Sterile field contamination? - page 2

I have a serious question, but I'm posting it here because it is pretty darn funny. Last fall during typical first-quarter classes...one topic being contamination of sterile fields...a thought... Read More

  1. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from earle58
    ok, i'll fess up to a story that belongs in Rippers Believe It or Not.

    i think back to marriage #1.
    i was a young bride of 18, my husband only a few yrs older.
    he truly was a brilliant, brilliant man.
    his humor however....well, the following should speak for itself.

    one noc he wanted to show me the results of lighting a match as he breezed.
    the visuals: him on his back, shorts around ankles, w/legs extended upright, knees partially flexed.
    he lit a match as he breezed...the blue flame was impressive.
    burning his b*lls while frantically blowing out the match, with the panic-stricken look on his face: priceless.

    i don't think i ever laughed so hard in my life.
    30 yrs later, i still can't get that whole scene out of my mind.
    so listen to angie.
    don't light a match.

    leslie

    Impressed ya, didn't he?



    ROFL!
  2. by   smilin_gp
    I think this might actually be a good one for Mythbusters. I can just see it now,and what they'd have to eat to emit the various forms of gas/particle combinations!
  3. by   Nurse`Chief~Chickie
    Quote from mamat
    ya know, i once saw a skit on either snl or madtv...it was a fake commercial for an anal plug that made your toots sound like a phone ringing or whatever you wanted. maybe someone could make a plug that filters.

    ya know, hunters have charcoal liners for their britches that are for that very purpose. how will we incorporate that into our scrubs?
  4. by   UM Review RN
    Quote from nurse`chief~chickie
    ya know, hunters have charcoal liners for their britches that are for that very purpose. how will we incorporate that into our scrubs?
    seriously?

    i'm having a really bad visual here--of the nurse who insists on wearing whites, with a little charcoal filter showing through the backside.... :chuckle


    leslie, that story was priceless!
  5. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from nurse`chief~chickie
    ya know, hunters have charcoal liners for their britches that are for that very purpose. how will we incorporate that into our scrubs?

    baking powder in our underwear - sealed with duct tape!!!!
  6. by   muffie
    funny funny nurses!

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