Discussion in 'Archive: Your Jedi Council Community' started by s65horsey, Feb 21, 2012.
I broke my coworker's toe once. It was an accident, I swear
Other then the possible little toe, which I never had checked to confirm, nothing.
Broke my thumb playing in goal in a football match last year. Didn't realise so carried on playing. Hurt like hell though.
I have a small stress fracture in my right fibula right now. Thankfully, it doesn't impede my mobility, and I can actually go for runs. And what's more, the doctor says I don't even need to wear a cast or a brace or anything. In fact, the only time I feel any pain is when I am walking on uneven ground.
Horses can't be trusted.
I havn't broke anything but, dislocations are in the 100's.
I've never broken a finger, but I've broken a toe, an ankle, and a leg.
This one time, I broke my finger.
I've never broken a bone. I know lots of people how have, but thankfully I've steered clear. I hope that continues.
I broke (cracked) one of my pinky toes when I was a little'un. I can some neat bends with it now.
Anecdote: in my 22 years of being around horses this is the first broken bone I've experienced. So I think I'm actually doing well. I've had injuries from horses before most notably the shift of my spine caused from landing on a pole on the ground, but my only other broken bone was caused from falling off a swing when I was a kid. Didn't know it was broken. I got sick the next day and mom took me to the doctor for that and the doc realized my collarbone was broken.
I'm concerned I may have miscalculated and my middle finger is more hurt than I though. Yesterday it didn't hurt but today it is swollen and bruised.
In highschool I was performing dumbell flys and instead of siting up to put the weights down I set them down on the floor while lying down. There was another dumbell on he floor in the right spot to catch my finger and BAM! Very sharp pain.
On further consideration, how does this story even make sense? You are incapable of riding a bike with only one hand on the handlebar? I think this sad scape-goating has gone on long enough.
I don't think your sister had anything to do with you inability to ride at all. I think the truth is that you didn't because you were too scared. I daresay, Mr. Marlow, that in trying to tell of the evils of your innocent sibling, we have in fact discovered that the darkness is inside of you.