I fractured my wrist bone punching some guy...

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  1. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    So I had a real lousy day at work yesterday (you know, one of those days when NOTHING goes right or according to plan) and I was just plain pissed off. Instead of going home, I hooked up with my friend for some drinks and a walk along the seaside just to get some cool breeze to let off some steam. I was talking to my buddy when a couple of rowdy college boys passed by us mockingly imitating what I had just said. I have a slightly high pitched voice so it's not the first time I encountered such nuisance. Well normally I shrug it off or give a dead-serious stare to let them know I'm not pleased but yesterday was anything but normal. I called him out on it and politely demanded an apology. Unsurprisingly, the mutt was a real hardass and started going all "if I don't you'll do what?" so without giving him a chance to act I grab his collar and stick a couple of heavy (and I mean going just berserk) blows straight to the jawline. I think after the fourth or fifth punch I realized that my right fist had become all loose and flimsy, so I stopped. Thankfully by then people had jumped in and broken the fight because I don't think I could have taken it any further myself as my right hand just felt...useless. Both the guy and his friends seemed to be still stunned by my sudden outrage and my buddy explained how those morons brought it upon themselves.

    Anyways, I come home and then the pain starts (perhaps all the adrenaline during the fight had made me oblivious to until now). It ached like hell whenever I even remotely tried to close my fist and my ring finger knuckle seemed completely suppressed in my hand. I sort of had an idea that punching a guy usually hurts like hell, so I figured it must be some minor muscle sprain, nothing a few days of good care won't fix. Nevertheless, today I went to the local clinic's orthopedic specialist to help speed up the healing process. He advised me to take an X-ray which later showed that my ring finger wrist bone was pretty much fractured to near breaking point.

    I'm typing this all out with one hand now, what with almost entire of my right hand covered in an annoyingly restrictive plaster that I have to keep on for at least 20 days.

    There really should be more vocal information out there about the possibility of fractured bones in a bare-fisted punchout! :cmad:

    Or maybe I just needed more Calcium. F**k. :csad:
     
  2. The Evolutionist Registered

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    That's why you need to learn how to throw a punch before you do it.
     
  3. VICTORVONDOOMX Never tell me the odds!

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    Wow.

    It's bad enough he admitted to being such a wuss he couldn't throw a punch... but to THEN admit that he got his wus-hand put in a cast...?
     
  4. Hunter Rider Ronin

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    That's what you get for watching those Bourne movies. :cmad: :woot:
     
  5. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    I suppose. But you can't really blame me for not having that high up on my priority list. It was just a circumstantial, impulsive response, not like I had planned on it.
     
  6. Asteroid-Man Registered

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    [YT]Dmbz8LpQry0[/YT]
     
  7. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    I guess I should feel sorry for not attending your school of half-wits who get their standard copy of "how to punch like Muhammad Ali" upon graduation. :dry:
     
  8. Docker2.0 Watchin' you!

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    Ah man! You hit the dude first, he had witnesses, and you were drinking?! Prepare to be sued!
     
  9. ShadowBoxing Registered

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    1) You fractured it because you didn't know how to throw a punch properly

    2) You're more likely to injure your hand punching someone than you are likely to actually injure the person you're punching: That's a fact of fighting for you.

    3) Get a good lawyer.
     
  10. VICTORVONDOOMX Never tell me the odds!

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    Don't get upset with me and start name-calling just because you are weak. No... wait... never mind. Talking tough online is right in keeping with what you've shown thus far... keep it up!
     
  11. Drizzle You'll get your rent when Ditkovich is in the MCU!

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    Do I detect a whiff of lawsuit in the air?
     
  12. tzarinna Mamochka

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    That punk deserved......maybe a little less but eh, what ya gonna do?
     
  13. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    I don't think a lawsuit is a matter of concern for me. It's not like U.S here where you sue for something as trivial as a bad joke.
     
  14. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    Yeah, I must've hit my head on a rock talking tough like "wuss" and "you are weak". No wait...
     
  15. VICTORVONDOOMX Never tell me the odds!

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    That is sooooo cute o' "killer's eye"!
     
  16. Golgo-13 The Return of the O.G

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    That's why it's better to throw elbows as opposed to your fist.....
     
  17. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    Unfortunately it does not equal a "killer fist" so...:csad:
     
  18. VICTORVONDOOMX Never tell me the odds!

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    Golgo's right. Elbow to eyesocket. Knee to groin. Repeat.
     
  19. Docker2.0 Watchin' you!

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    That's my joke! I said it first! :cmad:


    Where are you from?! :huh:
     
  20. TBadora Registered

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    LMAO!!! A-Man, that's the funniest s**t I've seen all day.
     
  21. ShadowBoxing Registered

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    Their are better sources of calcium than milk. Also, quite frankly, it slows you down and lactose is tough to metoblize.
     
  22. StrainedEyes All the way up it!

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    I'd like to hear this high pitched voice of yours. Please record it and post it chop chop.
     
  23. Arkady Rossovich Registered

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    I guess it ment you punched the person wrong.
     
  24. The Joker_1000 Registered

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    The guy probably isn't even a fighter & may be prone to injury which is why his wrist bone is fractured. I suggest you try to work on the wrist & practice boxing just to make sure that you don't get this type of injury again.
     
  25. Fenrir Devourer Of Gods

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    Mail me a microphone and I'll gladly upload a crapload of expletives for your hearing pleasure. :up:
     

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