This is totally an off topic thing but I think we need to be off topic once in a while for some levity:-) With DVT\PE being a non discriminating affliction, it's very interesting to read what people have to say, and how they say it, from all over. When I'm reading along on someone's post and they say "I just got out of hospital" or "I was in hospital for...." being from the states I mentally stop, think, and then insert the "the" in front of hospital. It always makes me smile the difference the English language has and how it's used. Anyhow it made me stop and wonder if others that read posts from us here in North America makes you smile? I like the differences, it's interesting.
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