Latest Comments by No Stars In My Eyes

Latest Comments by No Stars In My Eyes

No Stars In My Eyes 19,668 Views

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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    Didn't Elvis sing a song about a wooden heart?

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    Quote from StNeotser
    I see this site getting a spike in business..........

    Everybody Sucks 216
    A "Campaign Button" seen in a political cartoon: "2016 / meh"

    When I heard about Cruz's Campaign Crumbling, I did a couple of bounces and hops around the room, and then I did my Happy Dance!

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    Nurse: No! No way can you POSSIBLY be pregnant! That's crazy!

    Patient: B-b-but when I peed, the rabbit died!

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    StNeotser and herring_RN like this.

    Afternoon, all!

    It is only in the high 40's here, supposed to get up to a tropical 52; wind doesn't make it feel very warm. Brrrr. I am wearing a cotton turtleneck, a cotton Henley, a quilted nylon vest, and when I go out I add a hoody.

    Got the dogs to the groomer at long (too-long) last. It is amazing; they look like different dogs.

    In about 40 minutes I will leave and run over to the mechanic to have the oil dipstick replaced and the oil changed. Coupla' uther thangs he needs to check; prolly won't take an hour.

    YIPPEEEEEEEE! I heard hubby tell his daughter that he is going over to visit with Nanny (his mom) this W/E and will be leaving either Saturday afternoon or Sunday AM. Now if he can only tolerate staying there through at least Thursday...
    Last time he was going to spend a week there and he came home after 2 days. If I am going to end up working this w/e (because I haven't heard otherwise) he better not be gone just the days I am working and come home Mon or Tues, because if he does, I will be spittin', dirt-kickin' MAD!
    However, if that be the case he can darn well just get on down to the unemployment office and also fill out applications at places near here, starting the next morning after the afternoon he returns, because it is really and truly about effin' TIME! I have been MORE than understanding and patient, and carried more than my share for quite some time. MY TURN!

    ETA: Steph, Tell you son to locate the 12/4/2015 issue of the WEEK magazine; on pages 40 + 41, there is a story about an Italian surgeon, Dr. Sergio Canavero, "who hopes to perform the first-ever head transplant." Valery Spiridonov, a Russian graphic artist with severe muscular atrophy, wants to be the first patient. Maybe your son can say he was the actual, real first-head-transplant ever!

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    poppycat likes this.

    Quote from GHGoonette
    You mean, without asking themselves if Bambi is a boy's or a girl's name? Like parents who call their daughters Nikita?
    Wouldn't it be awful if Nikita's middle name was Kruschev?

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    The poster above me leaps before shr looks.

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    Quote from amoLucia
    Magda, ZsaZsa & Eva
    They were sort of the 'Paris Hiltons' of their day, famous for being famous.


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    poppycat likes this.

    Do you know, there are real women, living today, whose Mom and Dad thoughtlessly named her "Bambi"?

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    Quote from toomuchbaloney
    I'm not sure about splinters, but he had knots for certain.
    He had knot-holes?

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    BCgradnurse, nurseactivist, Ted, and 5 others like this.


    Late afternoon here. it's been a sunny day, but windy and cool enough that I've had to wear a quilted vest all day.

    Here's sumpin' I find kind of funny. And mind you, this is not a complaint; God is blessing me with many opportunities to practice loving patience.
    Here's the funny part:
    It actually really and truly JUST TODAY came to me from whence my step-daughter got her Chatty-Kathy-Yakkity-Yakkity-Yak-Talk-Talk-Talking from. From her father. Here I've been married for 26 & 1/2 years and I realized it only just now? Proof positive that 'Love is blind'.
    I know there may come a day when I might wish I was secretly rolling my eyes about it still, but (*sigh*) hubby has been jabbering on and on all day. We've hit the re-run mode, I guess, because I've heard some of these comments and conversational trends about three times already. He REALLY needs to go over to his mom's and bend her ear for a change. I will have several days of peace and quiet, and then, when he comes back ... please God, a JOB better claim a good bit of his attention after that.

    All for now. Back later!

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    Quote from Farawyn
    Too bad there's not really a membe...
    never mind.
    Know whut ya mean!
    I also think it is attractive that HardwoodRN can not speak!

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    greasy, grimey gopher-guts

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    Pt: "And when the singer hit that high note, the glasses on the guy sitting in back of me just shattered! It was like a hundred p.o'd yellow jackets were dive-bombing my head! It was AWFUL!
    Nurse: "And you expect me to pull out all those little bloody pieces of glass out of your greasy, crusty scalp?? I'll need some gloves and tweezers! Eeeauuuwwww!"