I've never broken a bone in my body, well I say that, I may have broken a bone before, but I never visit the hospital so I wouldn't know about it anyway. No point going the hospital unless it hurts bad, if it doesn't hurt so bad then it's either not broken or it can heal on it's own.
It is mostly digits for me. I've done dumb shit like slipped carrying a rock and while stopping myself from falling put a hand down which said rock then landed on. Hurt like a bastard. And of course I got my nose slightly broken in a round of fisticuffs at school. But yeah, for the most part I ruined the smaller digits.
The only bone I ever broke was a metacarpal - the bone in my hand that leads to my middle finger - which I managed to do playing cards*, a feat of which I'm quite proud
*We were playing 'raps' - a game with forfeits which involve the loser being hit on the hand by the winner with a wad of cards of varying thickness depending on the severity of the loss. I lost BAD, we were a bit drunk and the winner boosted their hit (which already involved a full two packs of cards) with a leap off a table.
If you count dislocations, then I have ruined every socket in my body. xD
Being stupid in your youth is a stupid game.
Haha, raps sucked, we used the edge of the card when playing raps, so the less you lost the thicker the wad and as such, less sliced open hand. Still hurts like a bitch, but you don't bleed all over the place.
Slightly back on topic for a sim forum the only bone I've broken which I've known about* was when I got my ankle fairly comprehensively ****ed up when I got run over by a van. At first I thought I'd just twisted it so I hobbled home in excruciating pain and 3 days later when it was humungously swollen and all purple and orange I went to the hospital.
* In retrospect I think I broke my big toe falling off a ladder once but I didn't get it looked at. It looks very bent compared to my other big toe now though.
We had weird snow this morning, it was like frozen fog - not freezing fog, which is normal fog that freezes when it touches something - but thousands of tiny needles of ice, falling so slowly they were almost hanging in the air.