I broke my chest (sternum) in a horrible car accident a few years back and I've broken a few toes through sheer clumsiness. I broke my collar bone when I was a child too which was very sore. They're so slow to mend; I hope my broken bone days are behind me.
I haven't broken a bone - thank goodness. But, I once fractured one of my big toes. I remember the day like it was yesterday. I was indoors playing with a ball and, uncoordinated as I am, missed the ball and kicked the floor instead. I thought that was pretty painful until the doctor that examined me insisted on wiggling my fractured toe at which point I really wanted to kick him!
I was in a car accident at 16 and broke my right arm. I am right handed. It was a bad break and had to be pinned. I was in hospital for a week. It was during my final year of high school so it was inconvenient not being able to write while it healed. I recall a lady of about 70 making the comment, 'It will never be the same again.' At the time I thought it was a negative comment to make but she was quite right.
Yes, bicycle jump, 10yrs old, left wrist, bicycle jump on a bmx track on a 10 speed going wrong way round track 13yrs old right wrist, red rover tackle 14 yrs right ankle, bit tipsy at 35yrs broke little toe and last on the list, two years ago 40yrs old, jumped /fell off a gate and broke bone in right foot.
I have a messed up pinky, the one on my right hand - I had xrays when I first did it but nothing came up - that was years ago and it still hurts when I move it and doesn't sit right which makes me think it has been broken.
I've only fractured 2 left ribs, when my right foot caught in the cuff of my black slacks as I tumbled down the last 3 steps of an out door staircase, 40 years ago. I'm lucky nothing else else happened to me at the time or our youngest daughter, who I was carrying down the steps. Thank heavens I had my arms around her, so she didn't land on the stone pavers.