From a journal article i was reading on Gender Crap in Orthopaedics:
Both male and female students perceived orthopedics as an “action”-packed, procedure-based profession, providing instant gratification, time in the operating room, high income, and the option for private practice. Female medical students considered it boring.
I don't know what female medical students want if "action"-packed is still boring. No wonder i was unpopular in med school.
(seriously though, isn't that a weird juxtaposition of sentences?)
From my attending's operative dictation:
The bone was placed in the bone mill to mill the bone
(That one I can't argue with)