Eastenders - Stacey Got Sectioned.

#1
Before you all bloody start on me, is it really that easy?

"Hello Doctor, she's off her head"

"Oh Ok then we'll come round with some bizzies and a few more doctors"

"Bye Stacey"

"Bye Mum"

For those of you that know me, you know I have taken an interest in this over the last few years.

Oh, and BTW, she has signed herself out of rehab and is MIA again.

Any tips or advice would be nice.

P.S. Feel free to use this post as ammo against me if you are that weak and have nothing else to use against me.
 
#2
['I know it's not real mode' on] Surprised they got the right person, thought they might have arrested Well Hard.
 
#3
CC_TA said:
['I know it's not real mode' on] Surprised they got the right person, thought they might have arrested Well Hard.
He's probably better looking than Junior :D
 
#5
Fallschirmjager said:
The_Snail said:
P.S. Feel free to use this post as ammo against me if you are that weak and have nothing else to use against me.
Okay then.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! You fucking looney. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! :crazy:
Rumbled. :roll:

Can I have some of your custard?
 
#7
Fallschirmjager said:
Some of my special salty custard? :)
Only if you wear your special pants and bring me a balloon.

I'm trying to be fucking serious here!!!

Go and watch re-runs of Ultimate Force and touch yourself. Go on, be a mate. :x
 

B_AND_T

MIA
Book Reviewer
#8
Fallschirmjager said:
Some of my special salty custard? :)
You know what, I actually feel quite ill now.
 
#9
No, it's not that easy. Most Doctors are loath to section someone as the consequences for doing so are quite large. Took feckin ages to get my brother sectioned and he's nutty as a fruitcake.
 
#10
wet_blobby said:
No, it's not that easy. Most Doctors are loath to section someone as the consequences for doing so are quite large. Took feckin ages to get my brother sectioned and he's nutty as a fruitcake.
Thank you WB, please PM me EXACT details on how to do it, if you wouldn't mind. I'm threaders.

<<adopts THAT tone of voice>> B and T, I will speak to you on Monday.
 

B_AND_T

MIA
Book Reviewer
#11
If anyone needs to be sectioned its Sluggy.
 
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#14
Fallschirmjager said:
You cannot be sectioned until you've been evaluated by a psychiatrist. A doctor hasn't the authority.
Say, for example, she'd seen more trick cyclists than I've had hot dinners or blokes, and she conned them all?
 
#15
It's hard to try to con someone that you're mad. Many try it to get put in mental hospitals instead of prison. Only a very few (probably those that are actually mad) make it.

It also depends on what type of mental illness it is. Those trying to make out they are criminally insane usually get caught out.
 
#16
Fallschirmjager said:
It's hard to try to con someone that you're mad. Many try it to get put in mental hospitals instead of prison. Only a very few (probably those that are actually mad) make it.
It's easy enough to con them you are not. Jesus tonight man, do you want a spelling test, or shall I explain my last again?
 
#17
It's not my fault your explanations are that of a small child. It's not easy to con someone that you're not mentally ill. Or should I say trying to con a psychiatrist.
 
#18
Fallschirmjager said:
It's not my fault your explanations are that of a small child. It's not easy to con someone that you're not mentally ill. Or should I say trying to con a psychiatrist.
Yes it is. Hahahahahaaaaaa!

(Sent you a PM)
 
#19
B_AND_T said:
Fallschirmjager said:
Some of my special salty custard? :)
You know what, I actually feel quite ill now.
Have you just eaten some custard?
 
#20
I once (many years ago, as a student nurse) helped to kidnap somebody - the CPN cane in on the ward where I was on my psych secondment, said "I need some manpower to bring somebody in, come with me", and off we toddled. After dragging the nutter from house into the car, and sitting on him until we got to the admissions ward, the CPN then admits to the Charge Nurse on the admissions ward that he hasn't actually got around to going to the GP and getting the paperwork sorted, he was going to do it after lunch.

It was at that point that I decided I REALLY didn't want to do my psych training!

On the subject of EastEnders, a girl at work recently was bemoaning the fact that she couldn't find a boyfriend who would look at EastEnders with her, and talk about it afterwards. We had to point out to her that a man who would look at EastEnders and talk about it afterwards is probably also looking for a boyfriend who would look at EastEnders and talk about it afterwards... :)
 

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