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Nurses quit hospitals for Prostitution Work

Discussion in 'Australia Massage Reviews' started by happyjoy, Mar 19, 2012.


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  1. happyjoy

    happyjoy Member

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    http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/story/0,23739,24830927-952,00.html

    :grin: :grin: :grin:

    Some of the nurses i've had while in hospital were HOT!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Lil Dude Eats Tinkerbell

    Lil Dude Eats Tinkerbell Member

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    Oooh, wonder where they work.. I reckon I could probably fit some of that in my Christmas schedule
     
  3. swelou

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    A few of our own AB babes are ex-nurses.
     
  4. wildy

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    I've been visiting a WL who is an ex-nurse. She has a very good knowledge of anatomy!
     
  5. bytchass

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    This is nothing new, it's been happening for years. I've even met ex-Qld nurses working here in Sydney
     
  6. jamai

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    Who remembers Christy at Milton who also did a striptease and lapdance before riding you in the chair? She was nurse as well. She was a lot fun!
     
  7. hotchick02

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    Ahhh so that's why the hospital system is in crisis, Australia wide. Can't blame the nurses really. Much better to get the same money for putting up with the occasional smelly client than wiping smelly bottoms, and dressing smelly ulcers.
     
  8. Irenie Leigh

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    I had a fair bit to do with nurses, in my younger day. I found them to be dedicated people who worked hard. Also found they liked to play hard, possibly to negate some of the mental anguish they experienced in their job.
     
  9. Vikki

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    many of our hospitals are in a shambles , a distinct lack of hardware (equipment) and software (quality people) continues to plague the system. What are the politicians doing ???


    If one were to fall really ill, better to do so overseas
     
  10. Red Dragon

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    The more nurses that the government can lure back to work in the hospitals will obviously make the male patients a lot HAPPIER :shock: :shock: !!!!
     
  11. Lainn

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    The current local impression that we have a terrible health service is quite amazing, and I for one am extremely happy that I am in Australia and not overseas as we do in fact have one of the best health systems of any country - including all those lovely nurses, serving us either in the traditional or more personal services.

    Yes, we do have hospital waiting lists, but they are for the most part much shorter than those of most overseas countries (including countries such as the UK and US), and despite what you hear we are also very well equipped...although of course hospitals could always do with more. One of our biggest problems is providing adequate regional health, but in our cities we are catered for by an extraordinary band of highly qualified health professionals. I think that we do them a great disservice to continually winge on about it. Reviewom my own personal experience of health systems in quite a few overseas countries, we are top rate!

    My biggest whinge is saved for our Reviewiends of the media who love to beat up every issue they can...see earlier posts!! If we need to demand a radical improvement in anything in this country it is our woeful media!!

    Sorry....this post was for something a little more light-hearted...bring on the nursing WLs, I need some comforting TLC ;)
     
  12. Retro95

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    The politicians are doing what they always do; talking about what they're going to be doing about it
     
  13. Stuff

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    So which AB ladies were nurses then?
     
  14. drgnrdr451

    drgnrdr451 Member

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    Nurses quit hospitals for Prostitution Work

    Reminds me of a British porn movie I saw ("Uniform Behaviour" directed by Anna Span) which had a scene where two nurses give a sponge bath, tit bonk and fuck to a patient; all the while having a constant gripe to each other about work, holidays, gossip, etc, as if the patient's not even in the room with them! Was a lot hotter than most porn-nurse-fetish scenes because of the 'reality' aspect.
     
  15. kkklownknight6699

    kkklownknight6699 Newbie

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    It's easy money.

    I think alot of them would do it at least part time.

    At least the nurses i've seen.
     

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