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Post Reply How many bones have you broken, and how.
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I broke my arm when I was like 5. I don't remember much:
1)Was thirsty. Goes and ask Mother for water.
2)Mother ignores. It’s up to me to drink water.
3)Water gallon so high up. Challenge accepted.
...a few seconds later
4)I’m in the ground in serious pain crying like there’s no tomorrow.
5)The end.
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I dislocated my pinky playing basketball and had to get stitches in my head when me & my sibs were throwing ice at each other & I ran into the corner of a table.
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tehstud wrote:



Let me repeat, "... a healthy lifestyle and diet helps reduce the risk of bone breakage." Clearly that means your bones are rendered into a fictitious metal, or, at the very least, unbreakable. Learn some tact before you put words in my mouth.


Wow, why so defensive?

You took this to a completely unnecessary level.

Everything I said was factual or meant for irony. If you want to assume I'm attacking you, for telling you like it is, then you need to seriously reconsider your state of mental health.

I never put any words in your mouth, please stop making things up and take your own advice on learning tact.
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None. Bwahahahha.
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I've never broken or sprained a single thing in my body.
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broken noneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Haven't
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none. by being lucky
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Haven't broken any yet. My neurons are tingling.
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Even falling from a bridge, never broke anything. Plenty of stitches and tetanus shots, though.
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Zero, I am happy to report.
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You misrepresent my position to make it seem I implied something absurd, such as, bones becoming 'unbreakable' or 'tougher than metal'. A misrepresentation of my words and than making assumptions about what I say or believe based off nothing but your own spleen is the same as putting words in my mouth. It's possible you're oblivious to this, but I doubt that given your satirical tone.

Also, if we're resorting to argumentum ad hominem, you should try not to fault others for your own incompetence.
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BearSol wrote:


tehstud wrote:


BearSol wrote:


Oldthrashbar wrote:

None, my bones are nearly indestructible. Also, I'm not an idiot, I take care of them.


Unforeseen accidents are for morons. If you get hit by a drunk driver, it's not because he was intoxicated, it's because you were a moron.

IQ much?

Stop getting attacked, crashing or being crashed into, or all those other things that happen to those with low IQs to cause broken bones.




I'm sure he meant that he leads a healthy lifestyle and diet, which helps reduce the risk of bone breakage. I have never broken a bone and I have been in 4 accidents in my life, 2 of which were serious where either the car flipped or it was totaled. I highly doubt that was just sheer luck.


Yes, eating healthy turns your bones into adamantium.

I had never broken a bone until I was 29, and I did way too many stupid and dangerous things. Many fights, stupid bike tricks, retarded stunts, ect. Sometimes it is sheer luck, but bones are more resilient than most people believe. I finally ended up with a boxer's fracture when some guy tipped his noggin and I caught his forehead.

Some people are born with weak bones, some are born with strong ones, but they're all capable of breaking under the right(or wrong) circumstances.
Sure, you can make them stronger by altering your diet, but they're still breakable. It's not like you're increasing their density by 5000%. After all, even cows break bones and I'm pretty sure their bones are a lot tougher than yours.


No. I don't think you understand. My bones are indestructible. Stop trying to make something out of nothing. It just a simple fact.
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I broke a finger once, when the bitch couldn't come up with the cash she owed me.
Posted 3/23/13
If I remember correctly, I've fractured my left arm when I was very young... I jumped off a high table with a towel tied around my neck as a cape --- found out I couldn't fly. Lol...
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