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i find that a lot of people who post have a lot of great saying attached to there post for example like "i am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how i react to it." (charles swindoll) if you want to make god... Read More


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    We had buttons at work that some instrument rep had brought in that said "hemmorhoids can be fun". Apparently whoever came up with THAT slogan had never had them.

    (Me either, but sheesh)
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    You are what you don't poop.

    Raising teenagers is like nailing jello to a tree.

    But seriously I'm a Dan Quayle fan:

    If we don't succeed we run the risk of failure.

    Pollution is not the problem, the problem is the impurities in the air and water.
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    "Ah, the patient doing that shaking thing again!" Student Paramedic
    "It's called a SEIZURE!" ER Nurse

    "Put em in room 10!" (Our physic room)

    "We have a a line for 10." (Always a fun shift)

    And my personal favorite "Your not that busy!" Said during a code, a full ER/WR, and two traumas en-route.

    :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle
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    I can't remember who said these, but I really like them

    "Duct tape is like the force; there's a light side and a dark side and it holds the universe together."

    "God made dirt, and dirt hurts, so don't get it in your eye!"

    "Happiness is like peeing your pants; everyone can see it, but only you can feel the warmth!"

    These are just some of my favs!

    Mike
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    "How much more grevious are the consequences of anger than the causes of it."
    Marcus Aurelius


    "Beware of the fury of the patient man."
    John Dryden

    "Love the heart that hurts you, but never hurt the heart that loves you"
    Vipin Sharma


    "Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your mind off your goals."
    Unknown

    "Given a long enough life span, everybody dies. So my job as a nurse of a terminal patient then is to treat death, give the patient a death that is as close to free from pain and discomfort as I can make it."
    Myself (in an debate about titrating morphine gtt on semicomatose patient with dyspnea, still use this argument quite a lot.)
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    Quote from elthia
    "Given a long enough life span, everybody dies. So my job as a nurse of a terminal patient then is to treat death, give the patient a death that is as close to free from pain and discomfort as I can make it."
    Myself (in an debate about titrating morphine gtt on semicomatose patient with dyspnea, still use this argument quite a lot.)
    I stole your quote...properly cited, of course! I wish I had said it.

    Thank you!

    Elizabeth
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    Quote from TreetopAngel_RN
    I stole your quote...properly cited, of course! I wish I had said it.

    Thank you!

    Elizabeth
    No problem, actually feel rather all blushy and pleased. Care of a terminal patient is a soapbox of mine.
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    You know you are having a bad day when you find a tampon behind your ear and cannot find your pencil.
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    "There is no problem so large that it cannot be overcome by a suitable application of high explosive." US Army, unknown

    "As long as you are talking, you aren't learning anything." J.P. McHugh, my father.

    KM
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    Quote from JCRN
    You know you are having a bad day when you find a tampon behind your ear and cannot find your pencil.
    I have to admit, I threw my pen in the sharps box one afternoon. In my pocket was the IV needle (the kind that when used, has no sharp sticking out, it's inside the plastic thing). THAT went into a sharps box lickety-split, as I realized where my pen was.


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