Get Out of My Emergency Room. Term used to identify an elderly patient who is too sick to cure and refuses to die, causing the physician or nurse much wasted effort, time, and material for no good reason. Taken from House of God by Samuel Shem. Also a derisive term for a nursing home patient so far gone with senility that that all he or she can do is sit in a chair or lie in a bed, be fed pureed
food, defecate and gather bed sores.
Doc, we gotta nuther Gomer in room number five.
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petru mircea butnariu, 45 Spain, Santa Cruz De Tenerife
Native language: Romanian
Foreign language: Spanish
pappa, 31 Cuba, Santa Clara
Native language: Spanish
Foreign language: Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, Italian
hola people, soy fans a charly garcia, amo la vie y espero que mi mama me encuentre en este sitio hoy,
hola mami, dejame un mensaje, xoxoox
garçon, tres jolie
Michael Gorbachev, 30 Russian Federation, Ulyanovsk
Native language: Russian
Foreign language: English, Japanese
Hello everyone, my name is Michael and Im from Russia. Im a freelancer who specializing in motion design and animation. I would like to practise my english and in return I can teach you russian or we can just become good friends =).