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14 Signs You Weren't Destined To Be A Doctor

OK, so you're not the most health-conscious individual. But even if you don't have the heart to be a doctor, you still need health insurance. Get covered, Illinois!

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1. You think that "high blood pressure" means your blood is powerful.


You got HEART.

2. You're not sure of the difference between a virus and bacteria.

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But you're "pretty sure" you've had your tetanus shot.

3. You don't necessarily "believe in" fruits and vegetables.


Kale's just a trend.

4. You think Band-Aids are an overpriced scam.

What a rip-off! (LOL "rip-off.")
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What a rip-off! (LOL "rip-off.")

5. Instead of buying new contacts, you buy eye drops.


Expiration dates are just recommendations.

6. Part of you believes in the healing power of crystals.

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And you definitely believe in your personal psychic.

7. The only hospitals you can name are fictional.

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And the doctors you respect all have "Mc" before their last names.

8. You think it's funny to call your special parts by their anatomical names.


Sometimes nicknames just make more sense.

9. You're sort of jazzed to break a bone just so you can get super creative on the cast.

"Oh had I but followed the arts!"
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"Oh had I but followed the arts!"

10. When you're congested, you exclusively use the "cough it out" principle.


Makes sense.

11. When you have a rash, you write yourself a prescription for powder.

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What you can't see can't hurt you.

12. Your cure for most everything is "sleeping it off."

Or as the experts call it, "a fast-forward."

13. Floss just "isn't a thing" for you.


"Never have. Never will."

14. And the only thing you do for your friends when they're sick is avoid them.

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