I got sick when I broke my nipple in a bad repairing the car accident. (I have a gift with bad English)
One of the fan bolts on an old car in school got loose and went thrugh the hood of the car.
I was eating a bar of butter (saltless) which I dropped ducking for cover. A cat ran trying to get my butter, I chased the cat and fell in the bushes but I got my butter.
I dont know how but when I looked at my nipple it was broken.
I did not rub any butter on it.
MW if you had rubbed butter on your wound you still could not have saved the bone from braking so dont feel bad.
The only bone I have broken was my little brothers ear drum, he was 2 and I gave him a lolipop which he immediatly inserted in his right ear till he hear a snap (Im guessing on the snap part). I broke his ear via proxy.
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Dear Fellow Lotus Talkers ,
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