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Have you ever broken a bone? If yes how did it happen.
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Oh, wow. Plenty.

Left arm 4 times.
Left elbow once.
Left wrist twice.
Right arm twice.
Right wrist once.
Left ankle once.
Left leg once.
Ribs seven times total.
Today I don't need to reach your deafened ears and
I don't need to try and fill your empty heart, 'cause
All I need now is the agony I see upon your face,
That's good enough for me
In the end

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I've never broken anything but it appears others have made up for it.
[color=#293D4F !important]Hanako Ikezawa how did you mange all of that?[/color]

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I was an accident-prone child. I should also add I've broken fingers before, one of which was due to defending myself from an attack by a student in school, who decided to beat me with a cricket bat.

My leg is probably my...proudest? break. I got hit by a car, which ran over my foot and managed to come to a stop on top of it. As a result I lost my balance, and the fall shattered everything in the lower part of my leg.
Today I don't need to reach your deafened ears and
I don't need to try and fill your empty heart, 'cause
All I need now is the agony I see upon your face,
That's good enough for me
In the end

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I was an accident-prone child. I should also add I've broken fingers before, one of which was due to defending myself from an attack by a student in school, who decided to beat me with a cricket bat.

My leg is probably my...proudest? break. I got hit by a car, which ran over my foot and managed to come to a stop on top of it. As a result I lost my balance, and the fall shattered everything in the lower part of my leg.

Amazing, I can think heaps of insurance jokes? I'm sure it was painful but blimey, a cricket bat?

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Wow so you were busy sort of say, that is indeed much.
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Wow so you were busy sort of say, that is indeed much.

What?

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Amazing, I can think heaps of insurance jokes? I'm sure it was painful but blimey, a cricket bat?

The cricket bat incident wasn't actually as bad as you would think. Despite being struck in the head a few times with it, I think adrenaline kicked in and I managed to catch it mid-swing and wrestle it away from him, then knocked him to the ground and beat him in the face with my fists. That incident (I was 14) is what spurred me to learn martial arts, as a way of ensuring things like that don't happen.

Wow so you were busy sort of say, that is indeed much.

Yes, you could say that. My body sustains quite a few injuries, so I'm used to it now.
Today I don't need to reach your deafened ears and
I don't need to try and fill your empty heart, 'cause
All I need now is the agony I see upon your face,
That's good enough for me
In the end

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The cricket bat incident wasn't actually as bad as you would think. Despite being struck in the head a few times with it, I think adrenaline kicked in and I managed to catch it mid-swing and wrestle it away from him, then knocked him to the ground and beat him in the face with my fists. That incident (I was 14) is what spurred me to learn martial arts, as a way of ensuring things like that don't happen.

Yes, you could say that. My body sustains quite a few injuries, so I'm used to it now.

Your life sounds interesting have you got someone to write your memoirs?

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Hanako Ikezawa

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I'm a bit young for that, I think.
Today I don't need to reach your deafened ears and
I don't need to try and fill your empty heart, 'cause
All I need now is the agony I see upon your face,
That's good enough for me
In the end

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How old are you if that is not too personal? I guess the number of broken bits and pieces would come over a duration of time.If you have an interesting life. Do keep a journal.

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Can we keep this topic about fractured bones?
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Fractured bone is very common amongst the elderly. How old are you?

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Hanako Ikezawa

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How old are you if that is not too personal? I guess the number of broken bits and pieces would come over a duration of time.If you have an interesting life. Do keep a journal.

I am 23.
Today I don't need to reach your deafened ears and
I don't need to try and fill your empty heart, 'cause
All I need now is the agony I see upon your face,
That's good enough for me
In the end

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Hit with cricket bat?

Happened to me, when I was standing too close. Got hit full swing, just below the eye. Luckily, no fractured bones or anything. I've been hit in the same place about 3 times. Once in primary school with I ran into someone else and then just after the cricket bat incident when I walked into a door.

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I am 23.

That is an amazing array of injuries. Take care.

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I'm probably one of the few people here that can say that I've never broken a bone nor fractured one in my entire 22 years of living. I'm very careful yet I am accident prone. I must be lucky or something. :V




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