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Hi! Thanks for checking out my page. I've been a member of allnurses since Apr 8th, '11. I have no blogs or journals to follow, but you are welcome to find me on the threads I follow, where I love humor and silliness to counter the seriousness of life. Feel free to chime in. Currently work PD/Geriatrics.

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    The Dude / The Duke = same thing, only different.

    "Bigger than Life"

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    Tude-la-tude
    (that's kind of like an ism-Ism. maybe.)

    Vocabulary Amplification = *Inventing Words*

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    Orca likes this.

    Had a patient years ago, who took 18 & 1/2 pills every 8 AM med pass. She took them one. at. a. time. while I stood at the med cart watching all my patients yet to receive their 8 AM's, walk into the dining room, where pill-passing was verboten. I hated chasing patients around trying to get the pill-push DONE before I had to start the next one! AAARRRGGGHHH!

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    Da-Da! (It's Baby-Talk. OH! Didn't Jan and Dean have a song called "Baby Talk"? It started 'Da-da-da-da, Dada-uomwhap-uomwhap oum-wa-wa-wa!'
    Am I right or am I right?

    The Word Is:
    CERTITUDE

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    Orca, Davey Do, and OldDude like this.

    I've got nice penmanship. Most of the thyme I spell correctly.
    AND
    I also have more "Likes" than Davey-Do. (Burns his arse, it does. )

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    Quote from amoLucia
    Pope John XXIII

    (NSIME - Chief Halftown? Sally Starr? And how could you NOT list Soupy Sales with White Fang and Black Tooth? And Howdy Doody. Mickey Mouse. A child of the 50's here. I do remember the old Queen for a Day. Do you remember Colorforms - little sticky things you stuck on the TV screen?)
    Unfamiliar with Chief Halftown; The only "Starr" I remember is from the funny pages, 'Brenda Starr'.

    Oh yeah, Soupy Sales! How could I forget that?
    "Luh-oh, Luh-oh, Luh-oh ". . .that was how White Fang and Black Fang spoke, if I remember correctly. It was spoken well before Scooby-Do was animated and before he ever verbalized his 'Ruh-Roh!' Soupy Sales was one of our favorites because he was nutty and funny!

    Colorforms?...The name is vaguely familiar, but I don't recall putting anything on a TV screen.

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    The 'word' is:
    Spin and Marty
    (Tim Considine and Tommy Kirk)
    Tim went on to be the oldest brother in My Three Sons, with Fred MacMurray
    and Tommy was the kid who turned into the Shaggy Dog)

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    PS:

    amoLu, reach way back for these:

    *I Married Joan
    *December Bride
    * ____?____Can't remember the name, but the main 'character' was a Bassett Hound whose thoughts we could hear spoken...?
    *George and Gracie Allen
    *The Red Skelton Show
    *The Jack Benny Show
    *My Little Margie and Oh Susannah! (--both starred Gail Storm)
    *The Real McCoys
    *Car 54, Where Are You?

    And I did NOT like Milton Berle, which is why I have left him out

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    St Francis the Talking Mule was a Catholic?

    The Vatican

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    sharpeimom likes this.

    Never heard of Bertie Bunyip. WHAT on earth kind of creature is THAT?
    Besides Romper Room we watched:

    *Crusader Rabbit
    *Pinky Lee
    *Kookla, Fran and Ollie
    *The Big Brother Bob Emory Show (After we said the Pledge of Allegiance, we were supposed to drink a glass of milk while they were playing "Hail to the Chief" and showing a photo of Prez. Ike Eisenhower and the American Flag on the TV screen))
    *Tom Terrific and Mighty Manfred the Wonderdog
    *Shari Lewis and Lambchop
    *Lonesome George Gobel
    *Arthur Godfrey ("How ahr yeh,how ahr yeh, how ahr yeh")
    *Truth or Consequences
    *Beat the Clock
    *To Tell the Truth
    *The Ed Sullivan Show
    *Mr. Peepers
    *Our Miss Brooks
    *House Party with Art Linkletter
    *Queen for a Day (OMG!)
    ...ETC!

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    GrumpyRN likes this.

    YAAAAY, Grumpacious One!

    I've had 2 weeks off while helping husband transition into the diabetic life, and...now I don't want to go back to work‚Äč. *SIGH*

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    mArinara?

    Was that a caps-lock mistake or is there a significance to that mysteriously capitalized "A" ?

    I'm to lazy to look up the French spelling for "What is that/it?",
    So, I'll say it phonetically: "kesk-ih-say?"

    Per TOS I am requested to post in English only . . .
    . . .And *I* am being a "Do-Bee", not a "Don't-Bee"!

    ROMPER STOMPER BOMPER BOO!

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    Franz, ummmm, Lizst? Liszt?

    Tang Tounglers

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    Quote from FranEMTnurse
    OH NO, NOT THAT! The p p person above m m me s s stutters.
    It is a little known fact that maybe eight to twelve or so years before she was born, the poster above me wrote the popular song: "K-K-K-Katie, beautiful Katie, You're the only g-g-g-girl that I adore; When the M-m-m-moon shines, over the mountains, I'll be w-w-w-waiting by the kitchen d-door."
    So who is the REAL stutterer here, FranEM, eh????

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    GrumpyRN and herring_RN like this.

    Do the Breakroom Squares do actual square-dancing?
    Maybe they play musical chairs/squares?
    Or are Breakroom squares home-baked snacks made in a brownie pan and cut into squares?
    Are The Breakroom Squares people who are duddy, uncool, overly-adult types who have been accused of wrecking, and thus 'breaking up', the hotel room in which they held their latest party?
    Enquiring minds want to know, even if they don't realize it.


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