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Ever since someone linked that "ask a bro making xyz an hour" ER doc thread in pre-osteo I have been noticing a marked increase in awareness and quality Misc. diction/grammar/off-topic BS up in this bish.

Seems like at least once a thread someone gets in a good "do people ever cut the arms off their scrubs" etc. We even not one, but TWO uwotm8s now.

Is this a side-effect of acceptances rolling out, that coasting MS-0s are suddenly putting down the caffeine and picking up the protein? Is it just now becoming socially acceptable on sdn to admit to lifting? (SRS)


Do you even operate bro?


Forearms of peace on right?

Will rep for serious discussion and good sense of humor from mods. Anyone maintain or even up their lifting routines in med school?


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but srs. Redundant forum is redundant. Discuss something new for once. If we must be serious, how about how you would handle a patient who is very into supplements and such? there are some sketchball looking supps in some of these nutrition stores. Multiple cases of cardiac arrests among otherwise perfectly healthy young dudes too, right? Result of supplements? Or just other issues?


No supps for this brah, all natty..


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for reality though, i'm debating giving up lifting

because once i med school starts, i expect my 9.998988779999/10 muscle aesthetics to turn into muscles of peace. so if i'm gonna lose all dem gains anyway, i might as well quit the diet and start shotgunning cheap beer like its going out of style. anyone else feel this way?

i can maybe coast through summer while dem aesthetics slowly fade, then i can hit med school like the real fat bro my genetics tells me i should be.
 
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I think it would be hard to maintain greek statue in med school though, so I can see your point. Still in need of dem dere gaynes personally so not dropping anything yet.
 

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Ever since someone linked that "ask a bro making xyz an hour" ER doc thread in pre-osteo I have been noticing a marked increase in awareness and quality Misc. diction/grammar/off-topic BS up in this bish.

Seems like at least once a thread someone gets in a good "do people ever cut the arms off their scrubs" etc. We even not one, but TWO uwotm8s now.

Is this a side-effect of acceptances rolling out, that coasting MS-0s are suddenly putting down the caffeine and picking up the protein? Is it just now becoming socially acceptable on sdn to admit to lifting? (SRS)


Do you even operate bro?


Forearms of peace on right?

Will rep for serious discussion and good sense of humor from mods. Anyone maintain or even up their lifting routines in med school?


Also, inb4 steroid pathway/interactions/risks
inb4 ortho
inb4 lock for thread being of questionable value




















but srs. Redundant forum is redundant. Discuss something new for once. If we must be serious, how about how you would handle a patient who is very into supplements and such? there are some sketchball looking supps in some of these nutrition stores. Multiple cases of cardiac arrests among otherwise perfectly healthy young dudes too, right? Result of supplements? Or just other issues?


No supps for this brah, all natty..


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Those three guys in scrubs don't lift...or am I missing something?
 

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Ever since someone linked that "ask a bro making xyz an hour" ER doc thread in pre-osteo I have been noticing a marked increase in awareness and quality Misc. diction/grammar/off-topic BS up in this bish.

Seems like at least once a thread someone gets in a good "do people ever cut the arms off their scrubs" etc. We even not one, but TWO uwotm8s now.

Is this a side-effect of acceptances rolling out, that coasting MS-0s are suddenly putting down the caffeine and picking up the protein? Is it just now becoming socially acceptable on sdn to admit to lifting? (SRS)


Do you even operate bro?


Forearms of peace on right?

Will rep for serious discussion and good sense of humor from mods. Anyone maintain or even up their lifting routines in med school?


Also, inb4 steroid pathway/interactions/risks
inb4 ortho
inb4 lock for thread being of questionable value




















but srs. Redundant forum is redundant. Discuss something new for once. If we must be serious, how about how you would handle a patient who is very into supplements and such? there are some sketchball looking supps in some of these nutrition stores. Multiple cases of cardiac arrests among otherwise perfectly healthy young dudes too, right? Result of supplements? Or just other issues?


No supps for this brah, all natty..


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