A moment of silence for the ladybug I ran over with the lawnmower.
No, you don’t understand.
This actually happens.
We got a 16 year old boy on our unit once, because Pediatrics was full, and it’s about 1 in the morning and all the nurses are at the nurses station having a break and we’re all talking and having a laugh and then all of a sudden this kids heart monitor just goes CRAZY.
So we call the code and I grab the crash cart and about 6 of us just take off running down the hall and we bust in the room and this kid is just sitting there with his hand around his junk looking MORTIFIED.
So we just sort of backed out of the room quietly, walked calmly to the stairwell, and had a total and complete hysterical breakdown.
It was the funniest shit ever.
Omigod so many nurses have told me stories like these.
This is great. I’m gonna tell my cousin in nursing school about this.
let’s start a petition that this song is played in TFIOS
definitely, it would be funny if it played while Augustus talks about how he used to want to sit on a cloud until his middle school science teacher crushed his dreams.
Best After-Sex-Ven-Diagram ever!
Augustus Waters, The Fault in Our Stars
JOHN GREEN MY HEART HURTS.
Do you ever just start narrating your life? Like it’s a novel? Sometimes when I’m reading a lot I start to narrate my life, and then I catch myself, and I’m like, whoa. Cuz suddenly I’m thinking in wide vocabulary articulate thoughts that I save for writing. It’s weird. I’m weird.
I will now proceed with using this expression on all children that annoy and frustrate me.
I wonder if this is something they said on Gallifrey when the little time children misbehaved.
Definitely using this as an insult whenever I can