The Sins Of The Past
I've once made a post here, talking about how I had broken my left hand but two things I didn't tell you guys was that one, the only reason I had gotten a broken arm in the first place was because I was trying to impress a girl who was one class lower than I was, and two, my dad was right.
You see I had broken my hand after I had gotten on top of this really shaky desk just to try and make a funny impression of one of my friends at the time, and I had done it to make this particular lady who was at the time, getting tutored on some mathematical problems by another of my friends.
So I had gotten on the desk (it was lunch break), and while I was doing a really good and funny impression/performance, I missed my step or something like that, all I know is that I fell and that was when I heard her laugh out loud. I was so embarrassed but couldn't do anything because I was also in a lot of pains at the same time. So I had picked myself up, and walked into another classroom to go wait for the pains to subside.
I had later found out that evening that I didn't just break one of my hand, I had broken both of them. But when mom had taken me to this lady's home where they help straighten bones (she obviously was not a qualified orthopedics but she knew how to do the job so well), I had lied to her that I only felt pains in one hand. And I had done that to prevent having to wear bandages on both arms.
And this is where my dad being right comes in.
You see my old man had ones broken his arm after he fell while he was being chased by this huge dog. And ever since then, it turned out that the pain never really entirely went away. He had told me when I broke my arm, that I might end up having to feel pains on that arm occasionally for the rest of my life, and I had thought he was lying, he wasn't.
It's been more than seven years since that incident and I still feel pains on my arm every now and then.
But guess what?
I don't feel pains on both arms, nope. I only feel the pains on my right arm, the same arm I had lied to the fake orthopedics that it was perfectly okay.