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  1. saturnjunkie is offline
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    Posted On:
    6/24/2007 10:47pm


     Style: FMA & judo-ultra noob

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    broken big toe?

    Well, I think I broke my left big toe in judo. Go figure. Glass bones ftw.

    Anyways, basically I don't know how I did it, it turns purple, and won't move right. So yeah, I'll see a doctor. But basically since it doesn't hurt I just was wondering what, if anything, I should do so I can continue judo without it rebreaking every ten minutes. I was thinking just of taping it to the toe to the left of it but I figured someone else had to have done this already and I'm curious to see what the general concensus is.

    Sorry if the post is incoherent. I decided to forgoe my usual rules and post while moderately drunk. Thanks.
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    Posted On:
    6/25/2007 2:06am

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I don't think even the doctr can do much for a broken toe. They just say stay off it a few weeks and that's it, maybe some painkillers if it hurts? Keep it taped to I guess, where wrestling shoes from now on.
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    Posted On:
    6/25/2007 7:16am


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    Bob Marley ignored a broken toe and look what happened to him. You're not a Rastafarian, are you?

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