What's wrong with kids today? (and I'm not even that old) - page 6

I'm in my mid twenties and I'm just shocked at how kids my age are acting. It's not just one or two experiences that have made me :uhoh3::confused::rolleyes: - but several, here are the ones that... Read More

  1. Visit  Florence NightinFAIL profile page
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    You guys gave me a lot to think about, thanks. I won't be too harsh in my judgement next time (I always remained professional and caring - just kept those thoughts in my head).
    Otessa likes this.
  2. Visit  xtxrn profile page
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    I'm female, and had to do the yardwork, family laundry,as well as the indoor stuff...... your daughter has to do nothing? Is Paris Hilton her idol??? LOL (if so, my condolences )
  3. Visit  anotherone profile page
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    Quote from Kooky Korky
    I was with you until you expressed such a lack of caring about your patients.
    Maybe you could try a little kindness and some sympathy, some teaching, some humor, some encouragement instead of just figuring that your load will be lighter if they leave.
    Don't worry in front of them I teach until I am blue in the face and page up to the attending to come talk to the pt who wants to eat 3 dinner trays right before their colonoscopy.......My load will be heavier, as a I will have to deal with a discharge and a new admission......
  4. Visit  carolmaccas66 profile page
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    I've noticed today that 'kids' - in their 20's - do act more childish and babyish. I, very much accidentally, pushed my trolley/shopping cart into the back of a 20-something's heel today and apologised, then walked on - mind you, this 'girl' stopped dead right in front of me, so a collision was inevitable. Well, this woman/girl abused the hell out of me and I was thinking as I was walking away: how freekin childish! I was called every name under the sun and verbally abused in a crowded shopping centre, so I turned back and told this girl to GROW UP and that she wouldn't get anywhere in life acting like a baby. Of course, she abused me more, even though I did say it was an accident. She was literally crying and I didn't even hit her that hard; hell, my trolley had one very light item in it! Get over it already.
    My niece is nearly 26 and still hasn't grown up. They all live in what I call 'La La Land'. La la land is a wonderful place, where you flirt and live in a magical world, where no-one should EVER be nasty to you, everything is everyone else's fault, and you don't have to be responsible for anything. These girls are babied by mummy & daddy from the day they are born, and it shows nowadays, big time.
    Yeh some of these new, young nurses really, really annoy me too.
  5. Visit  xtxrn profile page
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    It's sad. I'm sort of slow from mobility issues, and now shop at 3-4 a.m. to avoid being 'tailgated', or having people sigh heavily if I can't get out of the way fast enough. I stay to the sides of aisles, but there are always those who can't get past me fast enough. So, to avoid the hassle and nastiness, I just go in the middle of the night on my monthly shopping day.
  6. Visit  Blu rose profile page
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    Quote from xtxrn
    It's sad. I'm sort of slow from mobility issues, and now shop at 3-4 a.m. to avoid being 'tailgated', or having people sigh heavily if I can't get out of the way fast enough. I stay to the sides of aisles, but there are always those who can't get past me fast enough. So, to avoid the hassle and nastiness, I just go in the middle of the night on my monthly shopping day.
    That's sad! I'm in my early twenties and even I don't like many people in my age group (those I know). The good thing is that not everybody is rude
  7. Visit  Tait profile page
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    Three whiny patients do not a generation make.
    Darjeeling22 and butterfly134 like this.

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