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  • NOLA2005
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    Wow!!! Seeing that pic twice will certainly make sure no one else but us four posts on this thread.

  • PR723
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    Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post
    BTDT2 , NOLA2005 and PR723 -- have you noticed how the four of us are pretty much the only ones posting in this thread?

    I believe everyone else takes one look at our conversation...exclaims WTF is wrong with these people?!?...and then puts a sticky note on their screen reminding them: "CAUTION: Do NOT click on the Things That Make You Go WTF thread!!" ​​​​​​​

    MY.town,
    I hear you and I've noticed the same thing. I've edited a few of my responses hoping to avoid offending anyone or upsetting the mod(s).

    With that said, I've appreciated the opportunity to blow off steam with people who can relate and who share my twisted humor.

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  • NOLA2005
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post
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    Pogue has a great sense of humor and usually jumps right in…. However going naked during an toe nail fungus exam seems a little out of character.

    Hopefully Pogue will see above photo, have a WTF moment and actively join this thread.


    OMG WTF is that thing!!!!??? Sani, next time please give warning, I almost lost my eyesight from the glare coming off those humongous things.

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  • BTDT2
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    Related image

    Pogue has a great sense of humor and usually jumps right in…. However going naked during an toe nail fungus exam seems a little out of character.

    Hopefully Pogue will see above photo, have a WTF moment and actively join this thread.


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  • not.in.MY.town
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

    I thought he already had a root courtesy of an adult motion picture starlet.
    No such luck. She did beg me to "please get it the f*ck out...or just f*cking shoot me." But nope, I wasn't gonna go digging for that thing...and our policy doesn't authorize mercy kills. EMS hauled her off...and I assume at the ER they used those big *** cold steel forceps that NOLA2005 mentioned.

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  • not.in.MY.town
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    Glad to return the favor.

  • not.in.MY.town
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    Dude, those are some excessively large winky faces.

  • not.in.MY.town
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    BTDT2 , NOLA2005 and PR723 -- have you noticed how the four of us are pretty much the only ones posting in this thread?

    I believe everyone else takes one look at our conversation...exclaims WTF is wrong with these people?!?...and then puts a sticky note on their screen reminding them: "CAUTION: Do NOT click on the Things That Make You Go WTF thread!!" ​​​​​​​

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  • PR723
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    BTDT2,
    I laughed at your question because oddly enough I sometimes say," the word on the street" or "my confidential informant told me" when talking to pts about their discharge date or if I discover that a pt has made false/misleading statements or has omitted information.

    I'm not sure if you know,but CI is a clinical instructor.
    Last edited by PR723; 06-16-2018, 03:09 PM.

  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    When one looks at our hospital security from a distance, the uniform looks almost identical to our local PD, but as you get closer, you realize that their " duty belt" holds a walkie- talkie.

    When I was going through my internships at various hospitals, I quickly realized how naive I had been in my belief that hospitals were secure/safe work environments.At one hospital where the majority of the pts engaged in a lot of " street activity, I learned some pretty valuable lessons. Not with my CI's help. She was lazy and in general a real piece of work who was disliked by her co-workers. She loved to send me into dicey situations completely blind.

    We have been through several active shooter drills which have been very informative and have resulted in the staff meeting to discuss specific action plans for the floor knowing that more than likely our bosses will be hiding under their desks in their locked offices.
    Keeping in topic: “WTF”........... Hospital personnel use CI’s? We are talking about confidential informants, right?
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