Discussion in 'Ladies Lounge' started by MissAndrya, Jan 17, 2013.
^Kind of sums it up...
I would look sexy.
As long as you wouldn't be parading around extra crispy like this...
A necessary evil
He probably looked ever funnier when all that spray tan started washing off unevenly.
Assuming that is spray tan, and not a tanning bed extra crispy.
I would be crispy and sexy.
That almost sounds like a challenge..
Not convinced crispy and sexy are even possible at the same time? lol
Oddly, the women did more for me in this video than the men did.
Where did the crispy come in?
Crispy from the inside.
No it doesn't. The 'God complex' is subjective and it usually takes into account the inferiority complex of the person wielding the label. It's a pointless topic of discussion because neither side really admits their faults and whilst doctors might be accountable for theirs, the patients aren't.
I never had any problems with doctors nor I got that feeling that they think they are superior.
I think it depends where you live, but here in Ontario there is a shortage of them, so many don't even have a doctor and have to rely on hospital visits and clinics. Because of this, the doctors are over worked (by choice, mostly, as they take on too many patients) and constantly in a hurry to get to the next. Mistakes happen, you are limited to one complaint per visit and the wait times are incredible.
How much you wait?
Dr.'s office 1-3 hours, emergency room visits up to 9 hours and clinics vary but they probably have the shortest wait times.
Same as here.
I think working with any professional on a regular basis can be a hit-or-miss experience. If you aren't satisfied with somebody, go see someone else. Remember, doctors/psychologists/psychiatrists work for us, not the other way around.
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