Although the whole idea of our "leadership and management" clinical puts me in a bad mood, there have been some funny moments. When a doctor is performing a colonoscopy, he puts a lot of air into the intestines. During check-in, the nurses explain this to each patient and tell them that they will not be allowed to leave until the air has started coming back out. It is funny to watch the patients’ faces when they realize what this means- they can’t leave until the nurses have heard them fart. The men don’t seem to mind this so much, but the women turn red or immediately state, "I won’t do that here." The nurses always smile and say, "Yes you will!" In the three days I have been in the clinic, I have to say that the nurses have been right every time!