Monday, May 12, 2008

Vomiting is more fun than PBL.

On a scale of 1 to 10, how ironic is it that I got food poisoning at the hospital cafeteria?


8 comments:

flo said...

If it''s true, a 10 for sure. Just, how can you be sure you got it from the hospital cafeteria? As far as I know food poisoning can take quite some time to kick in, so how can you be so sure where you got it from?

Norman VEP said...

less whining... more medicine

phorun said...

I'd give it a 9/10. CFIA or the FSIS would earn a 10 I think.

Vitum Medicinus said...

I'm quite sure...10/10 if I had to rank it. Had a small lunch, then a late dinner, and woke up in the night ill with fever & shaking chills... sick in the morning... just about right for your typical 6-8 hr onset for food poisoning.

And sorry Norm-o, during finals, whining is all you get... wait till the summer. I've got tons of stories I'm just itching to write up when I get the time!

make mine trauma said...

Pro Bowling League?

Vitum Medicinus said...

Case-based learning, also known as problem-based learning. Mandatory, early in the morning, and with frequent self-evaluation.... let's just say, only few call this their favorite method of education.

Not to say I'd prefer to sit in lecture for the entire day, though.

Dragonfly said...

I reckon not at all....hospital food is generally pretty awful everywhere I have been.

Xavier Emmanuelle said...

You must go to my school; I know at least 5 people (nursing/meddies) who have gotten rather nasty food poisoning from the hospital cafeteria.

(The salad bar is perfectly safe though! I eat from it all the time!)