Nose (dropped a tray on it as a kid)
Ankle (fell over the dog)
Hand (catching a cricket ball)
Toe (several times. last one was walking into an iron bed frame)
Right Arm when about two
Left Femur when aged four (I too fell over a dog)
Collar bone aged eight (fell out of a bunk bed)
Nose several times over the years playing rugby
Ribs twice (motorcycle crash)
Right Fib & Tib which means my ankle is now pinned and arthitic (knocked off motorbike)
Doble break of my left femur which now has a metal rod in it (knocked off motorbike)
I have never broken any of my bones but I once broke someone elses nose.
Think I did that too SC, playing hockey and smacked her on the nose!
Just one break, my ankle (trod on a football) Did have it plated but had them out and I got to keep the plates and screws
I have only broken one bone, it was my brothers left arm -
none. i drink lots of cow's piss.
Just minor breaks -
Hand and a rib - I used to do Ju Jitsu.
Broken most of my fingers at some time or other, at school it was usually from not being able to catch a basketball well, and as an adult I'm always hurting myself on building sites
1 - just my leg although if you count chipping - 3
2 er 1 nose twice
Im damaged soft tissue kinda guy
Finger(s)Ankle.Foot. And the usual stubbed toe result several times.Tibia.Shoulder.Spine.All separate incidents
Fingers several times (always broken for me by other people)
Toes a couple of times.
Nose once (a falling vacuum cleaner hose pipe)
Possibly also a stress fracture in my left shin.
despite plenty of falls skiing, running, etc., none so far!
left bone on left ankle never been in so much angony
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