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Friday, March 30, 2007


How to cheer people up in a hospital
First of all, if you do not like this post, i don't care I'm not going to remove it because of you.

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The official http://ahs-namron.blogspot.com guide to cheer people up in the hospital

This guide teaches you 3 ways to cheer people up...and become an ass. Your behavior is of utmost important. After you have finished reading this guide, you will have at least 80% of the knowledge of how to cheer people up in the hospital.

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1) COVER THE BLANKET

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Saw a paralyzed person? What should you do? How about...talking to him? Or cleaning him using a warm, moist towel? DON'T. When u see a paralyzed victim, cover the blanket up, especially when you notice people are coming to visit him. When his/her relatives cry, you tell them "I COVERED THE BLANKET FOR FUN, HAHAHAH!". His relatives will have a good laugh.

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2) "I'm fit and healthy. How about you?"

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Went to a ward full of sickly patients? Those who are suffering from deficiencies...? How about telling them how fit you are and that you are able to attend school normally? If they have any limps missing, just remind them that you have (insert amount) more than them.

If they have any fingers missing, ask them to count one to ten using fingers. Finally, u record yourself saying 'I'm fit and healthy' in a recorder, place it in the ward, switch to the maximum volume and leave it to play continuously. The victim will definitely chuckle.

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3) OFF THE SWITCH

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1st, find such a patient shown above. When you have found one, tell a joke or a story(anything will do) to the person.

(1) When the patient is not listening to you, switch off the power to his supply of oxygen and say "I'm not going to turn it on until you laugh".
(2) After the person laugh, switch it on again and continue your story/joke(provided he/she is laughing). When the patient is caught not laughing, switch it off again.
(3)Repeat step (1)&(2) as many times as possible. The victim will laugh to death.
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If any of you tried the above out...tell me.

Norman,
Namron.

Norman Au.



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