How to Break Your Arm on Purpose?

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Although it is something you should not do, there are ways to break your arm on purpose. In order to break your arm on purpose, you must apply enough pressure and force to a specific part of the bone that it will cause the bone to shatter, breaking it. To do this, your arm must be struck with some kind of blunt force object, like a baseball bat. A sufficiently powerful blow from a blunt object will break your arm, but be aware that this will be extremely painful.
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