That awkward moment when.... - page 2

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It's a stormy night and you are quietly looking over orders in the ED, minding your own business, and suddenly from bay 4 you hear a little girl sing-song: It's raining, It's pouring, The old man is snoring-- He bumped his... Read More


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    Ankles and calves at walmart....chf...pvd...
    mroseRN, chanteurdelamour, C-lion, and 20 others like this.
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    I once worked in a facility with kind of an old fashioned call light system. The sound of the call bells just happened to sound exactly like the buzzer for the game Taboo. Family game night got weird...
    KelRN215 and KimberlyRN89 like this.
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    I often have thought someone was responding to internal stimuli when they are using blue tooth.
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    Quote from SamHill
    Ankles and calves at walmart....chf...pvd...
    I do it all the time!! Especially if the lower extremities are discolored, I think to myself, "Vascular ulcers waiting to happen!"
    poppycat and nrsang97 like this.
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    I am always worried about when the last time someone had a bowel movement and why they have or haven't. My dog had the runs and I asked my husband what he ate and suggested a banana. My husband is so used to it he tells me about his bowel movements and gets worried about the color, LOL
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    Quote from cienurse
    I do it all the time!! Especially if the lower extremities are discolored, I think to myself, "Vascular ulcers waiting to happen!"
    Me too!!!
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    Quote from Mandychelle79
    I often have thought someone was responding to internal stimuli when they are using blue tooth.

    Yes they look like a schizophrenic talking to themselves walking up and down the aisles at the grocery store. Then you realize they are using a blue tooth and aren't so worried about them anymore.
    Fiona59, IRF-Nurse, poppycat, and 1 other like this.
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    My cousin is at my house right now. He has a broken elbow and his arm is in a sling and I constantly want to fix it. I also make sure he keeps it elevated as well.
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    My friend works L&D at the same hospital where I work, and they call "code 100" overhead for a baby in distress during or after birth. Anyway she was in Stop&Shop the other day and heard "code 100" and became frantic not sure where to run! Turns out they call it at the deli counter for some reason, still not sure why!
    C-lion, NBMom1225, poppycat, and 6 others like this.
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    I often look at kids and think, "Ohhhhh, he's got a syndrome." I swear half the kids in this town have low-set ears...
    brillohead, NurseDirtyBird, klone, and 3 others like this.


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