I was taking this test where we see standardized patients*, take a history and physical on them, then write the whole thing up, come up with a differential diagnosis, and order some fake tests. It's a timed test for both the interview and the write-up, so you tend to rush through and not care much about spelling and whatnot. Still, I finished one patient and had a bit of time to review my write up, at which point I found this:
"64 year old female complaining of left sided chest pain following exertion. Patient was taking her dong for a walk when she began feeling chest pain."
Hahahahahahahahaha, dong, hahahahahah, no but seriously, delete.
*note: Standardized patients are actors paid to pretend to have certain diseases and to give us information only when we ask the right questions. It's a bit like a LARPing in terms of realness, skill at acting, and awkwardness.