i have the answer to that question.
See,we’re the awkward hotties.
The dysfunctional babes.
The adolescents who had to grow into their looks,
the ones who puberty was good too.
We never had time to develop our social skills
boys had the sexual convos with the girls who developed
We were the bookworms,the tomboys and the outcasts.
Now we’re older and gorgeous but we still have “that” mentality
so when people give us attention its like
“is this a joke?”
“umm thank you?”
“go away please”
So,give us time or better yet,buy us pizza,give us access to your netflix account and good conversation.
Maybe we can solve this “single” thing after all
june manson ( million dollar question/trillion dollar answer)
so you’re telling me there’s an alien who regenerates into a completely random form, that he cannot control or determine himself, and who understandably could take millions of different appearances, but who all 13 times just turned into a different skinny white guy
"Hey, will you real quick sign this lab order for Mr. Not-Your-Patient? Dr. AlwaysLate isn’t here yet to sign it and the patient is already in the lab."
"Hey, before you go in that exam room, can you shoot a quick refill Rx to CVS for Ms. ElderlyPatient since Dr. GeriAtric is on night float?"
"Hey, Dr. NeverAnswersHisPhoneMessages has 3 call backs from this patient and he still hasn’t called them back. Do you mind calling them? It looks like a simple enough matter."
"Ugh, why don’t you tell the attending that he isn’t answering messages? But sure, I’ll get to it sometime today."
"Hey Wayfaring, this patient is here for her appointment with Dr. XY, but wants to see a female provider today. Can you squeeze her in?"
" *sigh* I reckon. Hopefully someone else will no-show."
"It’s the good ones that get dumped on," Jamie, the floater nurse, said as she forwarded me yet ANOTHER phone note on someone else’s patient. Doctor not in office today. Patient has called twice already, does not want to wait for PCP.
"Don’t start with me, Jamie! You think this is funny, but it’s not," I replied. "Seriously, is anyone else around here answering phone messages and calling in refills, or am I covering everyone’s patients now?"
"Oh Dr. Wayfaring, it’s just little things here and there. You’re one of the few who doesn’t give us a hard time when we ask you to cover other people’s stuff."