Three women and a man, all in their early twenties, sat in the booth behind us. They were wearing dark blue scrubs. From their conversation, we concluded that they were, or had recently been, students in a healthcare class.
One woman said, “I cheated on the test.”
Another said, “I cheated too.”
The third said, “I cheated on the test, but I didn’t cheat on the final.”
The man said, “I cheated.”
I don’t know what type of class it was, but I do feel sorry for the patients when these individuals attempt to put their knowledge—or lack of it—into practice.