Update on Gross Out Co-Worker - page 8

Last week she came into the nurses station and urinated while she told us something that was going on with a patient. We were shocked...I'm not talking a little dribble...pant leg was clinging to... Read More

  1. by   VivaLasViejas
    And I can't believe we're still talking about this..........
  2. by   cowgirltlp
    leave an note on her locker that simple says www.allheart.com they have really cheap scrubs. I am talking like $6 for pants or tops. How much cheaper can she get? unless of course she goes to Goodwill or even Ebay! I have bought "lots" of scrubs off of ebay with the tags still on most of them. When I say "lots" I am not talking about a lot of scrubs, I am talking about some people sell put lots of scrubs all together as one item and they go cheap!
  3. by   RN007
    Quote from mjlrn97
    And I can't believe we're still talking about this..........
    I don't know, Marla ... I'm definitely fascinated by this narrative. I think we all want to see how the story ends ... If it ends ... Surely it will end ... Won't it ... ?

    Linda
  4. by   RunnerRN
    I, as well, am quite interested to see where this finally goes. It is my current online soap opera.....(dramatic voice over) Will the OP finally confront the phantom urinator? Or will they live in stinky squalor forever?
  5. by   mimer2861
    Does she have direct contact with patients? Health hazard
  6. by   slinkeecat
    I would love to see the documentation...

    @0900 hrs Subject farted. It was really bad.
    0930 hrs puddle of yellow liquid observed @ subject's left foot...
    0945 hrs Hazmat called.

    Bahhwahhhaaa
  7. by   RN007
    Yesterday I was walking out of a restaurant w/too much stuff in my arms: purse, 2 to-go boxes, etc. and my kid's leftover Sprite in a cup ... which got turned sideways and started spilling down my leg. Guess where my thoughts drifted to ... ? Yep! (I need a life.)
  8. by   PANurseRN1
    Quote from RGN1
    Is it just me who is having trouble believing this is for real?

    I can't imagine a hospital putting up with this from an employee or no-body putting in an official complaint?

    It is amusing but I just can't get my head around it being real!
    Not just you. I haven't believed any of this for one red-hot second.
  9. by   gauge14iv
    Quote from RN007
    Yesterday I was walking out of a restaurant w/too much stuff in my arms: purse, 2 to-go boxes, etc. and my kid's leftover Sprite in a cup ... which got turned sideways and started spilling down my leg. Guess where my thoughts drifted to ... ? Yep! (I need a life.)
    You oughtta copy and paste this to the "You know you have been on allnurses.com too long when......" thread!
  10. by   VivaLasViejas
    Quote from RN007
    I don't know, Marla ... I'm definitely fascinated by this narrative. I think we all want to see how the story ends ... If it ends ... Surely it will end ... Won't it ... ?

    Linda
    *snort*
  11. by   MS._Jen_RN
    Someone should write to Emily Post, you know, Miss Manners, and see what she thinks. . .
    ~Jen
  12. by   gauge14iv
    Heh - we should start our own syndicated nursey advice column...

    "Dear Florence..."
  13. by   Elisheva
    Quote from RN007
    I don't know, Marla ... I'm definitely fascinated by this narrative. I think we all want to see how the story ends ... If it ends ... Surely it will end ... Won't it ... ?

    Linda
    All good things must come to an "end".

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