The one I really can’t stand is these dopey psychologists who insist on being called doctor. Patooie! Worthless ideologues.
I used to work in a military medical clinic, in the IT department. People new to the clinic always came to the Systems shop first when in-processing, to have their computer accounts and access set up. One day a new, contract clinical psychologist came to us to in-process. Someone asked him if he was a "provider." He said, "I don't know; what's a provider?" The systems administrator then said, "Are you a doctor?"
Well, the guy's reaction to this was so hilarious that we all remembered it for years afterward. He put his arms akimbo, and in a very indignant voice stammered out, "Well, I, I, I, I, I, I, I ... I'm not a medical doctor! I have a PhD in clinical psychology, so yes, I'm a doctor, and that's what they call me. What difference does it make?"
It was as if we had challenged his manhood, his human worth, and his professional credentials, all in the simple act of asking him if he was a doctor! All we wanted to know was what level of access we had to give him.