501 ways to know you've been on allnurses.com too long! - page 13

all right. i confess! i'm a proper addict! this is a fantastic website - filled with goodies and great people. and i know that i'm not alone :) so... i challenge forum members to describe... Read More

  1. by   peridotgirl
    Instead of studying conversions for your LPN class, you are busy looking at the website anxiously waiting to see if you've gotten a reply. LOL! I'm doing just that right now!
  2. by   peridotgirl
    when you hold your urine too long from trying to read all the posts... LOL!
  3. by   elizabells
    181. When one of your Facebook quotes comes from a mod's signature line.


    What? You really CAN'T trust a 35-weeker. Wily little boogers...
    Last edit by elizabells on Jan 11, '08 : Reason: um, swears are bad.
  4. by   curiousauntie
    when the only indication of the time of day is the little clock in the lower right hand side of my computer screen, and I know that it lies...I HAVE NOT been on allnurses for 3 hours already...it is NOT time to go to bed...
  5. by   squeakykitty
    When you look at a new link on the home page and know by the title exactly who the original poster is without even opening the thread.

    When you dream that you're here posting.
  6. by   squeakykitty
    You follow the posts of 2 members who have joined up in the last 9 or 10 months and think that these two are going to be future moderators here someday.
  7. by   mrsraisinkain
    185. I just had an entire conversation on the phone with my husband and have no idea what we talked about because I was too busy reading this thread.
  8. by   prmenrs
    You had to get a wrist support wrap because your right wrist is hurting using that mouse so long.
  9. by   RacheloneRN
    187. You were so excited when you passed your boards because you could go change your username to usernameRN.
  10. by   aussiemags
    188. your right hand is numb / frozen solid from using the mouse, and circulation is threatened.
    189. you go on allnurse to ask what to do with right hand, now numb and no circulation
    190. you skim read as fast as possible in order to get to the final posting so you can add your own contribution
    191 or you just jump ahead anyway and post your incredibly funny and pertinent response only to realise you have just added what every second person has already posted
  11. by   aussiemags
    [quote=Mave RN;1812206]82. You find yourself recruiting new people for allnurses.

    do it all the time. then wonder if they have joined, what their user name might be.
  12. by   aussiemags
    Quote from peridotgirl
    I agree with # 174! I do this ALL the time. People just don't know what they are missing. This forum is incredibly hilarious and the other forums and awsome too! Some forums are even educational. I swear, I'm learning more from the website than I have in my LPN class... LOL!
    I ALSO FIND i LEARN ALOT FROM ALLNURSES, OFTEN ON THE HUMOURUS SITES. THE MAIN THING I LOVE ABOUT ALLNURSES IS THE FEELING OF SUPPORT. READING THAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE HAVING SIMILAR FEELINGS AND EXPERIECNES MAKES ME FEEL LIKE ITS ALL OK.
  13. by   sbenning5
    I haven't even been on here all that long and I already find that I'll be telling someone a story and have to stop - "Wait, did that happen to me or did I read that on allnurses.com" :chuckle

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