By laurenh211 - 17/11/2020 17:02 - United Kingdom

It was the painkillers, I swear

Today, my husband came home from the hospital after having painful surgery, so I decided to make him a nice big breakfast. As I was taking it up to him, I heard a message on the phone. It was from one of his nurses. She was accepting his offer of a date. FML
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By  kfchicken_fml  |  27

to be fair if it was a major surgery he might have been really high and not meant any of it. medical grade anesthesia is no joke. if he's never given you reason to worry before I don't see this warranting more than a serious talk.

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  John Nemeth  |  14

Shove it up his ass. Send him to the nurse with a note that says

“Here I made breakfast for the both of you. You’ll find it up my ex husbands ass”

By  kfchicken_fml  |  27

to be fair if it was a major surgery he might have been really high and not meant any of it. medical grade anesthesia is no joke. if he's never given you reason to worry before I don't see this warranting more than a serious talk.

By  Sara Niemantsverdriet  |  7

Could be anaesthetic recovery and painkillers though, so I wouldn't be going too crazy until you get more information.

Last time I had a general anaesthetic I kept begging for someone to bring me a banana smoothie afterwards.
Two problems with this: I'm lactose intolerant and I can't stand banana, to the point that even the smell makes me want to vomit.

I have no memory of this happening and wouldn't believe it if my sister hadn't taken a voice recording of it.

By  tabby cat tidbit  |  6

I agree with the others, he was probably high as a kite when he asked her. also,I would report the nurse. she was VERY unprofessional by calling and possibly breaking the HIPPA laws. I'm pretty sure his records indicated his martial status.

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  Suaria  |  37

I'm sure a medical hospital isn't much different in their rules but I work in a psych hospital. We aren't allowed to contact patients once they leave us. I don't think it's against HIPPA but it definitely goes against boundaries of staff and patient to do so. We would get fired if the hospital I work for found out.