Would it be a horse? Just a thought to what seems like a riddle.
I'm sure this is the centuries old riddle to which "silence" is the answer.
'cause only then we tend to realize the importance of it. Otherwise, it would be lying in one corner of our home and we knew it existed and will come to use anytime WE need it
Bread. You get to eat it!!! And fortunate, if you get to break it with friends.
A record! The running back at my high school set the area rushing record last year, breaking the previous one. Definitely more useful once broken.
An egg is what some might say.........but what about the value of a boiled egg? It is unbroken..........
A broken promise is about disappointment.
I say that a broken heart has great promise............for it understands both of the sides of the matter......................there ARE two.
Bread..............what a wise answer~ we all wish to break bread~
An egg, the only way you are going to be able to eat it is to break it.
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care for a riddle? "I am much taller when sitting than standing..who am I?"..for fun.. a riddle to ponder to warm up your mind!
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Can the Miami Heat break the LA Lakers record of 33 straight wins in a row?
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