You Know You're a Nurse When... You Know You're a Nurse When... - pg.124 | allnurses

You Know You're a Nurse When... - page 160

I know many of you have heard or read some like these...but here are some I haven't seen before. Some made me :rotfl: Hope you enjoy them...:rotfl: The front of you scrubs read: 'Nurses...here... Read More

  1. Visit  Delicate Flower profile page
    When invited to an event that requires attire other than scrubs, pajamas, or jeans, you have an anxiety attack.

    Seriously, I don't own any real people clothes.
  2. Visit  KelRN215 profile page
    *You throw away mustard that expired in 2006 and honey that is rock solid but don't gag because you've seen/smelled worse on a regular basis in your job.

    *While gardening, you understand how weeds keep coming back regardless of how often you get rid of them by thinking of them as "plant cancer".
  3. Visit  T-Bird78 profile page
    Nevermind.
  4. Visit  LadyFree28 profile page
    Quote from MaleICURN
    You're a nurse if:

    You sign your Credit card receipt or a check as J Doe, RN - happened at least several times.
    Stopped myself this afternoon.
  5. Visit  resilientnurse profile page
    When your kid goes away on an international class trip to a developing country and you send them with the following: Tylenol, Advil, Benadryl, thermometer, pulse ox monitor, hydrocortisone, some old Zofran from the house, alcohol preps, loads of hand sanitizer, Dramamine, hemorrhoid cream (who knows just in case,right?), Pepto Bismol, ipecac syrup, tweezers, swabs, nail clippers, band aids, gauze, tape, Neosporin with pain relief, latex gloves, anti fungal cream, eye drops, rubber bands, Grandpa's albuterol inhaler, box of prunes, Cipro you were prescribed but for some reason never took, needless syringes and medicine cups from work, and small tubes of saline water from work too.

    Not to mention that your kid knows the indications for them all. Then you shake your head knowingly when they come back home. "Oh my gosh, Mom, you won't believe it?!" I had to go into bag so many times. I kept telling them to wash their hands, don't eat off the street, not to drink the water and avoid the ice.

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