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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by quideam, Apr 21, 2004.
a mix between the sensitive soul and the prankster.. I'd give the my friend's house keys to the patient and let my friend roam around looking for them
A cross between the painfully enthusiastic, the sensitive soul, the prankster, and the questionable admission!
i might become the missing guy .... or the 12 year old guy ;o
One track mind/ Crier
I am very clearly the questionable admission.
I am definetelly the twelve year-old
As an example, one of my professors was talking about muscle vibrators in relation to motor and balance control and he said something along the lines of: This is an old vibrator, it's so hard to find one like this anymore. The new vibrators all have too many moving parts and don't work as well.
I had to physically restrain myself from laughing out loud in class.
I'm thinking I'll be a mix between the overly enthusiastic and the crier.
crier/questionable admission/twelve year old/overly enthusiastic
Hopefully not all at the same time.
Something wrong with the website! <sobs>
(Guess we know which one I am? )
Painfully enthusiastic which to most means painfully annoying
I had to email the site to friends. I would say I will probably be a mixture between overly enthusiastic/questionable admission/sensitive soul/onetrack mind... and crier if I get really, really stressed.
I think I'd be the sane one...considering I already work at the Gap...
Pretty funny. I guess the Prankster type trying to be a gunner
I'm probably going to be "perpetually enraged." I get mad sometimes and think I have anger management issues.
haha I laugh whenever I see that
Probably the Enthusiastic or Missing