Most first-time visitors are actually curious to know what's actually hidden inside the hideaway storage closets situated alongside the empty hospital corridors - where even intrepid nurses fear to tread and only foolish interns venture. Far from containing such hysterical flights of fancy as decaying corpses or bloodied murder implements, they actually contain medical records stacked up from the time of Methuselah's birth. With long-staying tenants, it's quite unsurprising that their records start resembling mouldy, unwieldy encyclopaedias, with little reference sheets edging out in every direction liberally dotted with blood stains and other bodily fluids.
And that's not counting other dried-up creepy-crawlies and silverfish paraphernalia.
Decided to take a short coffee break five minutes ago to rest my aching eyes ( and my puffy nose from all that damned flying dust! ). I'll admit it's not easy interpreting a hurried doctor's scrawl ( unintelligible chicken scratchings anyone? ) after all. :)
Taking a well-deserved break...
After scanning through a few blogs, seems like this snazzy visual profile idea has become the latest bloggers' hit du jour - so how could I not jump on that particular bandwagon with the rest? Of course I'd prefer jumping onto a passing wagon with Brandon Routh and Chris Evans blissfully naked on a comfy haypile - but that's not gonna happen.
Unfortunately. Sigh. If wishes were horses, beggars would ride and all that. :) And I'd be having a deliciously dirrrty threesome with Brandon and Chris in all sorts of illegal sweaty tantric positions ( but I bet the boys are bendy enough ) amongst the dusty medical tomes. Sometimes I wonder whether my wicked inner fantasies would actually show on my visual DNA profile.
Not sure what sofisticat means exactly but escape artist sounds true enough since there's nothing I'd love to do more than to just run off into the sunset, passport in hand with destination unknown. :) Which of course goes with the junkie monkey without rules or restrictions ( no inhibitions? ).
So what do you think? An accurate enough reading?