Girl’s are amazing
I think we broke the notes…
i feel like i’m reblogging history. “the post that broke the notes”
THERE ARE NO FUCKING NOTES
WE HAVE REACHED INFINITY
what the heLL
where is it
PLEASE READ. WILL NOT HURT TO AND FORWARD.
Kids are putting Drano, tin foil, and a little water in plastic drink bottles
and capping it up - leaving it on lawns, in mail boxes, in gardens, on driveways etc. just waiting for you to pick it up intending to put it in the rubbish, but you’ll never make it!!!
If the bottle is picked up, and the bottle is shaken even just a little - in about 30 seconds or less it builds up enough gas which then explodes with enough force to remove some your extremities. The liquid that comes out is
boiling hot as well.
Don’t pick up any plastic bottles that may be lying in your yards or in the gutter, etc.
Pay attention to this. A plastic bottle with a cap. A little Drano. A little water. A small piece of foil.
Disturb it by moving it; and BOOM!! No fingers left and other serious effects to your face, eyes, etc.
Please ensure that everyone that may not have email access are also informed of this.
I’ve dealt with these before. If you find one:
- Do not touch it
- Do not touch it
- Clear the area around it. It will explode on its own in time.
- Once it explodes, do not make contact with the liquid inside. If needed, flush it away with large amounts of water.
- Do not try to detonate it. You’ll probably be disfigured.
I’ve seen what these can do. The acidic liquid inside can strip the paint off a car.
when i visited vancouver these were everywhere. it’s not a fucking joke they’re actually scary
Just a reminder that there are awful shitty people out there doing awful shitty things to everyone else
there was a bunch of these at disneyland
i found one in my back yard, when i let my dogs out, i pulled them back inside, took my cousins bb shotgun and shot it from a safe distance (i was in my house and shot from the screen door. When it went off, my family and neighbors came running to see if everything was ok. I told them what happened and to watch out for them.
These things are not a joke! When we went to check the damage there was a fucking hole in the ground. The dirt in my yard is like CLAY.
This shit is bad news
PLEASE DON’T BE AN ASSHAT. PLEASE DON’T LEAVE BOMBS IN PEOPLE’S YARDS.
"Because I am not the type of person someone falls in love with. "
THE MOST ACCURATE GIFSET IN MY ENTIRE LIFE.
Jenna Marbles describes the female tumblr world with complete accuracy.
should i be embarrassed to reblog this because im fuCKING NOT
Women of tumblr, lesbihonest now
I WASNT GOING TO REBLOG THIS BUT THE LAST ONE
Britney Spearsor Beyonce? Sebastian Stanor Beyonce?
serenate appreciation week 2014 | day five: favorite scene(s).
Nate and Serena appreciation week » day four | Favorite quote
"Two years ago at the masquerade ball, I tried to tell you I loved you. It turns out I told Jenny Humphrey. She was wearing your mask.”
"You… loved me?"
“Of course I did. You were the most beautiful, amazing, alive person I’ve ever known.”
I am so happy and it is Monday and omg I get to go to the gym tonight
I thought people might be interested in what my days are like doctoring as I’ve been asked a few times, so here is what my day has been like:
- 0530-0645: Wake up, pee/morning poop x 2, turn on kettle for French press. Catch up on Tumblr, weigh myself, make bulletproof coffee, shower, decide on an outfit, quickly put on makeup and brush 6-day old into the ubiquitous ponytail. Take supplements before heading out the door to drive to work with lunch prepped from the night before.
- 0700: Arrive on ward, pick up patient list and discover we have had two new admissions overnight and a full A4 page of ~15 or so patients - one is in ICU. I work in a ~team~ under a registrar and consultant and the ward round is due to start early given we have “taken” all the acute patients (i.e. are in charge of their care) who have come in for three days and my consultant has an operating list today. I meet my reg at a care station and we “run the list” and I talk through the patients I know about, we look at their blood results and review their imaging if they’ve had anything.
- 0730: My consultant arrives and we “round” on all the patients. I basically write in the notes, running after my bosses to try keep up. In each note I put the “plan” for the day (I also try to note when I think the patients will be well enough to get home) and also mark it as part of my checklist on my own patient list.
- 0800: Ward round finished in ICU, so I head straight from there to radiology to request a CT for someone early in the piece to try sort it to be done that day. The usual CT scanner is broken and they now have to share it with nuclear medicine so it’s smart to put a convincing case forward for why someone needs it. Routine radiology like X-rays and ultrasound forms can just be faxed, but for anything else, it’s good to request it in person.
- 0830: I start getting pages about charting patient’s regular meds and so tend to those wee post-weekend niggles before discharging three patients that are postoperative, stable and good to go. I write their “discharge summaries” paraphrasing their progress in hospital and give them prescriptions to go home with along with organising their followup after they leave hospital.
- 1030: Sneaky coffee. Check blood results which are not yet loaded on the system. Sneak to the “mess” (junior doctor’s lounge, basically) for a wee reprieve. Try to organise a gastroscopy for a patient with rather soft indications for one.
- 1100: Get paged to review a patient in 10/10 pain. Review, discuss with acute pain service about what I’m planning to do (start a low dose benzodiazepine) and go ahead accordingly.
- 1200: Head to lunch, get paged about a bleeding haemorrhoid to review.
- 1230: Leave lunch, review said haemorrhoid of stable patient. I chart them an iron infusion.
- 1300: Chest x-ray is back from a man with a traumatic pneumothorax and it has continued to resolve - he is good to go home so I do his paperwork.
- 1330: All the blood results are back! I also note that an ultrasound I ordered of an abscess is drainable and will be drained this afternoon. Excellent - they do not have to go to theatre.
- 1400: Have chats to my favourite previously critically ill, ICU-admitted complex surgical old ladies. Their bloods are getting better daily and they are up in chairs getting slowly but surely better. Chart more frusemide for one of them to help with their ++ fluid retention secondary to hypoalbuminaemia because the first infusion had a rather modest effect.
- 1430: Put blood forms out for all the patients who need them for tomorrow.
- 1500: Review a man’s cannula line site that looks a bit infected. Chart antibiotics and also laxatives because he seems more concerned with the fact his bowels haven’t opened.
- 1530: Home on time! Nothing to hand over to the house officer on long day
- 1600-1730: BED prior to personal trainer session.