November 3rd, 2012, 3:27 pm

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Reply JigokuNeko, November 3rd, 2012, 4:13 pm

re: nuuuu~ dr. Marlow is looking at the kitty, not eyeballing Damian! he considers Ilona a little kid. Tho it would be an interesting twist for some readers, you won't see me going there. i just hate may-december romances. like, really hate them and find them icky and problematic. just considering that one partner was like 18 or 20 or even 30 and 40 when the other was born is...disturbing.

re: yeah, i figured as much, i was going to ask you advice about this very chapter but i liked how it came out even if it is not totally realistic! i did read up on terminal surgeries and know some schools don't have them and that is the sum of my research, ehehe.

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Reply dukgrrl, November 3rd, 2012, 4:30 pm

@JigokuNeko: NO NOT THE KITTY!!! :( Kill anyone in the comic but the cat.

Reply cupEcake, November 3rd, 2012, 4:33 pm

ahh, good.
i didn't want any weird romance going on there (not that ilona would ever...)
but i also find it creepy...just today at work i was randomly thinking of how its so popular in mangas to have a student-and-teacher romance, but i find it so gross!
i don't know about japanese teachers, but i was never EVER attracted to any of my teachers...ever.

Reply Cruz_n_Angel, November 3rd, 2012, 10:14 pm

life lessons aww she's getting so many life lessons in one day :( i mean it is going to be part of her job but not her precious little friend D:

Reply Frog_Girl, November 4th, 2012, 12:08 am

Nooooo! Not the kitty! :(

Reply xcares (Guest), November 4th, 2012, 4:41 am

Didn't post in the previous page just to be sure but... yeah Mr Eye-patch is more like a crazy/weird uncle figure to her and not much else.

The comments about him having a thing for the girl caught me off-guard. The idea would have never crossed my mind.

The Japanese manga industry has a thing about anything forbidden.It's a cultural thing of a society that had ( and still has ) a lot propriety barriers. Fantasies always lose their appeal in the real world.

In most cases those "may-december romances" as you call them are nothing but the product of a transaction of some kind in real life.
And people don't tend to find them icky ... they ignore them as something totally natural...as long as there is a transaction.

Reply violet-san, November 4th, 2012, 11:48 am

it depends what you mean by terminal. My cat went in about 5 months ago and he was terminal. But it wasn't known until the last day that it would occur. Good vet schools will have a minimum of small animal operation (we have small, large and exotic wings) The public will bring there animals into there as their main veterinary practice and at some point they will be terminal. Everyone dies right. And RTA are sooo common.

I've been studying for my gloving, gowning and aspectic tests this last few months. Those two are NOT properly gowned. Vets do a full scrub and clean and gown the same as any human surgeon.

You should watch some greys anatomy :P That's how we are scrubbed except we use closed gloving techniques rather than plunge gloving. This page show how we dress for dentals- contaminated procedures.

I'm sorry I nit pick, but it's why I was put on earth XD I know it's a comic and I love it, but I'm not cable I setting certain things straight. You can just nod and ahmm interesting me or totally ignore I understand. I still love your comics they keep me partly sane between learning drugs.

We have better drugs though. we use all the human drugs plus we have drugs that human medicine is too scared to use :P I study at the school that first introduced pain medicine.

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