Daily Life

A beginner’s guide to British humour


Daily Life, Humour, Way of Life


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I found this blog on the internet and i think gives a good example of how humour is defined by geographics. Britain’s unique take on humor may seem baffling at first. Heavy on self-deprecation, almost undetectable sarcasm, and constant deadpan delivery, British humor can feel like a whole new language. But fear not, we’ve put together a beginner’s guide to understanding (and using!) it.

The Nurse and Exercise


Daily Life, Patients, Way of Life


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Exercising is something that nurses do the entire shift. It is free from the ‘boss’ and it can be done on work time. Over time exercises become endurance tests, athletic carnivals and mental exercises, all of which are  dependent on how many hours nurses work per week. More hours, means more exercise. Bootcamp is nothing compared with a career in nursing!

Medical Staff Are The Most Creative People Ever


Daily Life, Jokes


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When you think of hospitals you usually think of a building where you have to be quiet and serious. When you you think of Christmas you are thinking about family, a fun and good time and you usually rhink of happiness. But what will you be thinking if you combine these two words you will probably be thinking about something like a it’s a great season in which you spend time together as a family even if it has to be in a hospital.

Thinking right but doing wrong


Daily Life


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Sometimes you have a collegue that thinks (s)he’s doing it right but acctually (s)he’s doing it wrong. As a neuroscience nurse we all know how it’s done when you have a patient who is going of the rails and is turning day into night and night into day.