Do We Need To Know This?
F: Do you think that’s important?
M: Probably, but it just hurts to put it into my brain.
Quizzing Each Other
M: What might you think of if you see someone with bone pain, aseptic necrosis of the femur, pancytopenia and thrombocytopenia? PAS +.
F: I want to say Tay Sach’s but I know it’s not. It’s Gaucher, right? Crumpled tissue paper lookin’? Because Tay Sach’s is a deficiency in hexosaminidase A and has nothing to do with bone pain even though I keep thinking it does? There’s no hepatosplenomegaly and it looks like onions? You see it a lot in Ashkenazi Jews?
M: I stopped paying attention, but that sounded right.
M: (sitting at the table with his face in a pillow)
F: Um, are you sure you don’t want to lie on the OMT bench instead? I can trade with you.
M: No, it’s okay.
F: That looks really, really uncomfortable.
M: I know, but you don’t understand, it’s too far away.
F: Oh, but I do. I’ve already walked back and forth from it twice during this conversation. I’m moving my stuff! You can have it!
F: It’s happening!
M: But Farrah, it’s too far!
F: I’ll pick you up and move you over there; it’ll be fine!
M: (drapes self over OMT bench)
F: Do you want a blanket?
F: You look cold.
M: I am, but that’s too far away too.
F: (stomach growls)
M: (stomach growls back)
F/M: Hungry? :[
M: (after a rather in-depth online search for all open restaurants/eateries => calls our favorite BBQ place) Hey! What time are you open til today?
: 7 p.m.
M: I love you! We’ll be right over!
F: We have one lecture left!
M: Yeah, but Farrah, I really don’t want to do it. I just want to lie in my bed. Unless you want me to stay and go over it.