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"Judging a book by it's cover" (Metaphorically)


The famous saying "Don't judge a book by it's cover" is taken into account a lot these days, but I'm sure everyone finds it hard to stick to. Apparently we all start making thoughts about a person within the first ten seconds of seeing them. Do you think this is completly wrong or just human nature? I think judging comes in handy sometimes, I wouldn't walk down a dark alley with a group of 'thug' looking youngsters down it. Even though they could actually be really nice people... What do you think? Is it okay to "judge a book by it's cover" or only in certain circumstances?

 

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