Honestly, that has got to be one of the worst tattoos I have ever seen. And I’m a big advocate of tattoos here, but really? Research your artist, tattoos are FOREVER. Also, Mr. Stupied is pretty stupied for assuming ALL Catholics are white, have we never heard of Latin America Mr Stupied? On that note: Stupied? Really? And you are a nurse? Poor poor people that visit your hospital.
And, no wonder my skin is so smooth and blemish free! All these years I thought I was abusing Oxycontin, here I was just treating acne all along! Sweet!
@P … I believe SomeRandomChick is referring to the religion practiced by many folks in Latin America, namely Catholicism. She made no mention of their skin color. Perhaps you should read a comment carefully before insulting the poster – makes YOU look less stupid )
@P – You are one of those people who always look for a reason to be offended. I HATE people like you. Please reread SomeRandomChicks post and actually process it this time with out adding imaginary qualifiers like “ALL”(Latin Americans) to her post. ASS.
Umm, I’m still wondering why the husband doesn’t know how to spell the wife’s name, or her birthday for that matter? Isn’t that something you should have covered, oh I don’t know… nine months ago? Longer perhaps? That whole conversation just reaks with strange.
I’m wondering whether Sydney just assumed that the woman’s baby daddy is her husband. If being present at the conception and the birth of the child was the extent of his involvement with this woman, his lack of knowledge about her makes a little more sense.
RandomChick and Zoned, As a nurse myself, I’m gonna safely assume Sydney is NOT a nurse, cos if she is, I’m hanging up my little white nurse’s uniform this second as a protest.
It will be brought out only when attending my second job as a stripper for men with nurse fetishes.
I assume Andrea was actually thinking of the “Oxycute ‘em” ads and, I guess, it KINDA sounds like Oxycontin… but not even close to the same thing!! But yes the “Oxycute ‘em” ads are actually about a product just called “Oxy”: that’s the acne one.
Besides that, though, Andrea took Tim’s comment too seriously, c’mon, oxymoron: acne medicine for morons? unless he really is an idiot (which wouldn’t surprise me after seeing a whole lot of these lamebook posts- geezzzzz…. :-0 ) he was making a joke man. it wasn’t a great one… but it was kinda sweet… It was quite a fail not to see that from Andrea’s side…
@34: Let’s just hope to God that she’s just a really “stuipid” receptionist and not actually practising anything that has to do with medicine whatsoever…
I pity Sydney, and most of all I pity Mr Stuiped’s wife.
And just to settle the debate, there are over a billion Catholics spread all over the world, and belonging to all races. There are Catholics in Africa, in the Middle East, in India, in China… anywhere you care to look. See http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/4243727.stm
Those damned grammar police always trying to get involved, eh? But could you please explain what you mean by “all up in my biz”? And I’m not entirely sure I’d know how to use “ragging” correctly in a sentence. It’s not gay slang is it? Wouldn’t want to embarrass myself!
I suppose it would explain a little why he might not know every little detail.
I’m a little disturbed though by the fact that the soon to be not pregnant anymore woman would want what seems to be a stranger with her when she’s dropping child. Creepy…
Regardless of her job title Sydney’s the idiot. She couldn’t have waited to ask her question when the dude clearly didn’t have a clue? I’m pretty sure her name, Bdate and race will all still be the same AFTER she’s done with contractions.
Im also a nurse! And yes, i am also sceptical- considering the amount of tests and interviews i had to attend to even allow me to get onto a nursing course at university, i highly doubt that she is actually a nurse…God helps us all if she is.
I’ve known some “stuipid” nurses before. One nurse honestly thought that you couldn’t get pregnant, if he “pulled out”. I brought my cousin to her for a morning after pill and she said “well, did he pull out?” and my cousin said yes, so the nurse said “well, did it feel like any got inside you anyway?”. I interrupted and said yes and elbowed my cousin. We got the pill and quickly walked out.
Another nurse had a heated discussion with me and my ex-wife in which she claimed that only women could get STDs from straight sex, since they were the ones “receiving” all of the fluids. She stated that if any man had an STD, then he had experimented in homosexual sex. She was 100% serious. She was also Australian, if that matters, haha.
Therefore, I don’t automatically assume that Sydney is not a nurse.
Thanks to Lamebook, the English speaking world now has new ways to spell both “retart” and “stuiped”. Who says you can’t get learn-ed on the internetz!
And Mcowles, I agree with the nurse thing. The girl I’m seeing is studying to be a nurse and she finds that some of the people in her college classes are ill-prepared to write any sort of test or do any sort of reading/studying. “I thought we’d, like, just be caring for people and stuff! What’s with all these medical terms!”
mc yes, there are some dumb people masquerading as professionals in many industries including health, and maybe Sydney is one of them, so God help the patients if she is. More disturbing is your story… sexual health ain’t my speciality, but the stupidity of those nurses you spoke to is shocking.
I’m sure they teach that shit at school mc, so I suggest the next time you want some advice about your weeping member, go ask a teenager.
hey, if they’re going to write it, they should at least be able to spell it. ESPECIALLY if it’s their first language! Just my opinion. Writing is essential in life and business, you look unprofessional if you can’t spell at work. You look like a complete ass if you write an insult about someone and can’t even spell it correctly.
Calling someone stupid while making spelling errors really does make that person look like a complete idiot (or completely “stuiped” haha)
It’s so simple, really. If you’re typing it on the net then Google is right at your fingertips… For f**k sakes, why don’t people use it!? Typos I can understand… Spelling errors: sorry, there really is no excuse…
I realise I’m super late to the party here, but I just had to make a comment. The tattoo? I think it’s supposed to be like that. I think the “i” is actually a “j” (considering it’s in script), which would make it a play on the Canadian accent. “Canadajan, eh?” Considering the Canadian sense of humour (self-mockery), I would consider this a possibility.
I must agree with Vanzie101. I am a Canadian. We don’t pronounce Canadian with a j, not even a j that doesn’t even sound like j. Phillip and Terrence are poor examples of the Canadian “accent”, if one even exists.
I have sent a letter to the Prime Minister asking him to kick Andre and his stuiped (ha ha… that was fun!) tattoo artist out of the country.
sarre and ria_rokz – you guys can’t be serious, can you?! it’s not that the “i” looks like a “j”! that’s how the “i” looks in that typeface. the messed up part of the tattoo is that there is an added “A” before that “i”!!!!! CANADAIAN makes no sense. this is exactly why people think CANADIANS are retarded. thanks a lot.