Published Oct 30, 2011
You are reading page 4 of Should i be a nurse?
whichone'spink, BSN, RN
But in all seriousness, don't become a nurse. Or if you do, use it as a stepping stone into something more worthwhile, like Physician Assistant.
The best part about being a bedside nurse is that it allows me to hone my customer service skills. Gosh people really are hard to please! I encourage anyone who values the entitlement mentality and the bad behavior of others to enter the field of nursing. A lifetime of hard work without dignity awaits you, that is if you don't get fired for poor customer service!
Totally love this thread ! Healthstar you are awesome ! (negative comments)- Gotcha:lol2:
But you got it wrong....it's thanks for all the advise.......................:uhoh3:
Diva rn , sorry to tell you but, Ms. Jenni811 is correct. It is advice !!!!!!!!!!:smackingf
Example, when someone advises another, they are giving that person advice.
beckyboo1, BSN, RN
Diva rn , sorry to tell you but, Ms. Jenni811 is correct. It is advice !!!!!!!!!!:smackingfExample, when someone advises another, they are giving that person advice.
I believe that in keeping with the sarcasm of the thread, Diva was spelling it "advise" since it's another pet peeve of many of us on here
Don't take any part of this thread too seriously!
beckster_01, BSN, RN
my oh my...this thread is truly hilarious
^ Beckyboo you have my other nickname!
It's bizarre and hilarious how many people keep dropping in on this thread and thinking it is serious. Great experiment about how biased people can be about processing information.
This would a be a great homework assignment that I could get on bored with. My advise to people is to losen up.
Hey! You spelled "loosen" wrong! Anyone who got past 4th grade should know that :-p
PAROPPY, BSN, RN
To sdlane: it was sarcastic because people are always spelling "advice" with an "s" instead of a "c" on this forum. It happens like once a week lol.
Funny thread...is it just me or does anyone else feel bad for people who are new to AN who actually ask that question without searching first...I feel bad because I know they are going to get snarky comments that might lead them to believe that nurses are a mean and nasty bunch who are not willing to dole out advice to those who are obviously interested in the profession.
Funny responses though! What's with the super serious responses?
I heard you can be a Nurse on your way to CRNA.. I recommend doing that for a couple of weeks so you have a better understanding of the people that will be working for you.
I believe that in keeping with the sarcasm of the thread, Diva was spelling it "advise" since it's another pet peeve of many of us on here Don't take any part of this thread too seriously!
OH THANKS FOR TELLING ME !!!!!!!!!!!!! I thought she was serious ...... LMAO !!!!!!!!!!
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