Cindy_A 4,793 Views
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I'm not sure if I posted this before, but my husband went to school with a boy named Peter Eder (rhymes with eater).
Surely there are more "worst visitors" stories!
Unfortunately, there IS a lot of truth there. I guess that's why I believed it. I'd never seen the site gomerblog before.
To tell the truth, I really thought it was true! I feel pretty stupid!
I found this article posted on facebook. I think it's about time someone realized this. Do you think this will lead to stopping those dreadful surveys?
Any more stories?
I don't have anything to add, but it's such a great thread, I'm hoping someone else does!
Just imagine if Milton said that to his wife in a sem-public place where others could hear, what kind of things did he say and do to her in private?!?!?
"prostrate" for prostate, "Altheimers" or "Oldtimers" for Alzheimers
Once had a LOL who would curse and swear at her husband, who was deceased. One day she was swearing at him and I reminded her that her husband was in heaven, she them replied "Well, he won't be there long!"
"My DH made the mistake of asking if, when I got done with school would I be a "real nurse.". I was an LPN at the time studying for my RN. When I said "yes I AM a nurse," he said, "Yeah but you'll have a license and stuff then.". Needless to say he was sorry he asked!"
What did he think you had now - a learner's permit?
I think you should pay attention to thread #2, she makes some very valid points. You need to do a lot more investigation, before making a commitment to becoming a nurse.
One of the saddest things was this: 17-year-old kid walks into the ER, says he walked there because his mom went to the family shelter with his younger siblings. Turns out, kid can't stay at family shelter because he is too old (age limit for kids at the shelter is 12). However, Child Protective Services can't provide a place for the kid because, the way things work in THIS state (I'm in The South), he is considered an adult at age 17. Can't go to "regular" homeless shelter, because you have to be 18 to go to that shelter. I guess the kid couldn't think of anywhere else to go except the ER. We let him hang in the lobby for the night while the charge nurse worked with hospital social work to get the kid a place.[/QUOTE]
That IS sad! Poor kid! I guess they did find him a place?
Strangest name I've encountered is "Klamideyah" (yeah, like the STD). Why are parents so cruel!?
It's also pretty terrible when the family of a dying patient asks "How much longer will it be?"
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