Things I Heard in Medical School: Volume 15

For this edition of Things I Heard in Medical School, I decided to take a look back at all of the ridiculous things that were said during my pathology lab. My group was not only “hard-working,” but also a blast to work with. The boss lady will miss y’all! Can you guess who said what? Let me know!

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Things I Heard in Medical School: Volume 13

Should I be paying attention to pathology right now? Yes. I mean, I should be doing a lot of things. But why should I be a responsible student when I could be bringing you the newest edition of Things I Heard in Medical School! And a special shout out to my pathology lab group — where I learn way more about you all than I do about actual pathology. Did I catch you saying something ridiculous? Let me know!

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Front Row Views: Volume 6

Dang I’m getting good at these weekly posts. Don’t get too comfortable though — the school administration will find me soon enough and force me to start paying attention to those lovely clicker questions. But until then, here is the sixth edition of Front Row Views! Did I call you out this week? Let me know! Continue reading

Things I Heard in Medical School: Volume 12

We just got out of an exam. Why are we class? WHAT IS THIS?! Let’s ignore pathology and get a kick out of the final things we heard in Term 3. A lot of these are NSFMM (not safe for my mom. So please, mom, stop reading now. I didn’t say this stuff, I swear). Can you recognize these lovely quotes? Let me know!

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Front Row Views: Volume 5

Back again with more snarky comments. Honestly I’m shocked y’all like reading this stuff. Which is basically all the stuff I want to say to your face, but can’t because it might hurt your feelings. Was that harsh? I’m writing this way past my bed time…. any-who… on with the commentary! Here is Volume 5 of Front Row Views! Did I call you out this week? Let me know!

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Front Row Views: Volume 4

Even though I don’t sit very front and center anymore (don’t worry mom, I’m still near the front), I still manage to observe bizarre things all over the classroom. If you know me, my eyes are constantly rolling, wishing I could blurt out something rude and sarcastic, but alas, I must pay attention in lecture. Fear not — I have saved them for you in Volume 4 of Front Row Views! Continue reading