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“Obviously, I'm not exactly at peak physical condition myself, so who am I to talk?”
“If anything, I have to actively work to put on weight.”
“He thought he'd just sprained it, but it turned out it was fractured.”
“Ah, I pulled my hamstring.”
“I need to work on my posture.”
“You seem to have a hairline fracture in one of the minor bones in your foot.”
“I've developed a rash of some kind on my upper back, between my shoulder blades.”
“I need to work off these love handles.”
“My ears are still ringing.”
“Ooh, my leg's asleep.”
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