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Sep 1, 2014
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If medblrs went to Hogwarts

randommomentsdevida:

Gryffindor

Hufflepuff

Ravenclaw

Slytherin 

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Sep 1, 2014
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Since when are heels considered “overdressed”?

aspiringdoctors:

coffeemuggermd:

Did anybody here even watch Sex and the City?

Unpossible. Heels are never overdressed.

Don’t let them dull your sparkle.

Amen, sisters. Amen.


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Sep 1, 2014
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irandommomentsdevida said: What is your Hogwarts houusseee??? (And now I want all the medblrs to sort themselves so I can make a masterpost because procrastinating go!)

randommomentsdevida:

irandommomentsdevida:

ermedicine:

md-admissions:

When I was younger, I would’ve told you Ravenclaw, no question. But now I’m not so sure so I did five (for science!) quizzes to see where I sorted. 3/5 said GRYFFINDOR!

My official pottermore sorting is Gryffindor! 

Md-A and I are members of the cool kids club AKA Gryffindor.

lol! When I did pottermore, I first got Gryffindor, but then I made another account and got Slytherin LOOOL 

reblogged to wrong account mehh

ARE YOU HARRY POTTER OR SOMETHING?


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Sep 1, 2014
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irandommomentsdevida said: What is your Hogwarts houusseee??? (And now I want all the medblrs to sort themselves so I can make a masterpost because procrastinating go!)

ermedicine:

md-admissions:

When I was younger, I would’ve told you Ravenclaw, no question. But now I’m not so sure so I did five (for science!) quizzes to see where I sorted. 3/5 said GRYFFINDOR!

My official pottermore sorting is Gryffindor! 

Md-A and I are members of the cool kids club AKA Gryffindor.

It is scientific fact that Gryffindor is where the super-cool dwell. It says ‘brave’ in the Sorting Hat song and all but really ‘super-cool’ is more accurate.


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Sep 1, 2014
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descantforhope replied to your post: irandommomentsdevida said:What is…

Yay! We are housemates!

YEEESSSSSS


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Sep 1, 2014
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irandommomentsdevida said: What is your Hogwarts houusseee??? (And now I want all the medblrs to sort themselves so I can make a masterpost because procrastinating go!)

When I was younger, I would’ve told you Ravenclaw, no question. But now I’m not so sure so I did five (for science!) quizzes to see where I sorted. 3/5 said GRYFFINDOR!


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Sep 1, 2014
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kyidyl replied to your post “Nothing like taking a study break and getting into a car accident”

Since a billion people have already told you they’re glad you’re ok (I am too) and that lady’s an ass (she is), I’m gonna say…baby batmobile? What kinda car do you have?

Thank you, darling! :)

Oh yes, my car’s name is Baby Batmobile, Baby for short. This is freaky to folks I know who prescribe to the “she-might-be-Dean-Winchester” theory, because I named my car before I ever watched Supernatural. 

Baby is a Black 2011 Nissan Juke. She’s a tank and a beast, barely even got scratched yesterday, thank goodness!


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Sep 1, 2014
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moshita:

Interactive medical exhibits

The MEGA® Collection of interactive medical exhibits provides large-scale, educational models of the human anatomy. These inflatable exhibit rentals are ideal for teaching people about the risks, symptoms, nature, and causes of various diseases. They work closely with a team of board-certified medical professionals to ensure the models and informational signs are technically accurate. Currently, you can rent the MEGA Heart®,MEGA Brain®MEGA Lungs®, and MEGA Body® portable exhibits for easy setup at virtually any location.

Medical Inflatables

I need these for…learning. Yes.

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Sep 1, 2014
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pizzzatime:

katie-scott: Piece for Nautilus on the eye.

pizzzatime:

katie-scottPiece for Nautilus on the eye.

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Sep 1, 2014
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(Source: artsciencenursing, via mistressofsurgery)