By Bishop
Today, a man on the bus questioned my sexuality for being a male nurse. I asked him what he did and he said he worked in a garage. When I pointed out that I work with sexy nurses all day and he works with sweaty guys, he punched me in the stomach. FML
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  X_Codes  |  11

Pretty much... a punch in the stomach means "I'm too stupid to handle witty people like you in a mature way, so I'm just going to act like a turd and pretend I'm better than you."

  Mitcha857  |  0

34 I agree completely. OP wins even though he got punched in the stomach. Just because his job title is nurse doesn't mean he's gay. He could be on his way towards becoming a doctor. Now on the other hand if OP worked at chip n dales and his stage name was "sparkles" that's a whole different story.

The moral of the story: DON'T TALK TO STRANGERS ON THE BUS!

  kevinn95  |  0

Definitely a win but on the other hand i would question ur sexuality again just because if someone punched me i would punch him back and im willing to bet u didnt

  IIFenix  |  3

I would never question a guys sexuality if they are a male nurse..some of the stuff they see are horrible one of my friends is a male nurse and he's had to treat a guy who had a screw driver jammed into his eyeball...from what he told me it was sick as hell.

  baddawg365  |  0

I don't know if I should push your life sucks or not... Because it really doesn't, I mean minus the fact that he got punched, working as a nurse is a productive occupation and as he said he works with pretty ladies. But he most definitely doesn't deserve it... I'm stumped OP. I'm sorry the guy was a jerk but hey have fun at work

  alpaquette91  |  9

One: you can comment on comments. So why did you comment on the original post page and not on 83 post? .. And two: that picture had been circulated over the Internet for over a year, or more... If this is you first time seeing it you have no life.

By  nofearjenshere  |  12

Just be happy he didn't have a weapon on him.

  MischievousV  |  8

I'm a nurse. But in the military so my pay is lower. It's still 30K a year, but you can work your way up. My civilian friends get 45k. Nursing is a rewarding field, it's not all wiping asses. When you put it that way, you really demean my job.

  GNR93  |  14

I think I'm the only one catching the reference here, but I think he should. Bleach is made of water and we are made of water therefore we are bleach, how bad could it be.

By  Needafarm  |  22

Sounds a lot like being a male cheerleader. You get to look up girls skirts all practice, just hope they are cute cheerleaders. I've seen some pretty big gross looking female nurses that might as well work at garages.


Those "gross looking" female nurses assist in keeping you alive and healthy. Looks only go so far, but the abilities that nurses have are astounding -- their work takes so much heart, practice and dedication -- think about that before you judge a book by its cover.


He thought you were a pussy he could abuse and he was right. Get back at him karma-style with a touch of religious creepiness. Maybe he has children or loved ones? Be creative.


He thought you were a pussy he could abuse and he was right. Get back at him karma-style with a touch of religious creepiness. Maybe he has children or loved ones? Be creative.

By  Yarrachel  |  16

I love how when women get jobs that were considered masculine (like doctors) it's okay because they are "upgrading" but when a man gets a job that is stereotypically feminine that's bad because what self respecting man would want to work a girly job, amirite?

  RedPillSucks  |  31

Amusingly enough, Nurses and Teachers (and other jobs, I'm sure) were male jobs until WWI and WWII where men were mostly occupied with killing and dying in the wars. Women joined the workforce en-mass to fill in.

  evilplatypus  |  38

Women actually had a firm grasp on the teaching field before WWI. They usually couldn't teach once they were married depending on the area, but female teachers were by no means "rare" (just look at frontier schools), nor was teaching considered a masculine or feminine position.

  stary1722  |  6

Last time I had a male nurse, he stuck me with the needle three times, moved the needle around in my skin and still couldn't do it right.... So that's not always true.

  doctorhook86  |  24

14: That's easy to say, but tougher to do. When you're a man in our culture, you're measured against archetypical "maleness"; you're expected to be strong, independent, brave, and heterosexual. God help ye if you don't measure up.

Calling a man "gay" or "pussy" is at least as socially damaging as is calling a woman "slut" or "whore"--in both cases, it accuses that person of failing at their gender.

  sammyjanette  |  17

You only have one life to live. When you are on your deathbed the LAST thing you will be thinking about is what someone else thought of you. But, if you live your life for someone else that will plague you in your deathbed. You will be filled with regrets. The question is not whether someone else thinks you’re “gay” or a “pussy”. The question is whether you think who you are and what you are is ok with you. And, another thing…I never understood why people especially “alpha males” use “pussy as an insult. You can usually bring one of those idiots down with the mere thought of pussy. It’s quite silly when you think about it.