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Are you, the guy that busted his teeth with a rubix cube, the guy that burned his tongue with a curling iron, and the guy that cut up his dick with a fan part of some "I can hurt myself doing harmless activities" club?

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20- hey mr Internet tough guy... Way to take her comment to the extreme! How about I stop breathing because last time when I broke my arm I happened to also be breathing :O although to your credit, I sort of see where you are coming from - still no reason to be an asshole though - yes op should keep doing the activity he was doing when he broke his leg if it's his passion or sport he enjoys.

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I didn't meen don't ever play frisbee ever again. I ment be more careful and don't do the same thing you did while playing frisbee that got urself injured. I do track and I sprained my knee and was out for the season and I'm tryin out again.

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Well then you should have said that because your comment was "ydi for doing the same thing that got u in a cast in the first place". OP was playing frisbee. Therefore, your comment was basically saying "YDI for playing frisbee because you got hurt playing it before".

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I agree, I broke my leg on a trampoline, damned near poked my eye out with the bone sticking out. I'm certainly not getting on a trampoline ever again. Still, Frisbee OP? You broke your leg, twice, playing frisbee?

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^ totally different. You developed a fear of trampolines because of your experience and that is why you're not going on one again. OP did not develop a fear of frisbee. There is no "lesson" to be learned by these experiences.

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You obviously didn't read my comment. There is no lesson. If you get on a trampoline again, it doesn't mean that you will get injured. If OP decides to play frisbee again, doesn't mean he will get injured. YOU refuse to get on a trampoline out of FEAR.

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Was that "pinky-toe wrestling" or "pinky toe-wrestling"? One implies breaking your smallest toe, and the other implies you broke your smallest finger whilst doing something completely unrelated to the pinky. Which image should I have in my head?

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