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    A few days ago I added a broken dominant hand and sub-broken damage to the other hand (punching a CRT computer monitor in anger because that was what was in front of me when a non-computer issue provoked anger) to a broken foot from about fifteen years ago (kicking a filing cabinet drawer shut in anger unrelated to being attacked by the filing cabinet) to cracked ribs from about ten years ago (grandstanding on a kids' waterslide to impress my missus that I still had it - whatever 'it' is - which apparently I didn't).

    I wear these stupid injuries with a certain perverted pride as they require much more commitment and disregard for one's own safety than the usual type of "If I keep pushing on this spanner I might bang my knuckles on the engine block" which invariably leads to the surprised exclamation "****! I've just banged my ****ing knuckles on the ****ing engine block! What ****ing idiot designed this ****ing car with the ****ing engine right where I'd hit my ****ing knuckles unex-****ing-pectedly!"

    Be honest and admit to your proud, stupid, and best injuries for the amusement of all.
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    So since your hand is broken, does that mean we can write whatever we want because it will be too difficult for you to type? or if you do type to stupid responses then youll be in pain? Wow, I feel like a boy in a candy store all of a sudden!
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    Here's mine...

    A while ago, I found that banging rocks together created sparks. I showed my friend, and he thought it was cool too. The only problem was that he got a little too exited, and smashed his finger, which caused him to drop one of the rocks. Said rock hit at the right(or wrong angle, depending on your point of view ) and shattered in two, one piece flew and cut open my leg, which required a couple stitches. Unfortunately for me, I saw that friend only once after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    A few days ago I added a broken dominant hand and sub-broken damage to the other hand (punching a CRT computer monitor in anger because that was what was in front of me when a non-computer issue provoked anger) ...
    Sounds like an interesting user-manual you have there, RS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Churchill View Post
    Here's mine...

    A while ago, I found that banging rocks together created sparks. I showed my friend, and he thought it was cool too. The only problem was that he got a little too exited, and smashed his finger, which caused him to drop one of the rocks. Said rock hit at the right(or wrong angle, depending on your point of view ) and shattered in two, one piece flew and cut open my leg, which required a couple stitches. Unfortunately for me, I saw that friend only once after that.
    It's so much easier with a Ronson.


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    Where do I start?
    Generally I must admit I'm kind of prone to bone fractures myself (on the quick I recall about 8 or something). Strange to say that I contracted the major part of these fractures on my upper extremities while playing football (or soccer as the Americans would call it), a sport where you use your feet mostly.
    Another remarkable bone fracture of mine (nasal bone) resulted from having a most lively controversy with about five Dutch blokes who thought it wouldn't be a good idea if a German would have a Dutch girlfriend.
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Quote Originally Posted by herman2 View Post
    So since your hand is broken, does that mean we can write whatever we want because it will be too difficult for you to type? or if you do type to stupid responses then youll be in pain? Wow, I feel like a boy in a candy store all of a sudden!
    Alas, handwriting is difficult (the best I can manage is clumsy capitals and then very slowly) but typing is relatively easy and it involves both hands and mostly doesn't use the damaged part of the broken hand.

    So I'm keeping my eye on the candy store, Herman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    Sounds like an interesting user-manual you have there, RS.
    The problem isn't with the monitor user manual but the one that didn't come with my brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    ...controversy with about five Dutch blokes who thought it wouldn't be a good idea if a German would have a Dutch girlfriend.
    Yes, I hate it when Dutch insist in you having a boyfriend instead of a girlfriend.

    When I was 15 or something I was playing with an axe near my sommer house. At one point I desided to break a tree branch by the axes nonsharp side - butt. When I did it I swung my handstoo low so that the sharp edge cut the skin on my crown... I did not feel a thing, but realised something was wrong after a warm sticky liquid started dripping on my eyes. 3 stitches had to be administered in the local hospital where I had to wait in line after a poor guy who was run over by a tractor. It was an experience.
    Well to make the story short, that day I became particularly interested in WW2 history and desided that 20 years later I will join a forum like ours.

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    Here's something worth knowing.

    After putting up with some serious discomfort for the past couple of weeks I've discovered that wrapping a foot or two of duct tape around the offending extremity works wonders.

    Stops a lot of the pain when the hand is and isn't being used.

    Which just reinforces my long held belief, born of long experience, that there's not much that can't be fixed, at least temporarily, with duct tape and or fencing or thinner wire.
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    Most folks say Moses brought commandments down from God, but I think it was a box of duct tape....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Most folks say Moses brought commandments down from God, but I think it was a box of duct tape....
    I think you are correct.

    There is much evidence for your opinion.



    It holds the universe together.







    It is safe for every purpose, under all conditions.







    Its worth is recognised at the highest levels.






    It has endless uses around the home, including avoiding the nuisance of sewing and trussing up roasts with string and skewers and toothpicks before popping them into the oven.


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    It also has a timeless beauty in its ethereal silvery form which somehow makes even the most unattractive object shine once duct tape is is stuck to it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Yuuuhooo! The only thing I am thinking of right now is ....
    how it will feel when she takes that tape off her melons!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    Yuuuhooo! The only thing I am thinking of right now is ....
    how it will feel when she takes that tape off her melons!
    Errr, for you or for her?
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    Errr, for you or for her?

    THAT was a good one!!!

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