Ever get the feeling your life's one big long card game? (Or an episode of a soap opera, for you sad non-geeks who never played Magic: The Gathering and who wasted your lives actually having, you know, a life. --Editor)
Well above is the card that every second-year med student in Cambridge is playing right now. We're one week away from exams, and as I desperately try to cram as many waking hours as possible into studying and re-read the comments that you kind souls posted under the previous two posts for encouragement (yes, I have the discipline of a retarded sloth on LSD. I was knocked on the head as a child, okay? --Ed), I came across some comments saying basically the same thing, ranging from "I think you should maybe stop blogging for a while" to "Get off the Net and do some work, idiot!"
After taking this advice to heart (and after reading the threatening email our tutor sent us that resembled this picture somewhat:
Don't ask me why I have boobs and a dress, okay. I, uhm, like to do that sometimes.) I have decided to put this blog into hiatus for a bit. At least until after my exams, which start on Saturday the 26th (yes, Saturday exams. Don't you just love medical school? --Ed) and end in the second week of June. In the meantime, I'll be haunting all your blogs instead, so get ready for a LOT of crappy last-minute-revision-induced jokes (HAH! And you thought me going away for a couple of weeks was finally going to cure some of the brain damage I caused. --Ed) so please do refrain from sending me hate mail if I'm a little slow in adding your blog to my sidebar or replying your emails.
Good luck for all of you having exams, and I'll see you on the other side!
P.S. And if you miss me too much, contractual obligations mean I'll still be writing for Medscape, though considering it's exam season and I'm crazier than I usually am, some of my entries will be projectile-vomit-inducing. There, that counts as a health warning. Aren't I nice? :)