So I guess it goes like this.
Every time I might have injured myself, there's a minute or so of pain so intense I'm literally blacking out. However, by the time it fades, I'm not actually injured at all. There's no evidence of injury. There's no swelling, and all pain is gone within about fifteen minutes.
The logical thing to think is that because this actually doesn't result in injury, I'm just such an obscenely wimpy person that if I actually were injured, say, even a sprained ankle, I would be in what I would describe as terribly obscene amounts of pain and probably be in so much pain as to be unresponsive. This is logical, because obviously not being injured hurts less than actually being injured.
Unless I secretly have some kind of neurological disorder that nobody's told me about, I mean seriously.