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By Anonymous - / Saturday 14 April 2012 16:24 / United States
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By  mk58

Step 1. Take syringe out of her hand. Step 2. Ask if she'd like to donate blood. Step 3. Regardless of what her answer is, go looking for HER vein. Have fun! And don't blame me for any consequences of your actions!

Wow. She could have not come in! Is she wearing gloves at least? Who knows what other mistakes she's making! RUN for your life!!!

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Scary face...er I mean Hypertudism... We only can handle so much weird here at FML and I think Noor is about our limit. (she's even too much for some of us.) probably best to tone it down a tad.

I have to get blood drawn quite frequently. Even though I go to the same place I have asked for someone else to do it in occasion. I have a fear of needles anyway so if I don't trust who's about to give me one, I won't let them.

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How about we save them for more pressing matters? Only got one life right, why make a big deal? Someone once put a little dent in my truck and I said it's okay and left...they were shocked. More important things to worry me this day and time.

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33, The damage has already been done though, theres nothing they can do to fix it by bringing in a lawsuit. All you'd be doing is taking money away from a charity organisation, which quite honestly makes you a bigger douche. Take it up with the senior person and explain to them why it's unacceptable to make staff work under the influence of alcohol.

By  mk58

Step 1. Take syringe out of her hand. Step 2. Ask if she'd like to donate blood. Step 3. Regardless of what her answer is, go looking for HER vein. Have fun! And don't blame me for any consequences of your actions!

What to do would of been to ask for a different nurse. If another wasn't available then I would of let management know exactly why they did not get your gift of blood that day.

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