By Anonymous - United States - Mansfield
Today, a girl came up to me on the street and said, "You have like no swag, bro." Feeling clever, I said, "At least I have a high school education." She then took out her work ID, showing me that she was a surgeon, flipped me off, then walked away saying, "This is totally going on Facebook." FML
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It's supposed to be Luke warm! Cold can damage the nerves lol ...and yeah... If a surgeon (on or off shift) said that to me.. I don't know how impressed I'd be with them.. Lol

  mb2_native  |  15

I would've read the name and said see you soon *her name* and smile. Just to watch her freak out, if she don't know your name, she won't know what to tell the police. Even if she gave them a description, all us native's look a like according to some people hahah

  here_we_go23  |  0

After she pulled out the I.D. I would have said, "Well apparently, all those years of education sure didn't buy you any class or maturity so you could have fooled me."


She seems like the type of person who goes out of their way to pick fights, but only when she knows she will win them. I wouldn't be surprised if she already had the status typed out on facebook, and was just waiting for it to actually happen before she pressed enter.


That's exactly what I thought 206! It could be a fake ID. I hope it was a fake ID. Besides, since he called her a "girl" not a lady or woman, it makes me think she's pretty young.

  Locoluis  |  15

Not necessarily. A lot of older men use the term "girl" to refer to women around their age and younger, so as to avoid making themselves feel old. XD

By  masonbain93  |  9

You do seem to being lacking "Swag".

  m1grande  |  3

By what logic. The comment was clearly a stab at modern adolescent's retarded sayings. Thus the quotes around the word Swag. For pausing emphasis i assume

  guy24  |  9

Yeah... The people that are surgeons today. I say that because he must of had a reason to say what he did. Walking down the street, get jumped by surgeons? :P

By  zero4life123  |  7


  free2speak  |  14

You don't have to be stupid to occasionally indulge in urban humor. I am currently in med school and I love watching Jersey Shore for its idiocy and I've used "swag" in a humorous way... She (the surgeon) could've been doing the same. You don't have to be totally serious 24/7. It's fun to drink and shout obnoxious urban slurs.. It's nice to be a total idiot for a day, while still retaining the ability to go back to being a Neuroanatomy quoting genius the next day...

  xrudeboyrock  |  29

Sure thing. I have a degree and am working on another one, but I like Snooki and JWoww or other silly shows because they're funny. And it's nice to give your brain a break after working hard all day.

  ironichalibut  |  24

Exactly, forget the burn, If she was a real surgeon she knows how to kill someone in several ways pretty quickly. Although I'd think most surgeons have better impulse control, this one's already shown a low understanding
Of social protocol, not to mention the whole "swag" can of worms. My point is OP got off lucky, a gangster-surgeon could be a dangerous mixture of stupid and deadly.


I'm guessing when she posts it on facebook, she'll be leaving out the parts where she went out of her way to insult a complete stranger on the street, gave him the finger for trying to defend himself, and how her instant reaction was to brag about it online like a vapid tween girl.

Seriously, it sounds like she's overcompensating for something.

  LuckBeNimble  |  19

71: not necessarily overcompensating. I mean sometimes people need/enjoy the validation of their hard work (medicine is surely not a cake walk) however petty it may be. every dog has it's day, nomsayin?


Because successful people never have feelings of insecurity, and try to compensate for past unhappiness by making sure everyone knows about their current successes. And if you are successful now, that means you were always were so. Right?

Try harder next time. The fact that she wants to make sure everyone knows about how successful and how great she is at dishing out burns to complete strangers strikes me as overcompensating. If I was a surgeon, I sure as hell wouldn't feel the need to insult complete strangers and then trip over myself to brag about it on facebook to feel good about myself.