When I was in my first year of med school, a couple of my friends and I decided that we were sick of Valentine's Day and how it made single people feel crappy about themselves. So we decided to celebrate Anti-Valentine's Day. This holiday would express feelings that weren't specifically of love, but weren't of hate either.
We went out to the back of the university hospital and we climbed through a dumpster and selected "presents" for all our friends. We then taped little messages on each of the presents that expressed the sentiments of Anti-Valentine's Day. I can't rememeber, but I'm assuming we were drunk at the time.
Here were a few examples of presents:
Amazingly, we were not expelled.
I like that idea. Saves money, too.ReplyDelete
Bwahahaha. Love the "Love-Starling" curve. May have to steal that for today.ReplyDelete
Creative, "productive", and distracting. I like it.ReplyDelete
Grumpy: You save money on presents, but lose money on drycleaning bills.ReplyDelete
IANH: In my first year, I thought anything involving the cardiac output curve was automatically hilarious.
I really think that is the hardest I have laughed all month! I LOVE the label on the ketchup packet.ReplyDelete
"In my first year, I thought anything involving the cardiac output curve was automatically hilarious." lolz:)ReplyDelete
That is the funniest thing I've heard all month.ReplyDelete
Excellent! i have been marrieReplyDelete
i have been married 25 years...i love my husband...i hate Valentines Day!ReplyDelete
I spent my first year Valentine's Day in the anatomy lab studying cardiac anatomy, ironically enough.ReplyDelete