top 10 medical student pick-up lines

One of the The only perks of being a medical student is being able to use your status to pick up women.  I say women because this only seems to work for guys.  It seems that most guys are scared off by women who may be smarter than them, so us female med students are out of luck here (for the most part).

10.  [Holds reflex hammer]  Want to see a neat trick?

9.  [Holds stethoscope]  Why don’t you listen to your heart and go out with me?

8.  [Looks for any hint of a tiny insignificant skin imperfection, e.g., a harmless mole]  Has anyone ever looked at that?  Why don’t we go back to my place so I can give you a full exam?

7.  Are you flecainide?  Because I think you just made my heart skip a beat.

6.  For the shy guy:  No words required.  He just plants himself at the local Starbucks with a whole array of books that scream “I’m in medical school” and pretends to study, hoping that the girls will notice and make the first move.

5.  For the exhibitionist: He just wears his scrubs/short white coat + stethoscope around his neck everywhere he goes.  Everywhere.

4.  Hello, my name is Doctor-to-be Bob.

3.  Hello, my name is Joe.  I’m a medical student.  That means I’m going to be a doctor.

2.  The name is Bill. M-S-one (as he flips his ID out of his wallet detective-style).

1.  [When hitting on a fellow med student]  How about we ditch this joint and go study some anatomy? *wink wink*

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