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Bones....What Have You Broken?

Revoltingest

Pragmatic Libertarian
Premium Member
I recently took an inventory.
I've had....
2 broken fibulas (left & right)
1 broken & split tibia
1 broken wrist
1 broken collarbone
1 broken & wrecked finger.
1 finger with an avulsion fracture
? broken ribs <-- Never counted how many

How about you guys?
 

ChristineM

"Be strong", I whispered to my coffee.
Premium Member
Left elbow playing rugby
Nose playing rugby

Nothing else.

But i have broken nails a time or two
 

SalixIncendium

अग्निविलोवनन्दः
Staff member
Premium Member
You don't do a lot of snowboarding, bicycling, motorcycling,
or messing with dangerous machinery, eh.
Snowboarding - no.

I was an avid cyclist for years and used to ride a Honda CB750 Four in my late 20s.

I've used dangerous machinery. I've never messed with it, though.
 

We Never Know

No Slack
Wrist(both)
Hand
Ankle
Fingers(numerous -missing part of a few)
Thumb
Shoulder
Elbow
Ribs(numerous)
Toes(numerous)
Humerus
Radius x2
Ulna
Fractures/cracks -too many to count.
 

ChristineM

"Be strong", I whispered to my coffee.
Premium Member
Zero. If teeth count, I have never needed a tooth filling either.

I should advertise my mint condition on eBay.

Ah ha, teeth. Never had an extraction, only one filling. But...
Smashed myself in the face with a heavy chunk of wood. Stitches, pretty bad bruising (hubby got some nasty looks) and broke 3 teeth
 
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Soandso

Well-Known Member
I broke my radius and ulna, and now my arm is full of plates, screws, and pins, so I guess that makes me a cyborg now. It was a pretty grievous break, but the orthopedic surgeon who worked on me did a great job and got it all done within a 3 inch incision on my elbow. I wish he had a yelp page so I could give him a 5 star review
 

ChristineM

"Be strong", I whispered to my coffee.
Premium Member
I broke my radius and ulna, and now my arm is full of plates, screws, and pins, so I guess that makes me a cyborg now. It was a pretty grievous break, but the orthopedic surgeon who worked on me did a great job and got it all done within a 3 inch incision on my elbow. I wish he had a yelp page so I could give him a 5 star review

He, he....

My elbow was pretty bad, it had to have silver pins to hold it together.

We went to Bulgaria on holiday. Bulgaria was still communist back then. Sofia airport was part military and part civilian, patrolled by bunches of armed guards.

We were ushered through the new xray machine which cried holy hell when i went through. The sound of 6 Kalashnikovs being cocked and pointed at you is definitely rubber panties time.
 

metis

aged ecumenical anthropologist
5 broken collarbones,1 broken leg, 1 broken tailbone, and 1 broken kneecap.
 

Little Dragon

Well-Known Member
Fell out of a tree, broke a collar bone, nearly snapped my neck in two. I am ashamed to say I was intoxicated at the time. I was attempting to prank a friend by laying in wait for him, in a tree, I was going to jump on him, roaring like a werewolf or something. Instead, I pulled myself up on a dead branch (it was dark), it snapped and I fell, almost head down, into the dirt, before he even turned up. He found me looking puzzled on the floor as a broken bone protruded from my shoulder area. I never lived it down. They still bring it up.
 

Soandso

Well-Known Member
He, he....

My elbow was pretty bad, it had to have silver pins to hold it together.

We went to Bulgaria on holiday. Bulgaria was still communist back then. Sofia airport was part military and part civilian, patrolled by bunches of armed guards.

We were ushered through the new xray machine which cried holy hell when i went through. The sound of 6 Kalashnikovs being cocked and pointed at you is definitely rubber panties time.

Oof... That's scary

Thankfully my hardware hasn't set anything off yet. I went in for a MRI a couple years back and and didn't have the hardware rip out of my arm, so thumbs up to that
 
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