You are invited to attend an event, but you would much rather skip it. The problem is that you can't think of a good enough reason not to attend. Then it hits you, "If I was able to break my foot that would be a really good reason to absent from this event." Then you come across another question, "How to break your foot?" Here we not only provide you methods of breaking feet, but also share with you others' stories of breaking their feet.
Great Answers to How to Break Your Foot
There are so many ideas about breaking your foot on the internet, but some of them just end up with a bruised or sprained foot or ankle which wouldn't be enough of a reason to not attend this gathering. You could always limp over wearing a cast. Here are some real good answers to how to break your foot:
- Stand on a high place about your height with high heels, close your eyes and jump off. The pain will be enormous, but there is still work to do because now you probably only twisted your ankles. Now put up with the pain and give your foot a sprain, which will definitely break your foot.
- Run as fast as you could and suddenly twist your foot to one side. This strong force will definitely break something in your foot, and, of course, the foot probably hurts like hell.
- Breaking your foot during an energetic sport is another great option because you not only can break your foot but also get plenty of witnesses to back up your story, although some guy in the play field may laugh at your mistake or clumsiness or leave a really deep impression on the boy or girl you may have a crush on.
- Here is another option. Put one foot of yours to the side and use the other foot to step on really hard. Be careful not to trip yourself, or your foot won't be the only place that you wound. You may have to try this for several times in order to break your foot that is severe enough.
- This option needs you to be on your barefoot. Hold something heavy, like a big bag of corn, or a large metal like iron, and then just drop it on right on your foot. Bear in mind that the thing you drop must be heavy enough, if you can't hold with your hands, just put it somewhere high and pull it down on your barefoot when you are ready.
Funny Stories of Breaking Feet
"I broke the 5th metatarsal of my foot the other day. At that time I had been sitting in front of my computer for a really long time and I didn't realize that my feet had fallen asleep, so when I got up, I fell, twisted and broke my ankle." – SV
"One day I was dancing but my ankle suddenly gave way. I rolled over on my foot. It took me months to go back to normal life. I ran all kinds of MIR, X-ray, etc. That cast I had really made me uncomfortable." – LS
When to Worry About Your Broken Foot
Now you have known how to break your foot, you should now learn when you have to worry about your broken foot. If you hurt your foot so bad, you should not try to drive yourself to the emergency room by yourself. Your best bet is to call 911. You should get yourself directly to a healthcare professional if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- A bone is sticking out;
- Your foot is numb, cold or blue;
- You are in severe pain;
- The foot is facing the wrong direction or is misshaped.