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The Lighter SideFrom the paramedic pondering a dignified solution as he surveys his previously digested Pot Noodle adorning the naked genitalia of a recently deceased lady to the man who rang the doctor Out of Hours service with an audibly severe case of excess flatulence with hilarious conseuences and the old lady's wig that caused one chuckling paramedic to struggle to keep a hold of the carry chair 'The Lighter Side An NHS Paramedic's Selection of Humorous Mess Room Tales' will have you laughing out loud then looking around furtively wondering if you should In his 'The Dark Side' series Andy Thompson gives us a taste of I think of the three books of his career this is the weaker one While the other two books have shown the harrowing side of being a paramedic this one tries to show the lighter side The old lady whose wig gets attached to the paramedics uniform the guy suffering from excessive flatulence spoiler alert it was a curry Some of thee stories will make you smile some of them will make you laugh However if you've read the previous two books some of the stories will be giving you a sense of deja vu It's a pity that he couldn't have kept the stories different through all three books I'd still recommend the series though

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ePub Ë The Lighter Side í 193 pages ´ eyltransferservices ✓ ➭ [Ebook] ➨ The Lighter Side By Andy Thompson ➹ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk From the paramedic pondering a dignified solution as he surveys his previously digested Pot Noodle adorning the naked genitalia of a recenThe heating on causing the already intolerable pong to become even unbearable making for a bangin' mess room tale on your later return Wonderfully illustrated with cartoons depicting each scene it's an eye watering insight into the Lighter Side of working on the Dark Side straight from the mess rooms of ambulance stations up and down the UK There's also a heartening reminder of the power of a flamin’ good belly laugh and its analgesic effect even in situations of severe pain This is a book that laughs in the face of extreme emotion and stress Outrageous? Perhaps Distasteful? Probably Humorous? Absolutely Combination of uiet funny to not at all stories uestionable patient ethics; honestly best part of the book was the bonus chapters at the end for his other 2 books Defiantly going to be getting copies of his other works if those bonus chapters are anything to go off

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The dark sense of humour paramedics use as a coping mechanism; here he packs laugh out loud moments into every page as he recalls health care professionals' encounters with the weirdest of behaviour hilarious misunderstandings and cringingly embarrassing episodes You'll soon be relating to the sense of humour that moves an ambulance driver to respond to his friend and fellow paramedic's predicament on a hot summer's day as a powerful smell engulfs the saloon of the vehicle What would you do? Open the cab windows and the hatch through to the saloon to provide some extra ventilation? Of course not You switch I really didn't enjoy this one Another review mentioned the authors professionalism alongside being funny but I don't really feel like he was either I found some stories to be uite judgemental of patients and their families and laughed maybe once or twice throughout the entire thing