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anonymous asked:

Your name sarah in korean 살아(sar ah) means live/life. Long live SARAH🙌 YOU ARE MY LIFE❤

WAIT REALLY?? OMG LMAO THATS SO COOL💗💗💗💗

E.O.S / SAR.AH J. MA.AS SENTENCE STARTERS

“You say ‘kill [insert name]’ as if that is some easy task.”
“It would seem that legend is wrong.”
“Is there anything else that you have to say to me?”
“I should die with them.”
“Why did you tell me not to?”
“You always have an answer to everything.”
“I cannot stay long.”
“I found it occupied. So I unoccupied it. You’re welcome.”
“But you’re going to cram in as many cryptic warnings as you can, right?”
“I shouldn’t even be surprised.”
“I have walked through more nightmares than you realize.”
“She didn’t tell us her specific reasons.”
“You know how my tastes run.”
“Get out of my seat.”
“Take your… menagerie with you.”
“I’d hardly call wrecking his shit-poor city and ships a ‘petty grudge’.”
“You said you’d stand watch. I thought you meant outside.”
“You sidetracked me.”
“And will hearing about it cost me?”
“She can get in line.”
“Only for sport.”
“You will do no such thing.”
“This is absurd.”
“What do you mean, come back here?”
“We don’t have time for what-ifs.”
“Your guess is as good as mine.”
“Well, you didn’t drag your ancient carcass all the way here for nothing. So let’s get on with it.”
“Do something.”

Sar(ah)castic: Old questions & Modern Medicine

On the Sar(ah)castic Series I’m ironically writing about topics that busy myself. Don’t take them too serious … or maybe you should? Enjoy ;)

At our med school we have to take an annual exam which comprises all lectures & topics we were thought by profs in two semesters. We are all very busy during the school year & when suddenly the summer months arrive, we get stressed like hell: HOW SHOULD I MANAGE TO STUDY THIS AMOUNT?

The majority of my fellow students see a solution in old exam questions. They pass the exam, celebrate the semester ending & forget their medical “knowledge”.  Isn’t it sad? 

When I’m talking to the “grown up” doctors they tell me stories about the frightening Pathology Exam or the “Bone’s Coll” … This generation actually had to learn facts & terms and demonstrate their knowledge under the watchful eyes of the Profs. 

And us? We’re just sitting in front of old questions, trying to combine a “Finasterid” with a “5-alpha-reductase inhibitor” … well, let’s get to next old exam question

It’s easy judging I know, BUT I DO WANT TO STUDY medicine, I DO WANT TO READ AND LOOK FACTS UP IN A BOOK.

i want to understand.

Old questions may be the easiest way, but in my opinion not the right one. They may save your butt to pass the exam, but they won’t save your patient.