Happily Addicted to allnurses.com - page 5

(Sung to the tune of "Winter Wonderland") Doorbell rings, I'm not list'nin', From my mouth, drool is glist'nin', I'm happy -- although my boss let me go -- Addicted to allnurses - dot-... Read More

  1. by   StressedOutNurse85
    This is so funny I didn't really think I would be too active in this forum... however I'm slowly but surely getting addicted! It's kinda like the slogan "I bet ya can't eat just one" except it's "I bet ya can't read just one." Wasn't that ruffles? I can't remember, lol
  2. by   leslymill
    I am only obsessed. If I am here after I get back into nursing, call me addicted.
  3. by   leslie :-D
    my husband has been paying extra attn to me lately.
    he's been sitting down w/me, attempting to have extended conversations, asking me to go for walks with him, wanting to cook together, etc.

    the noc before last, he got up from the couch and said, "i'd like to throw that %$#*@$% laptop out the window!!!"

    no one in my family has to ask.
    they know it's AN.

    leslie
  4. by   sharona97
    I hear ya!
  5. by   FranEMTnurse
    Me too. When I was a child, I didn't do much except get picked on, was sick most of the time, was beaten, abused in other ways, and worked worked worked.

    When I was a young adult, I joined a church and married one of the members who I didn't know at the time was mentally ill. That's where my girls came from.

    In my late thirties, I got a job as a bus driver, and when we took camp kids to parks, we got in free, and I played, played, and played some more; especially the water parks and the rollercoasters.

    When I turned 54, I moved to another state, and became a nurse.:spin: I lived, slept, and breathed nursing for a short while, until I became disabled. Then later, while surfing the internet, I found Allnurses where I continue to laugh, make others laugh, give some advice, and got addicted. Yep, it happened to me too, and I'm not one bit sorry.
  6. by   JadeOpel
    I love this sight also, very informational and addictive.
  7. by   CITCAT
    heheheheheehehhehehehehehehehehehehehehehehheheehe heehehehehehe
  8. by   CITCAT
    love that bible quote christian nurse
  9. by   nurz2be
    Happily addicted to the point of just adding allnurses to my Palm OS so that I can NOW access allnurses ANYTIME>....even in class at school....

    LOL>..... we need to have a forum somewhere called AA

    Allnurses Anonymous

    Hi, my name is Ali and I am addicted to all nurses.... OH BOY...
  10. by   RedWeasel
    WEEEEEELLLLLLL I just BURNT a sheet cake being on here too long. Completely forgot about it for 20 minutes.....it was for my brothers party tomorrow for his last day at Barber College. Well at least he ain't at chef school cuz the other one i baked is going to have to do it....and the cupcakes I'd made for myself instead of 2 cakes....even the dogs turned their noses up at it....all brown and crusty....THANKS ALL NURSES (SARCASM) geez I need help....can ya'll beat that?
  11. by   RedWeasel
    Earlier I was on here and my mom said--(was home getting ready for baking cakes HA see above post) and she scowled. "What are you doing?" "Nothing, making out my bills..." I figured it sounded respectable...she replies, "Really? Really I think you are addicted to that thing...."
  12. by   RedWeasel
    Quote from psychonurse
    There are times that I feel that way also but with less than 1000 posts I don't think that I am addicted as badly as some, but I really need to spend more time in here......this is a place that my culture lives LOL.....Nice song though and I will probably have it in the brain for the next few days....Love you all allnurses.com
    OMGOSH I saw one person with 40,000 posts, sure she was a staff member but wow....Tweet Tweet...
  13. by   prmenrs
    Tweety is a he!

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