Well, it wasn't during his discharge. Had a patient needed an IV, HIV pos., who kept giving his nurse a bad time about it. She was fairly new, had gotten a decent stick in his forearm but he kept screaming about how much it hurt, take it out and he'd let her stick him anywhere else but not there! She pulled it, and came for me.
She had an Irish last name, when we went in he put on a fake Irish accent and asked if I had to save him from that crazy Irishwoman now. I looked at her, back to him, held up the angiocath and said "from my end of the needle, I can make this hurt." He looked shocked, stopped, held still, got his IV in, never said another thing about it. Brought me Godiva chocolates on his next admit. Asked me to take his ATM card and get cash for him, laughed his head off when I gave him back his slip of paper with the PIN number scratched out along with the cash and said "only you would do that". We got along pretty well!