Old Frank's 90th birthday was approaching, so he thought he'd go in for his yearly medical exam. The doctor looked him over and said, "Frank, you look better than you have in years! Whatevery you've been doing sure agrees with you."
Frank said, "Well, doctor, I just listened to what you said last time I was here." Puzzled, the doctor asked, "What was it that I said?"
"Well, doc," Frank replied, "you told me to 'get a hot mama and be cheerful'. So that's what I've been doing for the past year, and boy am I having a good time! I've been dating only women under 30 and have been out dancing and partying and having a blast!"
The doctor just sat there for a moment, then reached over and grabbed a notepad. He scribbled a name on it, then tore the page off the pad. Handing the paper to Frank, the doctor said, "Well, I can see that you're really the picture of good health, but I would like for you to see this specialist."
"But why, doc?" Frank asked. "I feel fine and you just said I'm the picture of health."
To which the doctor replied, "Yes, that's true, but I'm afraid your hearing has gone bad. Last time you were here, I didn't tell you to get a hot mama and be cheerful. Frank, what I said was "You've got a heart murmur. Be careful!"