The Doctors welcome Instagram star Doctor Mike Varshavski who was named “Sexiest Doctor Alive” by People Magazine in 2015.
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No offence to Dr Mike but I get the impression he's a workaholic. He works long shifts at the hospital, he does a YouTube show, he works out, travels the world, now is the Sexiest Doctor Alive, does photo shots, starting a foundation, saves lives - he's friggin Superman. I hope he has time for his his girlfriend and family, and his girlfriend does the same.
I feel like whenever someone is appreciated for something, people feel the need to put them down. If the title had been "Doctor Mike is a good looking doctor" or "Is Doctor Mike the most average looking Doctor in America?", the comments would have been "Good looking/average? HE'S SEXY AS HELL!", but since the title is "Is doctor Mike the sexiest doctor in America", the comments are all like "He's not special" and "He's not even cute, he's average". Why do people have to be put down in order to be complimented, and will be put down and called overrated as soon as someone says something positive? I feel like the reactions from the people calling him average aren't quite genuine and just want to put him down because of the title.
DISCLAIMER, I'm not a butthurt fan of Dr Mike. He's not even my type, but I do see why people would call him the sexiest doctor as he undoubtedly is very attractive. This rant I just did just comes from the experience of ALWAYS seeing people be put down as soon as someone appreciates something about them, or calls them the best at something. The reaction is always "Eh, not that great".
I love his YouTube ! He’s so adorable! I like he actually answers your comments and talks to you . Wish all doctors were like this ! He seems like such a nice man and I’d have a problem trying to not blush around him
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