Taking this in a different direction...... I have often thought I should keep a book of all the funny things my patients say to me. Many of them have dementia so the entertainment value is often quite high. I currently have a generally very pleasant lady who gets lonely in her side room and calls for the nurses all the time. She can be quite imaginative with her attempts to get attention, the other day she started shouting "help, help, I'm pregnant and the baby's coming now!". As she is well past 90, this did cause some amusement.
When my first husbands grandfather was dying, and bedridden in their house, he was on such a potent cocktail of drugs that he would appear quite a bit more demented at times than he had been before. It was, understandably, a trying few months for the family, but they had to acknowledge that it afforded them one or two laughs. One was when he wanted one of us to tune his electric razor for him because we know how to get a channel with much nicer music on it; another time he had the bedclothes pushed back and was asking for a match to light his candle. He didn't have a candle - he was pointing to his p*nis!