Aging

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by Kizomo Kizomo Member

Three old men where talking about the best thing that could happen to

them

at that time off life. The 80 yearlod said: 'the best thing that could

happen to me is too be able to have a good pee. I just stand there and

it

dribbles and hurts, and I have to go over and over again.

The 85 yearold said: 'the best thing that could happen to me is if I

could

have a good bowel movement. I take every kind of laxative I can get my

hands

on and it is still a problem'.

The 90 yearold man said; 'thats not my problem, every morning at 06.00am

sharp I have a good long pee and at 06.30 sharp I have a great bowel

movement. The best thing that could happen to me is if I could wake up

before 07.00am'.

hmet

hmet

2 Posts

I work in a long-term care center & one day an Elvis impersonator came in to perform for the residents.After he was done he was strolling through the building,greeting the residents. He stopped beside one little old lady sitting in a wheelchair & asked,"Do you know who I am?" "No"she said,"But if you ask that nurse over there, she can tell you."

SophieMae

SophieMae

41 Posts

In a closed secure unit, we had a combative with very long finger nails. She would dig everyone she could reach. One day her RN said I need help holding her steady so I can cut her nails.

Well, four of us eventually ended up in that room, attempting to be as gentle as possible we held her. I sat on the bed and put my leg over her leg (she tried to kick us) and took her arm, holding it steady and controlled. She was so frustrated that all the names she called us did not do the intended damage, she tried the kicking, hitting and digging again. That did not work. So she tried to bite us......but she had no teeth.

Suddenly she stopped all attempts to get free, calmly looked at me and said........."You hit her."

tylerlvn

tylerlvn

Specializes in oncology. Has 4 years experience. 97 Posts

I work in a long-term care center & one day an Elvis impersonator came in to perform for the residents.After he was done he was strolling through the building,greeting the residents. He stopped beside one little old lady sitting in a wheelchair & asked,"Do you know who I am?" "No"she said,"But if you ask that nurse over there, she can tell you."

hehehe :chuckle i work in long term care too. That a cute story!

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