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How often do you break your little toe?


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2013-01-02 20:15:47
2013-01-02 20:15:47

In a year, you do not actually have to break your toe, you break your toe only if you're careless. I have never broken my toe, and I am 29. There are rumours that you break your foot at least 14 times a year. I'm a doctor and I know that, that is nonsense.

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