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一个外国留学生在中国住院 收到一张“灵魂纸条

2019-5-21 21:59| 发布者: 荠菜| 查看: 86| 评论: 1

摘要: 灵魂画手啊。一幅“画”前段时间在Reddit社区上火了。事情是这样的:一枚在中国的留学生,生病住院了,而照顾的护士不太会说英语。但护士小姐姐很体贴。为了和这枚歪果仁更好地沟通,她展现了自己的画技…… ... ...

灵魂画手啊。

一幅“画”前段时间在Reddit社区上火了。

事情是这样的:一枚在中国的留学生,生病住院了,而照顾的护士不太会说英语。

但护士小姐姐很体贴。为了和这枚歪果仁更好地沟通,她展现了自己的画技……


I’ve had the misfortune of ending up in hospital in a foreign country and let me tell you, it’s not a nice experience.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s better than not going to a hospital, and infinitely better than ending up in a foreign prison, but still, it ain’t that pleasant.

It’s mostly the fear of being in an unknown environment surrounded by people who don’t speak your language and can’t actually gauge what’s up with you.

Fortunately my injury was pretty obvious as a I had a piece of glass sticking out of my foot, and as it goes the Thai nurses and doctor that saw to me were very helpful.

Nevertheless, language mix-ups are a real thing, as one international student found out when he was hospitalised in China.

Apparently, the nurse couldn’t properly communicate with the patient and get that all important medical information over to him, so she thought outside the box and wrote him a hilariously detailed note with some decidedly questionable drawings.

Reddit user WaspDog uploaded the note and internet users went wild.

Check it out:

Brilliant.

No food or water after 10pm, you’re getting knifed at 8am in the morning.

To be fair, the nurses handwriting is far superior to mine and the sketches are pretty well illustrated.

Naturally, people started coming up with their own hilarious interpretations:

I assume the patient in question lived and was given the proper medical treatment he needed.

Although I can’t actually be 100% sure.

Should I inform the authorities? This note might be needed for evidence…

Images via Reddit/Getty







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