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4th Nursing Caption Contest - Win $100 - page 4

This will be our 4th Caption Contest. Similar to prior Caption Contests the winner will get $100. Good afternoon nurses your mission, should you choose to accept it, involves coming up with a... Read More

  1. Visit  erincking profile page
    #39 1
    "Don't walk away, I'm having a seizure."
  2. Visit  ExtraShotNoWhip profile page
    #40 3
    so I was standing on the corner minding my own business and some guy hit me....
    Last edit by tnbutterfly on Apr 29, '12
  3. Visit  Sadunlap profile page
    #41 0
    "OK ... you are right... nothing wrong with your hand - eye coordination... !"
  4. Visit  flashpoint profile page
    #42 0
    "I didn't mean to call you DOCTOR...really, I didn't!"
  5. Visit  Thujone profile page
    #43 2
    Just a nurse, huh?
  6. Visit  ahudgens profile page
    #44 2
    Just because I answered your call light all night long, does not make me your call girl...
  7. Visit  Camwill profile page
    #45 1
    I guess she hasn't received her acceptance letter yet, I better stop bragging about mine.
    Last edit by Camwill on Apr 29, '12 : Reason: spelling
  8. Visit  orthonurse55 profile page
    #46 1
    I should never have told a night nurse that "all she ever does is sleep!"
  9. Visit  NotReady4PrimeTime profile page
    #47 0
    "What did I say? I just called her an Angel of Mercy, not a Naughty Nurse!"
  10. Visit  Luvsexytrstno1 profile page
    #48 1
    Hey I'm just a big Marvin Gaye fan. "Sexual Healing" is my favorite song, I sing it all the time.
  11. Visit  tnbutterfly profile page
    #49 0
    When I said you looked like a dog nurse I only meant your scrubs reminded me of my dog's vet tech. I didn't mean you look like a dog.
  12. Visit  Luvsexytrstno1 profile page
    #50 2
    Seriously I only wanted to show you a strange mole!
  13. Visit  BostonTerrierLoverRN profile page
    #51 7
    In prevention of "work place violence," more and more nurses on turning to the "on-the-street" approach.