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    you couldnt handle my PBL group. you'd shout at people or walk out after five minutes
    :hmmm:
    You think I haven't?
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    give me time and i will too!
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    my pbl group are total incompetant mush brains :mad:
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    nipple clamps and 1000v should do the trick, Saffie...
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    I dont think murder would go down well with the GMC

    I'll bear it in mind though
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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    nipple clamps and 1000v should do the trick, Saffie...
    Suppose you have that kit handy Fluff. :p:
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    ...for them, obv
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    Not murder - just a slight charring... Think of it as ECT
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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    ...for them, obv
    And He's never been tempted? :p:
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    OK, I'm e-mailing a female surgeon (gynaecologist to be precise) and don't know whether I should address her as Miss or Dr. Anyone got any idea which is less likely to piss her off if I'm wrong?
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    OK, I'm e-mailing a female surgeon (gynaecologist to be precise) and don't know whether I should address her as Miss or Dr. Anyone got any idea which is less likely to piss her off if I'm wrong?
    I'd go with Miss rather than doctor
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    Ms?
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    I'd go with Ms.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    OK, I'm e-mailing a female surgeon (gynaecologist to be precise) and don't know whether I should address her as Miss or Dr. Anyone got any idea which is less likely to piss her off if I'm wrong?
    Yer, Ms.

    And Hels, why do you always lock threads before I get the chance to get moar WARN? :p:
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    (Original post by Renal)
    Yer, Ms.

    And Hels, why do you always lock threads before I get the chance to get moar WARN? :p:
    Because I'd rather do that than feel like I have to warn you. :p:

    Oh, and I did some google stalking and found lots of references to her as Miss, so went for that. Hopefully she won't hate me (elective applications).
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Because I'd rather do that than feel like I have to warn you. :p:

    Oh, and I did some google stalking and found lots of references to her as Miss, so went for that. Hopefully she won't hate me (elective applications).
    Good luck hon.

    *goes to panic*
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    (Original post by Renal)
    Good luck hon.

    *goes to panic*
    Panic about what?

    Miss Surgeon has got back to me, so things are looking up! This means I may be doing some of my elective in London - TSR medic meet/piss-up anyone?
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Panic about what?

    Miss Surgeon has got back to me, so things are looking up! This means I may be doing some of my elective in London - TSR medic meet/piss-up anyone?
    Panic about elective.

    I'm in the process of, hopefully, sorting out some gas and A&E in Oz but applying for a bursary (that's made for me!) but would send me to NZ.
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    Guys, a nice decanter for bday pressie dosn't encourage drinking, now does it?
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    (Original post by Wangers)
    Guys, a nice decanter for bday pressie dosn't encourage drinking, now does it?
    Depends what you put in it.
 
 
 
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