I'm jealous of Doctors and idk why?

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    (Original post by BIGJohnson777)
    I doubt it, but I am sure he had to kiss a lot of them to get into the front office.
    That's where the phrase brown nosing comes from
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is that actually something doctors do all day? You work in A & E right? :lol:
    All day every day. My index finger is practically stained now. It also feels cold on my days off so I've had to fashion a little knitted coat for it.
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    All day every day. My index finger is practically stained now.
    You're worse than the 35 yr old specialist my dad knows who boasts about nubile young female patients

    Do you think the NHS has a good sense of community? (e.g. junior doctors' strikes).
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    You're worse than the 35 yr old specialist my dad knows who boasts about nubile young female patients

    Do you think the NHS has a good sense of community? (e.g. junior doctors' strikes).
    That's pretty disgusting.

    Yeah I think it does. Good camaraderie. The best part of my job is probably my colleagues and the chat we have on the job. We're all in it together, have each others backs and are super proud to be part of the NHS.
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    That's pretty disgusting.

    Yeah I think it does. Good camaraderie. The best part of my job is probably my colleagues and the chat we have on the job. We're all in it together, have each others backs and are super proud to be part of the NHS.
    I meant ones in their early 20s, not teenagers but... yeah.

    I guess that's what I envy. Based on what I've written does Graduate Entry Medicine sound like a bad idea though? I don't think I can getting work experience like a 16 year old anyway :lol:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I meant ones in their early 20s, not teenagers but... yeah.

    I guess that's what I envy. Based on what I've written does Graduate Entry Medicine sound like a bad idea though? I don't think I can getting work experience like a 16 year old anyway :lol:
    Would probably need a bit more than that to do medicine. Do you actually want to be a doctor and help people?
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    Would probably need a bit more than that to do medicine. Do you actually want to be a doctor and help people?
    I want to help people (and TBH use my brain more in my job - I was always good at science), but I don't know if the drudgery required would be too much.
 
 
 
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