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March 2013 Caption Contest: Win $100!

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Participate in our March 2013 Caption Contest and win $100!

Good afternoon nurses. Your mission is to provide a caption to the cartoon below. You may submit as many captions as you wish.

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Caption Contest Rules

To qualify for the prize money and fame, your caption must be posted here in this thread on allnurses.com.

After the time period is up, we will choose eight finalists in which you will vote for your favorite.

Everyone is allowed to participate! Join allnurses.com! It's Free!

Share and tell your friends, family, and co-workers to join the fun!

UPDATE: We have chosen the top 8 captions.

Vote for your favorite - March 2013 Top 8 Captions - Select Winning Caption

UPDATE: Congratulations!

and the winner is natnat122 ... the cartoon may be viewed at I don't want a male nurse! - Cartoon Contest Winner

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nursefrances has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Ambulatory Surgery, Ophthalmology, Tele.

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Like I explained before Doctor, the linen service accidentally bleached the scrubs. They will have more blue scrubs soon. (sigh) I know you like to look like "Dr. McDreamy" from that TV show and these white scrubs just aren't the same.

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nursefrances has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Ambulatory Surgery, Ophthalmology, Tele.

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Why did we have to where white today, you ask? Didn't you get the memo? It's a contest to see who stays the cleanest by the end of the day. It's National "check your colon day" tomorrow and all the patients will be on a golytely bowel prep regimen today.

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nursefrances has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Ambulatory Surgery, Ophthalmology, Tele.

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Sal, you knew when you joined the nursing program you would have to wear white. Quit worrying that it "isn't your color". Now me....I can ROCK white!

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nursefrances has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Ambulatory Surgery, Ophthalmology, Tele.

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Did you ask if I was wearing white? No, I have black scrubs on today. I like your Donald Duck scrub top, by the way.

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Don't worry. With all the body fluids we encounter, they'll be colorful soon enough.

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What?? Dr. Sexy is NOT on call today? Yup, I'm doing overtime for nothing!

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408 Posts; 6,584 Profile Views

Well, Dr. Smith... don't look at me. You interns should know your stuff!

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Relax, it's just a prostate exam. I've had plenty before 'the surgery'!

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Bill, how many times do I have to tell you? Leggings do not count as pants. Please put on some scrubs!

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whichone'spink has 3 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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"Don't look at me. I'm not the one who came up with this stupid "all nurses must wear white" policy"

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475 Posts; 15,214 Profile Views

OF COURSE you didn't win the best handwriting award, you're a DOCTOR!!

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