Lower incidence of hip dysplasia?
Med students look marginally less silly in coats than dogs (oh I remember those short white coat days.....)
There is not yet a formal process in place to neuter med students.
@Max ::laughs:: That's hysterical.
i'm from malaysia heehee! nope no EMR and lots of hospitals with long names...
You're less likely to get fleas?
this is brilliant! i love how you can describe things in just a couple of panels. you rock =)my mum was just telling me the other day, that it would have been easier to be a cow than a doctor. at least a cow will be chomping on fresh green grass, under the blue sky all day and can choose to occasionally say moo. am gonna share this with her =)
Max, I thought there was and it's called 3rd year ;-p
@Paige, I'm currently slugging through 3rd year- a neutering would be merciful compared to this.
I'm frequently jealous of my cat. All she ever does is sleep, eat, crap, and get petted.
I'm with Sassy on this one...I would trade spots with my dog or cat in a split second, those spoiled little bastards.
You should change your banner to ¨someone WITH artistic talent...comedic timing is an art and you have that. Your blog is funny! And the drawings may be crude but they are often hilarious.
that is just so sad. the only thing i can say is that med students don't have to poop in public.
The 2nd row, with the picture of the lap camera med student reminded me of my surgery clerkship. I had this super moody Polish attending who on the first day was like sunshine and roses teaching me the lap camera, then the 2nd day was screaming bloody murder at me for not doing it right. Then when it came time for grading I got a call from his assistant saying that he didn't remember who I was so I had to call and remind him. Sadsies.
So funny and so true..!
i'm from malaysia too. good luck getting your records, coz even we don't know where they are locally... :D