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  • #46
    “Excuse me?”
    Asked in the manner that a wrong has occurred.
    What is your objection?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by SpacemanSpiff12 View Post
      “Today’s my Friday!!!”

      I can’t pinpoint why, but this one is like nails on a chalkboard to me.
      Meh. That’s how I explain to my neighbors why I’m drinking on a weeknight.

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      • #48
        “In my hands”

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        • #49
          Originally posted by VentAlarm View Post

          Meh. That’s how I explain to my neighbors why I’m drinking on a weeknight.
          Why do you need an explanation?

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          • #50
            Originally posted by VentAlarm View Post
            “We’re all in this together.”

            No. We’re not.
            Ugh, I hated this one during the early days of covid! We’d hear it from C-suite all the time as they’re sending an email or conducting a zoom meeting from their home office, while we’re in the clinic seeing covid patients with nothing on but a paper surgical mask.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by HikingDO View Post

              Ugh, I hated this one during the early days of covid! We’d hear it from C-suite all the time as they’re sending an email or conducting a zoom meeting from their home office, while we’re in the clinic seeing covid patients with nothing on but a paper surgical mask.
              Yep. We’re all in this together. Our c-suite decided all docs would get an equal pay cut….the same percent for the spine surgeons who got 8 weeks off as the icu docs who were rounding on 2 full services……

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              • #52
                Anything in the “thoughts and prayers” department. (Except when used sarcastically)

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                • #53
                  Everything happens for a reason

                  i’m gluten free

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                  • #54
                    I want my hormones checked.
                    I don't eat much.
                    i am tired.
                    i have a high pain tolerance.
                    i do not want an epidural.

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                    • #55
                      "I only come in when I really need to"

                      Why did I already see you 4 times this year?

                      Financial:

                      "You cannot afford not to xxxxx"

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                      • #56
                        Usually at the end of visit:

                        "Oh, by the way doc..."

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Hatton View Post
                          I want my hormones checked.
                          I don't eat much.
                          i am tired.
                          i have a high pain tolerance.
                          i do not want an epidural.
                          The last was actual personal. My spouse was in the hospital room and refused an epidural until "I" got there. The nurse that called me told me I had plenty of time, probably six or eight hours. That was not helpful. I took my time. I did face a crazy lady that turned out to be my wife. "Where were you!" The anesthesiologist waited and said "Are you ready now?"

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                          • #58
                            “I have a high pain tolerance”

                            “ I heard of a medication, hydro something or di-loft-did?”

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by CalMD View Post
                              Usually at the end of visit:

                              "Oh, by the way doc..."
                              As your hand is already on the door handle…

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                              • #60

                                This is not really a statement, but something that I've noticed over the past 5 years that annoys the absolute ************************ out of me is the use of the word RIGHT as a verbal crutch. For instance, when somebody is speaking, particularly when they are explaining something or making a point, they will interject the word RIGHT with questioning tone. I find it fairly insulting to have someone talk to you this way.

                                I didn't really notice it until this past year, since which time this trend seems to be growing exponentially, RIGHT???????

                                I notice it everywhere now. Biden's almost intolerably patronizing press secretary is especially guilty of doing it.

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