So it is finally here. My last medicine call and basically my last day of internship. This day is ranking up there with reading a "you've matched" email or a med school acceptance letter. Only 4 more unappreciative, rude, "self pay" patients to admit. About 1 hr of rounding tomorrow am. 4 more unnecessary rectals. 900+ stupid calls from nursing (equivalent to one crosscover call). And next month, it's on to an elective, where my responsibilities consist of packing up my apartment and studying for step 3. It only took 4 years high school, 4 years undergrad, 4 years med school, one year of internship and $200K to get to the point where I can start learning about my future trade. Despite all of that, life is good right now. Congrats to the rest of the scutmonkeys in my same position.