Loupes, laryngoscopes, headlights, oh my!
Otolaryngologists have their fair share of cool toys.
Recently, whenever I pick up an ugly grape I find myself thinking aloud, “Ugh. Ulcerated grape.”
JG Quintel made a similarly themed post on his twitter account.
May was that deep dark time known as “intensive period.” I had no greater foe than Step 1.
My friends and I found humor to be a great coping mechanism. This post comes from one of my friends, The Tabloid Reader.
As the mind groweth, the waistline will not far behind follow.
This is an old post related to Step 1. Thanks to one of my classmates for the suggestion! To the students out there, what is your study snack of choice?
Today’s sketch comes with a haiku—
by Kimberly Wong
"hello? what’s the deal?"
step one is around the bend
things are getting real
The sketch was inspired by Lisa Congdon’s blog 365 Days of Hand LetteringAnd here’s something fun- a cool combo of drawing, anatomy, and cartoons. http://www.buzzfeed.com/ofbunnies/cartoon-character-skeletons-21j0
"Saffron City?" one might ask.
"Why would I go to medical school there? I’d much rather go to Cerulean City. I’d go to the beach (and study) every day!”
Say no more, my friend. I’ve got you covered. I made posters for fans of all three of the original trio.
Clearly, much has happened since I last watched Pokemon…back when The game was being released as the Red/Blue version!!! (Blue version ftw!)
Noelle Stevenson is one of my favorite web artists. Among her many pieces, her “Pokeymans” series might be my favorite. People describe a particular pokemon’s appearance to her, and then she tries to draw it. The twist? She doesn’t really know anything about Pokemon. The final product is usually comedy gold (her post-drawing commentary are the best).
You can see the entire series here.
in case you missed it, I released a post last Friday about getting 3rd year clerkship schedules.)