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- May 7, '12 by SeriouslyRadNQuote from Hygiene QueenYou read my mind!What I don't get is that it was the sleeping room...
The door was locked...
Noises were heard...
And they bust in?
Would you do that in a toilet?
You have the same thing.
The door is locked and noises are heard.
You're going to break down the stall door on somebody?
What if they're masturbating in there?
Now you can get them in trouble for masturbating at work?
I have a great distaste for adultery but I'm no judge either.
Some are so quick to want to fire people.
I think the story is hokey, anyway.
Not saying the OP made it up, but maybe the story got twisted a bit before it got to the OP's ears.
The door thing doesn't make sense.
- Quote from pawsomepooch47Its not an either or. I can do both. I'm that good, lol.What do you care about more when you're being paid to care for critically ill patients--your sex life or you patients life? There are plenty of other places to have sex...NOT at work!
- May 7, '12 by Old.TimerQuote from Psychtrish39She delivers herself like a pizza right to his door at the hospital and he can't go anywhere else. Truthfully, otherwise, he likely couldn"t be bothered to invest the energy and his precious free time on her outside of work.My question sexual frustration or not is who on earth would want to go to their workplace off duty or not and have sex..? he was wrong and so was she and she should have been fired as well.. we nurses are supposed to have ethical and moral character. I mean I like sex as well as anyone but by Gosh why at work. Haven't they heard of off duty and Motel 6 ?
- Quote from CrazierThanYouI know. I had to tell my spouse that one! Because I enjoy a healthy relationship with my partner of 26 years, I need counseling. ROTFLOLSex addiction? REALLY?
I just have to giggle...
- May 7, '12 by anotheroneI am only on page 7 so far, but has this been addressed...............a CCU nurse needed a dr now, enough to page multiple times and go LOOKING for the dr. what about the patient? Not sure how this works, but the times i have needed the dr NOW or enough that I would consider hunting them down , the last thing I would do is leave my patient to go get the maintanence man. Yes i would page the nursing supervisor, for the patient's sake. How long did this whole fiasco take and what was the dr even being paged for ?
- The OPs subsequent posts are so completely preposterous, I think it's clear we've been trolled. OP clearly has a chip on their shoulder about something, and the whole scenario is ridiculous.
- May 7, '12 by Hygiene QueenQuote from BlueDevil,DNPNo.Because I enjoy a healthy relationship with my partner of 26 years, I need counseling.
You need a standing ovation!
Twenty-six years of a "healthy relationship" is a pretty freaking awesome thing!
High-fives and standing ovations for all!
- May 7, '12 by Esme12Quote from pawsomepooch47Maybe there is one big significant reason she thinks he's hot.That hospitalist is over 60 and prior to becoming a hospitalist he was a GP in this community for years. And a nasty self centered ass. What attracted her to him, most of us cannot figure out.
Really it isn't a big deal. I seriously doubt he will be fired. I am positive he will be afraid his wife will find out. Your statement that he's a nasty self centered ass.......tell me just the kind of alley cat MD he is, they were two consenting adults and the nurse was not in duty. They couldn't get a room he was supposed to be at the hospital in the sleep room. Trust me this goes on ALL the time. At least he was in the building.....I had one that I would page overhead at the hospital down the road (non affiliate) because he was getting paid by 2 places. The drama behind the scenes is amazing and covered up by administration, you just can't make this stuff up. I once had a pair of VP's who would go at it in the car in the garage, you see that car a rocking don't go knocking.
My cup of tea? no......but not illegal
- I'm not 60 yet, but if when I am the mood strikes in an unconventional spot, I'm LOCKING THE DOOR (see, now, this detail is a critical point) and going for it!
- May 7, '12 by Hygiene QueenQuote from anotheroneDarn good point!...a CCU nurse needed a dr now, enough to page multiple times and go LOOKING for the dr. what about the patient? Not sure how this works, but the times i have needed the dr NOW or enough that I would consider hunting them down , the last thing I would do is leave my patient to go get the maintanence man.