Oh, this is just too funny: From the Vail Times: Thromboembolectomy. A quick snip:
am yet again sitting in such a meeting, right this moment, typing this as it happens, and the doctor speaking has just used his laser pointer to indicate an MRI of the “Circle of Willis.”
Now, “Circle of Willis” is an anatomical term – I know this because of the context – but that’s all I can tell you about it.
I also have wireless internet access at this meeting. I could Google “Circle of Willis” right now and figure out which part of the body he’s talking about. Could be the knee. Could be the brain. I really don’t know.
And I don’t want to know, because that would ruin everything.
Because if I actually started learning things, then all the magic would be gone. As it is, every time the doctor says “Circle of Willis,” which is about every two minutes, I think exactly what you are thinking right now:
“Wha’ choo talkin’ bout, Willis?”
If I were there with him, I'd probably be doing the same thing.