL SENSE COULD REFER TO BRAIN TISSUE –
SO YOU COULD SAY TELL THE DOCTOR IT’S MY “GREY MATTER”
Saying, “What’s the matter with you?” has a completely different meaning. And it usually sounds rude or offensive.
In fact, when you say, “What’s the matter with you?” you are not really asking what is wrong with the person.
You are suggesting that the individual did something wrong or stupid.
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