Could apply to some attendings I know, too.
Those dirty Netters...may I never have to flip those slimy pages again.Love the comics!
Man, now I'm going to have to make time for that post today!
Oh, and another idea: How medical students are like (or are supposed to be like) Golden Retrievers.
woow... ure blog is just awesome.. i can so relate to ur cartoons.. well now ive reached to the hierarchy of residency... but med school fun lives forever..
Thanks to everyone who said they enjoyed the comic. OMDG: Yes, you do :)The dog thing isn't a bad idea. Actually, I gotta give it up for a fellow med student who finished getting reamed by an ob/gyn resident, and he said, "What's wrong with you? I don't talk to a DOG that way."
Ah those were the days.....I actually miss med skool....at least then I had the choice not to show up as an MSI or MS II. Now, as a PGY4-these bastids own my soul.....lol.
So that's what I need to do to get As - sit in the front row. I sit in the 3rd row, and I do have a B average.
Cafeteria food. Love the Golden Retriever idea. Can't wait to see that one.
I should give credit where credit is due: The Golden Retriever idea came from our pediatrics clerkship director who told us that, "A good medical student is kind of like a Golden Retriever."
Actually, I was thinking of something along the lines of "Why it's better to be a dog than a med student"... :)
I can think of a whole host of reasons why it's better to be a dog than a HUMAN. Well, maybe just my dog.
We definitely had some of those back-of-the-room-but-A's-anyway people. But sadly, sitting in the front doesn't always work out to an A...
I can agree with the relationships bit. And the lasts forever bit....
I got told by a client once I was like a golden retriever...BTW, am I the only one that thinks the student-by-grade depictions look like sperm?