@riskybryzness Broke my thumb playing dodgeball. Granted, it was because the best athlete in the school winged a ball sidearm at me that was rising. I tried to catch it and due to it’s movement it caught the top of my thumb and bent it back. I knew it was broken. Asshole gym teacher told me it was fine and to just sit out the rest of class. Wasn’t he surprised when I came in the next day with a cast halfway up my arm. Totally worth it since it got me out of having to run the end of year mile in the sweltering heat.
Inline skates. I used to be a manager for a sporting goods store that sold them. Employees were actually allowed to wear them in store but managers weren’t supposed to. I still did. Maybe not the greatest idea since my store had the regional manager’s office in the basement. He walked in when I was wearing them, gave me some grief, and I explained that I had already sold three pair that day because customers saw me wearing them. New rule - it was okay for managers to wear them too.
That’s really strange, I can’t say I ever found them that different from each other, with the exception of the difference in braking. I think that if you need better maneuverability like tighter corners, in lines are probably a bit better, but maybe I’m just not good enough with either of them to be able to tell.