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- Mar 24, '12 by hey_suzQuote from BostonTerrierLoverRNI hope you don't mean you are going to give it back to her when you are done laughing! Ha ha!!Hahahaha
I am going to have to borrow a Depend's pad from my grandmother to read this thread I can tell now.
- Mar 24, '12 by BostonTerrierLoverRNJust found one more flaw in southern dialect, we "borrow" everything! toilet paper, light bulbs, pens, . . .and "fixing to. . ."You would be surprised how many onions I have borrowed and never returned, thank god huh?
- Mar 25, '12 by ClearBlueOctoberSkyI was leaving a message for a Dr. about one of his patients and I started the name off with Z as in Xylophone. Needless to say, I was very glad that the answering service that was doing the transcribing called me back to clarify.
Me: Oh Dear, did I really say that?
Him: Yeah, you did.
Let's just say it was Residents 1, Nurse 0, for this night.
- Mar 25, '12 by heronQuote from Do-overI found it here in Albuquerque under the name Marmite.Strangely, I've had that old Men At Work song stuck in my head lately...
Everytime I see Vegemite (the do actually sell it at Meijers), I am really intrigued (have been since the 80s probably when that song came out). I am SO curious about how it tastes...
I mean, I love peanut butter or nutella on my toast. Can something called Vegemite really compare?Last edit by heron on Mar 25, '12 : Reason: shortened