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Davey Do has 41 years experience and specializes in Psych, CD, HH, Admin, LTC, OR, ER, Med Surge.

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I've tried posting this cartoon on the comics website to no avail and wanted to determine if it was the site or due to the internet posting gremlins. It kinda sorta has to do with nursing...

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I guess it has to do with the comicswebsite gremlins!

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TriciaJ has 39 years experience as a RN and specializes in Psych, Corrections, Med-Surg, Ambulatory.

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This thread reminds me of a sweet coworker I had while working psych.  Quite often we'd  arrive at work to be confronted with the pain-in-the-butt edict du jour.  I would predictably get rather salty about it.  Jim would then run out to the vending machine and bring me back some chocolate.

But he never brought me any Feces Pieces.  That  would have really made my day!

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Davey Do has 41 years experience and specializes in Psych, CD, HH, Admin, LTC, OR, ER, Med Surge.

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11 minutes ago, TriciaJ said:

But he never brought me any Feces Pieces.  That  would have really made my day!

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TriciaJ has 39 years experience as a RN and specializes in Psych, Corrections, Med-Surg, Ambulatory.

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Why does this remind me of the beagle I used to have?  Walks with her were always an adventure in not-so-fine dining.

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Davey Do has 41 years experience and specializes in Psych, CD, HH, Admin, LTC, OR, ER, Med Surge.

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4 minutes ago, TriciaJ said:

an adventure in not-so-fine dining.

Oh, to have the GI system of a canine!

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5 minutes ago, Davey Do said:

Oh, to have the GI system of a canine!

That GI system cost me $1000 one time.  A wad of grass got stuck.  The farts were gag-a-maggot putrid.  We got sent to the doggy gastroenterologist for an overnight and the grass was manually removed in the morning.  And  I wrote the big cheque.

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Davey Do has 41 years experience and specializes in Psych, CD, HH, Admin, LTC, OR, ER, Med Surge.

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1 minute ago, TriciaJ said:

 The farts were gag-a-maggot putrid.  

The flatulence was overwhelmingly odoriferous?

 

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1 hour ago, Davey Do said:

The flatulence was overwhelmingly odoriferous?

 

The car ride to the vet was barely survivable with all the windows rolled down.

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47 minutes ago, TriciaJ said:

The car ride to the vet was barely survivable with all the windows rolled down.

Perhaps rolling up all the windows, allowing olfactory adaptation (noseblindness) to take place due to the prolonged exposure of the overwhelmingly odoriferous flatulence which could have made the car ride more comfortably survivable?

 

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9 hours ago, Davey Do said:

Perhaps rolling up all the windows, allowing olfactory adaptation (noseblindness) to take place due to the prolonged exposure of the overwhelmingly odoriferous flatulence which could have made the car ride more comfortably survivable?

 

I was more likely to pass out and run the car off the road. 

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10 hours ago, TriciaJ said:

I was more likely to pass out and run the car off the road. 

Ew. We can't have that, can we?

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12 hours ago, Davey Do said:

Ew. We can't have that, can we?

The dog had spent the previous night sleeping with her head to my feet (if you get my drift).  I did not enjoy the mercy of noseblindness then so it would have been very imprudent to drive with the windows rolled up.  It was enough of a challenge maintaining the speed limit.

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