If you’re hangry and you know it clap your hands

There’s hunger, and then there’s the type of hunger that makes you consider the pros and cons of giving your left arm for a chocolate covered donut.

Unfortunately, nurses are all too familiar with that second, significantly less tolerable version of hunger, better known as “hanger.”

In this week’s episode of “The Katie Duke Show” on ScrubsBeat, Katie dissects the hanger we all know and hate, identifying what she believes to be the top 5 symptoms.

Check out the video to make sure you can recognize all the signs of hanger before it’s too late, and share with us any symptoms we might have missed in the comments section below.

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Katie Duke


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One Response to If you’re hangry and you know it clap your hands

  1. pjl

    In our OR, we call into each Operating room to ask if the scrub and circulator want lunch relief( in order to decrease room traffic). Each day there is a list of the rooms posted near a phone. We all know that extension well. We know when someone is “Hangry” when you call them and they do not identify the room or themself and just answer with a very loud YES!